After the farewell of the 'enemy' Pallotta, Totti could return to Rome. But in what capacity? All doubts to be clarified …
Totti had left Rome because he was not in line with the role that had been assigned to him by Pallotta.
Totti actually held a representative but not operational position. The former Giallorossi number ten wanted a job with greater decision-making powers.
Leaving Rome, he rolled up his sleeves and started his career as a prosecutor (even if he prefers to call himself a talent scout…).
So he could return to the Giallorossi to fill a role as chief of observers or even sporting director.
It would be two assignments in line with what he is doing now.
But for now there are no certainties even if according to some it could be officially presented on the day of Roma-Juventus, when the whole Friedkin family should be at the stadium.
The docufilm on the farewell to football of the former Giallorossi captain.
It is the night before his farewell to football and Francesco Totti retraces his whole life, as if he saw it projected on a screen together with the spectators.
Images and emotions flow between key moments of his career, personal life scenes and unpublished memories.
An intimate, first-person story of the sportsman and man.
Directed by Alex Infascelli, subject and screenplay by Alex Infascelli and Vincenzo Scuccimarra, the film is based on the book Un Capitano written by Francesco Totti with Paolo Condò (published by Rizzoli).
The docufilm will premiere at the Rome Film Fest and will be in cinemas as a special event on October 19, 20 and 21, distributed by Vision Distribution.
Produced by Lorenzo Mieli, Mario Gianani and Virginia Valsecchi, a The Apartment and Wildside production, both of the Fremantle group, with Capri Entertainment, Fremantle, with Vision Distribution and Rai Cinema, in collaboration with Sky and Amazon Prime Video.
It will be distributed by Vision Distribution in Italian cinemas, which will also handle international sales. (source ANSA ).
Source: Blitz Quotidiano