Soledad Rosas, aged 23, from Argentina, arrives in Italy in 1997. She moves into a community squat in Turin
where she meets a militant anarchist called Edoardo Massari with whom she has a brief but intense love
story. On March 5, 1998, the pair are arrested and charged with acts of terrorism against the construction of
a high-speed rail network. On March 23, Edoardo Massari is found dead in his prison cell. After much
resistance, however, on July 11, Soledad is found dead in the bathroom of the house where she has been
living under house arrest. In 2002, the Court of Cassation in Rome dropped the charge of subversion and
terrorism due to lack of evidence.

About the Filmmaker

Agustina Macri is a Film director, Write, Producer and sociologist in training, Agustina Macri currently develops and produces fiction and documentary projects across different genres, disciples and regions. She was part of Oliver Stone’s documentary team and she’s currently editing her first feature film as a director, the romantic drama “SOLEDAD” based on the true story of an argentine girl called Soledad Rosas, that arrived in Italy in 1998 and shortly, was accused of being part of a terrorist group. As a filmmaker she has directed different audiovisual projects for iconic Argentine rock groups and directed the behind-the-scene documentary for the Cirque du Soleil show about SODA STEREO, SE7TIMO DIA.