This issue is wholly dedicated to Bernardo Bertolucci. The magazine’s work “revolving around” Bertolucci yielded a rich mosaic that allows the reader to “observe”, passing from one piece to the next, and pause at one particular article or another and then go back altogether, in a way like watching a movie through a moviola or on a DVD player. However, the final result, as we believe it to be, is a unified and well-rounded portrait of one of the greatest talents in the history of world cinema and of his fantastic art of storytelling through images. A one-of-a-kind that, according to Treccani Encyclopaedia, is “a phenomenon that occurs only once, absolutely exceptional and unrepeatable”. That is precisely Bernardo Bertolucci. (From the editorial by Felice Laudadio). This issue contains contributions by: Edoardo Albinati, Niccolò Ammaniti, Francesco Barilli, Ilaria Bernardini, Andrea Carraro, Paolo Di Paolo, Jhumpa Lahiri, Dacia Maraini, Gabriella Palli Baroni, Romana Petri, Aurelio Picca, Ludovica Rampoldi, Lidia Ravera, Alberto Rollo, Antonio Scurati.