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April 3, 2001
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A new Italian movie dealing with anti-Semitism under fascism is receiving good reviews in the local media. The film, entitled “Concorrenza Sleale,” Italian for “Unfair Competition,” is set in Rome in 1938, the year that Benito Mussolini’s fascist regime imposed strict anti-Semitic legislation.

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