An election advert shared by Matteo Salvini provoked a letter of formal notice signed by Luciano Ligabue, Stefano Accorsi and Domenico Procacci: this is what happened.
Matteo Salvini in the storm for an election spot of the League that uses a famous monologue by Radiofreccia. In fact, with the spot came the beware signed by Luciano LigabueStefano Accorsi and Domenico Procacci, founder of Fandango.
The voice that we find in the video of the spot comes from Freccia played by Stefano Accorsiintent on pronouncing some of the most famous phrases of the entire film, inserted here in a context that takes sides against the PD, and then invites them to react with the vote on 25 September.
The use of a film like Radiofreccia, which has always been detached from this kind of political dynamics, has not a little annoyed the signatories of the letter, arguing that: “The League used the ‘secular creed’ of Radiofreccia for its own electoral campaign, without ask for any authorization (which would not have been granted), and with grave disregard of the law on copyright. The warning contains an invitation to the immediate removal from the video of any element taken from the film and reserves the widest legal protection, in the civil and criminal “.