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[自然百科] 2016-03-12 BBC:意大利风情:未来的畅想Looking to the Future—19

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[自然百科] 2016-03-12 BBC:意大利风情:未来的畅想Looking to the Future—19

 


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第二集:未来的畅想Looking to the Future

 

艺术史学家Andrew Graham-Dixon和大厨Giorgio Locatelli穿行于意大利,探索这个国家的历史,文化,食物,艺术和风景。从著名的大城市都林(Turin)和米兰(Milan)到不太为人知的城市曼图亚(Mantua)和费拉拉(Ferrara),他们将敬仰古代的艺术杰作和当代意大利艺术,并享受沿途各地的地方美食。 


Andrew Graham-Dixon和Giorgio Locatelli旅程的第二部分来到了Giorgio的家乡伦巴蒂(Lombardy)地区;在这里,由于接近北欧,着眼于未来的工业创新随处可见。 


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[Homework]2016-03-12 BBC:意大利风情:未来的畅想Looking to the Future—19

G: There's one thing that I want to show you. Wherever you come to this place, there is superstitious thing, and if you see any Milanese walking through, he will come along, and what he will do, he will stand on the balls of t* is called, ***. And he turned around as said.A: Always in Italy that's been superstitious. Okay, is that 'cause you need balls if you gonna pay the prices for somebody's clothes?
One of the things I love about the city is how open it is to new ideas and innovations. ** cherish its history, Milan isn't stuck in the past. For aggressive, forward thinking it post one of the most revolutionary art movements in city's early 20th century, futurism. It was dreamed up in 1909 by an eccentric poet ** called Mar*. Thomas**, in my opinion, wasn't a very nice man, a lot of things around with muse of Fascists, the glorified war, but he did have a vision, and I think is very interesting character, because what he did was he set out to drag Italy into the 20th century, into the modern world. Future's manifesto, it's a guide to enjoying modern life. Everything, an Italian, perhaps at the beginning of the 20th century, might find disconcerting, the rapid movement of a track, the crowded street, the sudden sense that everything's moving. It's confusing.

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