User description AN, along with their leader Gianfranco Fini, “progressively distanced itself from the RSI heritage, but never completely” (Ibid. p. 88.). The next important step for the AN was to discover a topic with which it might get maximum consideration and on the identical time achieve political benefit.The movie means that the goal of the massacres and persecutions was ethnic cleansing. Furthermore, the holes in the karst were in contrast with the blind spots in the Italian collective reminiscence that arose because the suffering of the Italians was hid for such a very long time (cf. ibid. p. 42/43.).The broadly shared consenus regarding the film production was that the Italian audience ought to discover out about the historic incidents on the Italian Eastern border. The documentary worth of the manufacturing, nevertheless, is extraordinarily doubtable (cf. ibid. p. 43/44.). Despite this, ten million Italians watched the two-piece “Il cuore nel pozzo”, directed by Alberto Negrin, on the 6th and 7th of February, 2005. In Slovenia, quite the opposite, the film provoked protest, which is unsurprising in regard to the plot of the film (cf. ibid. p. 47/48.).The concern of the foibe has been hid a long time, and solely reappeared at the beginning of the Nineteen Nineties and with the dissolution of Yugoslavia. In the Cold War, neither the state supporting Christian Democratic Party DC , nor the oppositional Communist Party PCI in Italy had been interested in broaching the issue of the foibe. Bringing the foibe-massacre to trial would have certainly provoked the counter claim to adjudicate upon the occupation crimes and war crimes of the Italians in Yugoslavia in the course of the Second World War as well. The PCI would have also been in a troublesome position, as the party would have needed to make clear their relation to the Tito partisans who have been, amongst others, responsible for the crimes (cf. Mattioli 2010, p. 109.).The broadcast of “Il cuore nel pozzo” in the state tv transmitter RAI – owned by the way by Silvio Berlusconi – was lastly deliberate for the ninth February, 2005. Already weeks and months before the primary broadcast of the film in regards to the “denied tragedy”, the media reported on the story line of the film and the “historical backgrounds” (cf. Verginella 2007, p. forty two/43). The weekly newspaper “Panorama” recapitutaled the historic context of “Il cuore nel pozzo” and knowledgeable their readers, that the problem of the foibe is a forgotten tragedy with to victims, all killed by the cruel oppression of the Tito regime.So, for a very long time the issue of the foibe was lined up in silence. In the 1990s, with the collapse of Yugoslavia, the Italian policy changed completely, as did the final conditions in regards to the remembrance (cf. ibid. p. 109.). The causes for the change are linked to the history of the Italian Radical Right Party MSI , which had outlined itself by its loyalty to the Fascist Regime and particularly to Mussolini´s party RSI . This radical proper-wing get together was comparatively strong in Italy; the party always had about 5 to 10 % of the Italian votes, which was “one of many highest ranges in Western Europe” (Franzinetti 2006, p. 87.). In 1994, when the MSI became the AN , it seemed to be a normal right-wing party and was even part of the government led by Silvio Berlusconi.