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Satellite Voices Worldwide: Flavia Ferrucci
January 5, 2012
A round robin interview with our local editors pitching questions to each other from around the globe
- Text by Satellite Voices
Meet Flavia Ferrucci, our Rome-based freelance writer and underground film and music lover. We asked all our editors to put their questions into the proverbial hat...
Kemal Tarba (Moscow): If your life was a movie, what would be its soundtrack?
Flavia Ferrucci: Trent Reznor would score it, and there would be occasional tracks from The Smiths and Pulp. Black Flag would appear on my teenage years, and the Beastie Boys for the funny times.
Kemal Tarba (Moscow): What / who is on the top of your shit-list?
Flavia Ferrucci: Rome's traffic and the insanity of my fellow citizens when they're behind the wheel. Really. If you survive driving in this city, you'll survive everywhere. I might add that ignorance and pretentiousness get on my nerves, especially when combined together, something that happens very often around here.
Nico Castro (Santiago): If you could go to any of the other seven cities in SV to spend your holidays, where would you go?
Flavia ferrucci: It would be a difficult choice between Moscow and Tokyo. They both fascinate me immensely.
Nico Castro Santiago): If someone was to go for the first time to your city, what would be the best place to start?
Flavia Ferrucci: I'd probably start from Rione Monti. It's the oldest neighbourhood in the city and although it's right next to the main touristic and historical places it's very peaceful.
Christine Bierhals (Munich): What was the most amazing event for you personally in your city 2011?
Flavia Ferrucci: Finding ourselves dancing around the Primal Scream stage with Bobby Gillespie at MIT 2011 was probably one of the best memories of this past year.
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