Money, business, doping scandals and lack of epic and new champions: are we watching "The Last Kilometer" for cycling?
Paolo Casalis
Bio, Sport, Bike
Stuffilm Creativeye
Produzioni Fuorifuoco

The Last Kilometer is a film totally dedicated to a passion, an emotion, a sport: Cycling.
The movie follows the story and an entire cycling season of “the old” Davide Rebellin, 41 years old and still fighting in the peloton after many victories and scandals, and “the young” Ignazio Moser, promising 20 years old son of cycling champion Francesco Moser.
The famous italian journalist Gianni Mura, Tour de France correspondent since 1967, helps us to discover what cycling was and what it has become today, after doping scandals, passion, epic, richness and decadence.
Finally, a bit of madness and insane joy is brought into the movie by Didi Senft, better known as “El Diablo”, a living and metaphorical symbol of all cycling fans, with their passion and their enthusiasm.
The Last Kilometer is a portrait of cycling.

With: Davide Rebellin, Ignazio Moser, Gianni Mura, “El Diablo” Didi Senft
Francesco Moser, Cadel Evans, Gedeone Rebellin, Marco Milesi, Francoise Rebellin

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"" I've just seen a great movie called The Last Kilometer. A documentary about a passion, an emotion, a sport: cycling, as the author himself writes. Ther's the passion and the scandals of Rebellin, the passion and the heavy legacy of Ignazio Moser, and the joyful madness of "El Diablo" Didi Senft. I didn't know h's been a biker until his 18's. One of his statements struck me: Cycling is the most futile and exciting thing I know.""

- Davide Cassani - for pro cyclist and manager of the Italian road cycling team

International Moscow Sport Film Festival, 2013;
Bicycle Film Festival New York, Milan, Madrid, Sacramento, Chicago, Lisboa, Helsinki;
Palermo Sport film Festival;
Piemonte Movie Glocal Film Festival, Turin (Italy);

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