The Italian artist, designer and inventor Bruno Munari (Milan, October 24, 1907 – September 30, 1998) gave fundamental contribute to visual and non-visual arts. His research offered central starting points to the development of creativity and fantasy through game, didactic method, light movement, tactile and kinaesthetic learning.
This film unfolds in Badia Polesine, where Bruno Munari spent his childhood and his teenage years, a crucial time for the development of his talent for art and design. It explores the places that fostered his creativity and nourished his inventions: the streets of the village, the hotel managed by his parents, the suggestive banks of the Adige River with its evocative nature.
The story develops through the eye of Elisa Poli who chose Bruno Munari as subject of her senior final thesis at Politecnico of Milan.