67 Years Later is a documentary film about old memories; it is a narration of a forced friendship during the Second World War period. The two main characters present some stories of their life 67 years ago in Italy, when Concettina escaped with her family from Gaeta, southern Italy, where the war was fought and found a refuge in a small village in the north countryside. More precisely, in Vera's family house. This story became even more powerful and heart-warming after the end of the war. The two ladies did not see each other for 65 Years; in fact, Concettina's family left Tronzano just after the end of the war, but they kept in touch with letters and phone calls.