The first half (background) seemed a bit confused and unstructured, but it picked up a bit once it got onto specific traditions and locations. Some interesting info (especially on masks and Sardinian traditions), but overall a bit disappointing.
I have always found the history of Carnevale interesting and being an art lover the creation of the Commedia masks and eventually the beautiful Colombina style of more modern times so beautiful and tell a story of history. I learned to make the masks with paper and find this art healing and the results enchanting. This presentation was fantastic and I learned something’s new Grazie
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