The 2021 edition of the Collegio class already marked the abandonment of Sveva Accorà, who preferred to leave the institute rather than cut her hair. But the first sympathies arose, too: one of all sympathies between Sarah Maserini and Filippo Romano.
Broadcast on Tuesday 2 November at 21.20 on Rai2, “Il Collegio” is a reality documentary set in this sixth edition of the wonderful 1970s. In the second week of residence, the children will be asked to manage the distance from home and face the first difficulties in their relationships and with lessons in class. Within the group, the waters would go up, arguments and quarrels would arise, new friendships would flourish as other groups separated, and an upcoming novelty would help fuel divisions among the students. In this second episode, children will also struggle with the free Collegio radio broadcast, which is entirely run by children, while the night art lesson will allow many students to open up and express their deepest fears and feelings. But the next day, the wrong attitude of some of them will lead the dean to a ruling against them: if they wanted to stay in college, they would have to pass a check. Will they succeed?
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