“Untitled” interweaves the story of Sicily’s only Fascist martyr of the Two Red Years with the colossal hoax of Mussolinia, the town near Caltagirone that was supposed to celebrate the glory of the Duce forever. In an interview, granted to “La Nazione” on January 17, 2002, Andrea Camilleri declared, «I absolutely want to write the story of an imaginary hero in an imaginary country. I am referring to the story of the one-time Fascist martyr who I later found out was killed by his own people by mistake. The setting of course will be what should have become Mussolinia, the town that was never built and that was shown to the Duce, in 1928, as a photomontage».