It is said that the painter and engraver Guglielmo Baldassini did not like the fascio littorio usually inserted in the initial title of 9.5mm amateur films developed by Pathé and therefore preferred his own logo. At the top of this film, as in the others of Baldassini's amateur production, is an eagle with spread wings in front of a sun. Below the eagle is his name. The film is dedicated to a visit to the Certosa di Pavia, on 30 March 1929. With his wife Laura, his beloved son Luciano, the protagonist of many films, and some friends, Baldassini visits the famous monument, and then gets into a large car with the number plate 1293 VA and the inscription on the side: "Touristic tour". A few days earlier, on the 25th, elections were held for the 'nomination' of members of the Chamber of Deputies. Voters could only vote YES or NO to the fascist list, thanks to the plebiscite law imposed by Mussolini. Turnout was high (89.86% of those eligible to vote), and the YES vote won with 98.34% of the votes. 8,517,838 male citizens said yes. It may be that Baldassini voted and was one of the 135,773 who said no to the fascio littorio in the 1929 Italy headlines.