From the director of the Academy Award® nominated film THE PURSUIT OF HAPPYNESS.
In the film, Silvio (played by Silvio Muccino, the director’s younger brother) has no interest in the student rebellion taking place at his high school. His fascination lies with Valentina (Giulia Carmignani), the prettiest girl in the school, however, Valentina already has a jealous boyfriend, Martino (Simone Pagani). Silvio finally has a moment alone with Valentina, and they share a kiss, but Silvio makes the mistake of telling his gossipy best friend, Ponzi (Giuseppe Sanfelice). By the end of the day the entire school knows about the kiss, including a very angry Martino and Claudia (Giulia Steigerwalt), a young classmate who has a big crush on Silvio. As things grow more complicated for him at school, Silvio finds no relief at home with his ex-revolutionary parents (Anna Galiena and Luca De Flippo), his love-starved brother (Enrico Silvestrin), and his secretive sister (Giulia Ciccone). In the end, this smartly written farce of confused intentions finds Silvio with a new object of affection – one he had regarded simply as a friend but who, in fact, turns out to be much more.