113 minutes

The youngest son of an industrial family plans to reveal he is gay and has no interest in the family business, but ends up having to step in to make ends meet when his older brother comes out as gay as well and is thrown out by the father. Amiable, handsome comedy of family turmoil whose easy-going performances and lively jokes make up for seriously under-developed scripting and handling that is never quite sure where it wants to go.

Domenico Procacci presents a Fandango/Farus production, in collaboration with Rai Cinema; with the collaboration of Apulia Film Commission. (Italian distributor, 01 Distribution.)
Starring Riccardo Scamarcio, Nicole Grimaudo, Alessandro Preziosi, Ennio Fantastichini, Lunetta Savino, Ilaria Occhini, Bianca Nappi, Carmine Recano, Massimiliano Gallo, Paola Minaccioni, Gianluca de Marchi, Mauro Bonaffini, Giorgio Marchesi, Matteo Taranto, Gea Martire; with Daniele Pecci; with the special participation of Carolina Crescentini; and with Elena Sofia Ricci.
Directed by Ferzan Ozpetek; produced by Domenico Procacci; written by Ivan Cotroneo and Mr. Ozpetek; music by Pasquale Catalano; director of photography (Cinecittà Digital Factory, widescreen), Maurizio Calvesi; production designer, Andrea Crisanti; costume designer, Alessandro Lai; film editor, Patrizio Marone.
Screened: distributor advance press screening, UCI El Corte Inglés 12 (Lisbon), September 16th 2010.


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