Youth detention centre. Daphne, arrested for theft, falls in love with Josh, who is also a young robber. Men and women can not meet in jail and love is forbidden. Daphne and Josh's ... See full summary »
Lorenzo and Michele are two brothers who live in Rome in a big house. The first plays jazz and is extroverted, while the second is more introverted. They discover that their father, who ... See full summary »
Mirko and Manolo are best friends and live in the suburbs of Rome. They both live in poor conditions with their single parents, are still in school and struggle with occasional odd jobs to ... See full summary »
A woman and her ten-year-old son deal, in their own way, with the death of the husband/father, who died at the factory where he worked, while all around them the anticipation and ... See full summary »
Rabbi Benjamin Murmelstein (1905-1989) was head of the Jewish Council of the artificial ghetto of Terezín (Theresienstadt in German). The Nazis made him representative of the community ... See full summary »
Three foreign teenagers, or more accurately second-generation Italians, throw caution to the wind and express their aspirations, affection, humor and rage in front of the video camera. The ... See full summary »
Alessandro and Pietro, both aged 16, film themselves with a cell phone to tell the story of their friendship, the tragedy of Davide, and their everyday lives if the difficult Traiano district of Naples.
Nader, an Italian teenager of Egyptian origin on the verge of adulthood, prefers loafing down the streets of Rome in the company of Stefano, his best friend and of Brigitte, and spending time with Brigitte, his Italian girlfriend, rather than attending classes at his vocational high school. But after a brawl in a disco that goes wrong, Nader's little life is turned upside down.Written by