Camilla is a seventeen year old who has the dream of becoming a dancer, despite her mother's concerns. One day in dance she meets Sara, an aspiring dancer like her, and her life will never be the same.
In order to avoid the death of the husband (the criminal boss Don Vincenzo, "King of the Fish"), Donna Maria sends her henchmen to kill a lookalike (a shoe-seller) and then she sets up a ... See full summary »
Mussolini reappears in Rome 72 years after his death, finding a Country still full of problems like racism and hate for politicians. Misguised for an actor, he sides with a young filmmaker and starts traveling along Italy to reconquer it.
In the 90s, Isabella was eighteen and a star. 20 years later, she is still singing those same songs in small town bars with her son Bruno, playing guitar. It's because of him that her career stopped. At least it's what she tells herself.
Antonio dreams of becoming a football star. Miriam, his mother, dreams of rebuilding her family following the abandonment of her husband. When a football scout turns their eye to Antonio, the family dynamic changes.
Giampiero De Concilio,
Fabio De Caro
Camilla is a seventeen year old who has the dream of becoming a dancer, despite her mother's concerns. One day in dance she meets Sara, an aspiring dancer like her, and her life will never be the same. Thanks to her she will learn the sense of complicity and sharing, bravado and first times, yet also envy, rivalry and frustration. Certain meetings have the power to radically transform the course of a lifetime and prove to be fatal, especially during that delicate phase which is rightly defined in the title as "the imperfect age": the first times, experiences, and conflicts where the feelings are exasperated to the point they could even lead to extreme consequences.Written by