Antonio and Agostino were inseparable friends growing up in a Sicilian village nestled in the mountains. As youngsters, they both dreamt of a different life but they drifted, from their homes and from each other: one became a waiter in London, the other a truck driver in Germany. They meet up one last time to deal with their ghosts. A story of friendship which unspools along the highways of Europe, directed by Simone Catania and starring Vinicio Marchioni (Romanzo criminale) and Marco D’Amore (Gomorrah).
Based on the same-titled novel by Davide Longo, a nocturnal thriller set in Piedmont’s valleys, among old smugglers and new traffickers. Luigi Lo Cascio is Cesare, a gloomy and troubled widower who has to deal with the murder of his godson, Fausto. He is surrounded by a charming police commissioner (Ursina Lardi), an old friend (Bruno Todeschini), a dangerous enemy (Peppe Servillo), and a boy who is trying to find his way (Vincenzo Crea).