A young man wakes up in a dark restaurant kitchen. He is wounded and has been beaten and tied to a chair. He does not remember what happened to him, so his two torturers (a woman and a man, both Asian) help him reconstruct the events.
Pierluca Di Pasquale is an independent filmmaker, screenwriter and freelance journalist. In 2013, he co-wrote the feature film "Romance in Rome" for Minerva Pictures Prod. In 2012, he won the prize in screenwriting Short Talents in the Premio Solinas and directed the short film "Zinì & Amì". He was a filmmaker at Rai5 for several programs, such as, Angels and Demons and Top5. He wrote, directed and produced the short film "Stanza 88". In 2008, he wrote and directed a number of documentaries about the Italian Underground comic artists (produced by Jimmy channel at Sky). In 2004, he worked as an assistant director with Pupi Avati in "Ma quando arrivano le ragazze?" and with Gabriele Salvatores in "Quo Vadis, Baby?".