Italy is a wonderful country but just a stepping-stone for the many refugees coming from Africa. For those who remain, their option is scraping up some change by pumping gas at self-service stations at night. The law considers them clandestine that work illegally, Romans consider them a certainty. They are not professional actors but their story is true.
Alessandro Palazzi is a young director, writer and editor from Rome. He directed his first movie, "La Patente" (The License) in 2012. His shorts "Clean Man" and "Dress!" have been acclaimed from critics and public and have been awarded in more than 30 festivals. His last work is Gas Station ,selected to participate at Tampere Int. Film Festival. His work are available on www.rasafilm.it