Damiano is a man stuck in the dilemma between his work in his father’s company and his fascination for Mara and the carny’s world. On his thirtieth birthday, his father announces that he wants Damiano to act as the new CEO. The news puts Damiano in crisis, but he cannot oppose his father, who suddenly is seized by a heart attack. At the hospital, Damiano finds a bill with an unknown address in the jacket of his father. He becomes suspicious and goes to find the address, ending up in a barge on a river where Sara, a transsexual sculptor, lives. Damiano sees the other face of his father’s life, so different from his superficial appearances.
Massimiliano Davoli is an Italian director and actor, who graduated from the National Academy of Drama Silvio D'amico in Rome in 2000. Soon after receiving his diploma in acting Massimiliano worked with major Italian directors, such as M. Fabbri and R. Guicciardini, performing in the national theatres Argentina and Eliseo in Italy. His career in film spreads over different areas and countries. In 2011, Massimiliano worked with one of the most important Italian directors, Carlo Lizzani, in his last film 'Scossa'. The film was presented at the Venice Film Festival in 2011. In 2014, Massimiliano was in cinemas with the feature film 'Una storia sbagliata' by Tavarelli. As a filmmaker, he wrote and directed the short film '33 Secondi' selected at Pifan International Film Festival in Seoul and RIFF.