Leonardo decides to quit school to devote himself to mountain-climbing rejecting his family and their rural life, unlike his brother, forced into it by the will of his family. When Leonardo is ready to leave for Nepal on a new climbing mission, his stepbrother Riccardo, who runs the family farm in Tuscany after his fathers death, asks him for help to resolve an inheritance matter. Leonardo is forced to postpone his trip and to take a break in Tuscany where he will find love and friendship and will have to decide whether to stay or leave.
Sebastian Maulucci was born in 1981, he is a director and screenwriter. He graduated in Philosophy, Arts and Humanities at La Sapienza University of Rome, and in Cinema, Television and Multimedia Production at Roma Tre University. In 2002 and 2004 he attended Marco Bellocchios directing courses in Bobbio (PC). He was Paolo Sorrentinos assistant director in the film Lamico di famiglia in 2006. He has a diploma in Film Direction at the Multimedia Act school, and he presented his graduation short film Il Ritorno, laddio, during the 59th Venice Film Festival in the short films by young authors section.