In the nineties, the Roman music scene had its period of great success with a lot of musicians meeting every night on small and biggest stages. And on one of these stages begins the match between Niccolo Fabi, Daniele Silvestri and Max Gazzè to become a relationship and finally a strong bond for three artists that, later, would individually dominate the Italian songwriting scene. The three are still friends and they have been collaborating since then, crossing artistic paths and social commitment. Today, these three artists take their chance through Europe, leaving on a minivan that will take them to the main European clubs to play their music. In Berlin, Barcelona, through Paris, London, Amsterdam and more and more cities, the trio will play their music, dealing with international audiences. Cameras will follow our musicians through this journey, and spectators will look at Europe through the very eyes and words of the three artists. In this documentary, on one hand, Daniele, Max and Niccolò tell us about the European adventure they had and, on the other, they interact with the public mainly made up of Italian expats. The three artists listen to peoples voices, sharing their emotions and conflicting moods with them. It follows a frank and intimate story that underlines the loneliness in being a stranger in a foreign country and, at the same time, the relief for achieving a better lifestyle. Our protagonists became kind of Italian ambassadors: they leave to hear peoples personal stories and gathering their knowledge.
Francesco Cordio is an independent filmmaker. In 2010 on behalf of the Board of Inquiry on the National Health Service, he directed a documentary about Italian Judicial Psychiatric Hospitals, filming and gathering unpublished exclusive testimonies. By directing this film he earned a special mention at the 2011 Ilaria Alpi Awards and, in 2013, hell discharge a most complete work on Judicial Psychiatric Hospitals. In 2010, he redacted and published "L'occhio di Cordio", in collaboration with Infinito Edizioni. In 2009, he directed the docu-film "Tutti giù per aria", about the Alitalia case with Dario Fo and Ascanio Celestini, that was published by Editori Riuniti. In 2007, he directed a documentary called "Inti-Illimani, donde las nubes cantan", about the Chilean band. The film was selected to partecipate in numerous international festivals and published by Millenium Storm. Since 1995 he has acted in theaters and films directed by Lorenzo Salveti, Ugo Gregoretti, Giuseppe Ferrara, Salvatore Maira, among others. He graduated in acting at Silvio d'Amico National Academy for Dramatic Arts of Rome and he also attended the European School for The Art of the Actor in San Miniato and audited the Directing class at the Silvio d'Amico National Academy for Dramatic Arts of Rome.