Rome, 2013. We follow a “usual” day of Ugo, a young architecture student in a crisis with his “alleged” girlfriend (Lucia), he lives with Arno, his friend and university colleague. Ugo uses his free time to clear his mind of this dark period, only to find that there is something strange about this “day”. “And if yesterday and today, for no apparent reason, did not have any more tomorrows?”
Piero Grant graduated as an actor in the School of Dramatic Art "Teatro Azione" in Rome, and attended several courses and workshops on theater and cinema. He has been part of numerous short films as an actor, he has produced three short films directed by Paolo Triestino, and has a role in the feature film debut of Barbara Rossi Prudente in Esterno Sera. He wrote three scripts for short films directed by Aurelio Cicalese (It's my dog!, 1, K., In the difficult moments of a game). He also wrote and directed "Ugo's day".