Alessio is a young cognitively impaired man. He lives with the only company of his rabbit, Briciola, and spends his days recording sounds, conversations and quarrels of the young family who lives next to him. When an unexpected thing happens, Alessio for the first time in his life, will find himself forced to make a decision: take refuge in his isolation or help a world that has always rejected him.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Born in Arezzo in 1989, after graduating in Psychology at the University of Florence, he enrolled in the Civica Scuola di Cinema Luchino Visconti in Milan where he graduated in 2016.
He worked on various sets as assistant director and founded with director of photography Giacomo Betti, Super35 studio, through which he made various video clips, commercials and short movies as a director. In 2018 with the short film "Sirena" he won the "Campari - Created by Passion" competition, promoted by Campari and was awarded during the 75th Venice Film Festival.