Agerola is a village in the south of Italy, near Naples, hidden in the mountains that overlook the Amalfi coast. There you can find the tobacco shop owned by Sabato Cuomo, a tobacconist - philosopher with the typical ironic spirit of Neapolitans.
In his store enter the lives of men: Lello the singer, Marilena the post-lady, Stefano the fashion designer, Angelo the driver, Nick the immigrant, etc.
Ageroland is a portrait of a village and its people, simple lives that never seem ordinary.
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Carlotta Cerquetti started her career as a photographer at Hiro's Studio, in New York. After 6 years of freelance photography she followed a cinema course at New York University and started working in the cinema and television business.She wrote and directed short films, documentaries and collaborated with Stream television, Telemontecarlo, RaisatCinema. She also co-directed "Our Rwanda" with Cristina Comencini, with whom she still collaborates.