Before leaving for summer vacations, mother and son decide to visit the father, which this year too won\'t be able to be with them, to say goodbye and show him the excellent school report obtained by the boy. The procedure is complicated as usual, the iron doors slamming, the strict look of the guard, the long hallways, the desolate rooms. Once got to the parlor, the mother stops: the meeting, which apparently is going to be loaded with tension, will be just between father and son, both carried away in an intense exchange of emotions and affection.
Born in Rome in 1976, Alessandro Celli graduated with Mike Leigh at London Film School. He has sharpened through the years his talent in directing actors, filming for Carla Mori\'s Blue Suede Shoots several shorts which obtain manifold awards in festivals throughout Italy and abroad, beside a very fortunate series of tv commercials. \"Fine Corsa\" and \"Uova\" won the Special Distinction at the Silver Awards 2007. In 2008, \"Uova\" won the David of Donatello as best short: in just five minutes, Celli succeeded in telling a full and touching story.