Fuorivena is a journey to the end of the world by young people who live outside the tracks laid down by society, outside so called normality. It is narrated from a friendly and indulgent standpoint of someone who does not judge, but wants to explain and expose the flaws and values of the underworld of Milanese junkies, punks and travelers from Bologna. On one side we have Tekla, a punk girl, who represents a cool "fuorivena", taking drugs just to occasionally let go, certainly not as the ultimate aim in life. On the other hand there is Zanna, a junkie who gives voice to the despicable Fuorivena. Circumstances will lead to a fatal encounter and Tekla falls in love with him. Tekla has decided to turn the affair into a film script, but when Zanna finds out about it, he will quit the love affair. An unexpected ending will leave the viewer to make the final decision.
Tekla Taidelli directed and wrote the documentary Sbokki di vita, a journey through the outlaw and rebel underworld of Milanese punk and rave scene. Ninth minutes of shooting have won her both the first prize in international section of documentaries at the RomaDocFest and the first prize in the documentary section at the OltreConfineFestival in Viterbo in 2003. She wrote/directed/edited two films in 1999 and 2000, and she has been working as a production assistant for Gianluca Maria Tavarelli. She is currently working on a new documentary (el Pequeno Principe) in Brazil, in San Paolo's favela, a humanitarian project to help disadvantaged kids.