Directed by Stefano P. Testa
The story of Roberto, an histrionic sixty-years old man, who thinks outside the box, is a dialogue with images taken from old amatorial videocassettes found in an abandoned warehouse in the province of Bergamo. He tells about how intensely he has lived without taking anything for granted, his experiences, his personal and generational disappointments.
His unaccomplished dreams. He goes from his first accident in Lambretta to his discovery of punk culture. From his first job as a janitor to his father’s sudden death. From his unconventional marriage to his well-deserved retirement.
In between these anectotes, there are VHS amatorial videos from the 80s and the 90s.
Roberto’s eccentric approach to the idea of family, religion and existence faces and crashes with people’s beliefs and traditions in Bergamo, a small town close to the mountain.