Bologna, 2002. Protests against the Italian labor law explode in universities. The murder of a judge reopens old political wounds between Italy and France. Marco is a former left-wing activist who, thanks to Mitterrand's doctrine, found asylum in France 20 years ago. Convicted at the time of murder, he is now the prime suspect of ordering the attack. The Italian government demands his extradition, forcing Marco to flee with Viola, his 16-year-old daughter. His life and that of his family in Italy will change forever. Screened at the 2017 Cannes’ Un Certain Regard section.
Nasceu em 1972, em Roma. É diretora dos curtas À la lune montante (2009), Tre ore (Cannes 2010), Ma vision du monde (2011), Andante mezzo forte (Berlim 2008), Dans la cour des grands (2011), Schengen (2012) e Ophelia (2013). Em 2014, dirigiu o média-metragem L'anima del Gattopardo, exibido no Festival de Taormina. Este é seu primeiro longa-metragem.