A woman suffering from multiple sclerosis pleads with doctors to kill her. Her husband gives her a fatal overdose, and is put on trial, where arguments are put forth that prolonging life is sometimes contrary to nature, and that death is a right as well as a duty.
It is a documentary film about the life of the Italian-American jazz musician Anthony Joseph Sciacca, known to the public as Tony Scott, starting from his childhood and youth in the USA, until his death, following a long illness, in Rome in 2007.
Ciccio and Franco flee Naples because they are wrongly accused of having murdered a local camorra boss and enlist in the Foreign Legion. They are inept but are mistaken for brave people by their commander and sent to break a weapon smuggling ring
Pluto, the rock band that began its story fifteen years ago in the small town of Rosignano Solvay in Tuscany, Italy: a traditional rock band composed by voice, guitar, bass and drums that actually recorded two albums and had a song in a popular commercial on TV.
Ethan is a photographer in Los Angeles, still in his 20s, gay, and given to one-night stands that, despite his willingness, don’t seem to last past the next morning. His friend Dennis invites him on a getaway to Palm Springs where other friends join them.