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.
Single and middle-aged, beautiful Irene is wholly devoted to her job as an inspector of luxury hotels. Constantly on the road, she indulges in expensive pleasures at impeccable resorts, but always incognito and alone, soon escaping to the next exotic destination with her checklist and laptop in tow.
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.