Cast: Alessandro Gassmann, Jamine Trinca, Fabrizio Bentivoglio, Filippo Scicchitano
Unbeknownst to their respective families, wealthy Tony is engaged to marry blue-collar Carlo. When these grandfathers set up a seaside vacation for their families to learn about their betrothal, sparks fly on both sides. Tony and Carlo’s children grapple with their own pride and prejudice as the grooms-to-be try to keep the peace on their way to the altar. This riotous farce explores family dynamics, love after 60, and the unifying power of soccer super-fandom.
Simone Goddano studied cinema at DAMS in Rome and has been shooting his shorts since 2002. He has experience in advertising, working with Filmmaster and Mercurio. In 2010 his short film Niente orchidee was presented at the Venice Film Festival. He has also worked as a director for television in Italy. In 2017, thanks to meeting Matteo Rovere, he made his film debut film with the direction of Moglie e Marito, which won the nomination for the Nastri d’argento as best comedy. An Almost Ordinary Summer is his second film.