Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
Luciano comes home after a stay in prison to find his mother has left home and his father has taken up with a floozie. Bemoaning the poverty sustained by his father's hypochondria, he leaves home once again. He becomes a pass around boy toy for a married man before a wealthy woman takes him home. Despite their lofty status, Luciano soon learns that the rich can be just as miserable as the poor, only with more reasons to be neurotic and more money for psychiatrists to label their conditions.
disillusionment, anger, deception, dysfunctional, extramarital-affair, father, home, homecoming, influence, Italy, marriage, mother, prison, return, social-issues, wealth