Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
Italian filmmaker Salvatore Piscicelli writes and directs the psychological drama Alla Fine Della Notte (At the End of the Night). Depressed, middle-aged actor/director Bruno Spada (Ennio Fantastichini) goes on a journey in search of happiness. At his home in Rome, his own wronged wife Fiamma (Stefania Orsola Garello) rightfully wants to leave him due to his constant infidelity. He first goes to Tuscany in order to visit his ex-girlfriend Viola (Elena Sofia Ricci), but she has her own relationship problems with a Filippino man (Ricky Tognazzi) to deal with. In Naples, he reunites with his aunt (Ida Di Benedetto) and recollects his childhood memories. At the End of the Night was screened at the 2003 Taormina Film Festival.