Synopsis by Andrea LeVasseur
Italian writer and actor Francesco Apolloni makes his directorial debut with Let's Have the Truth About Love, an adaptation of his own stage play. The talky comedy involves the interwoven romantic lives of several young adults. Monica (Carlotta Natoli) likes her co-worker Lorenzo (Apolloni), but he likes the Dutch model Olga (Barbara Snellenburg), who is sleeping with photographer Luca (Alberto Molinari). Olga shares a flat with musician Michaelanglo (Pierfrancesco Faviano) and his girlfriend Betta (Elda Alvigini), who's friend Giulia (Veronica Logan) is having problems with her sexually experimental boyfriend Gabriele (Giacinto Palmarini). Meanwhile, bachelor Angelo (Yari Guglicci ) is left in the middle of things. The conclusion finds everyone sharing a Valentine's day dinner, revealing their secrets, and swapping romantic partners.