Set in the south of France, Riki Kandinski and his elder brother Fredrico, come back to their family castle for their father's funeral. They haven't seen each other in a long time and ... See full summary »
Set in the south of France, Riki Kandinski and his elder brother Fredrico, come back to their family castle for their father's funeral. They haven't seen each other in a long time and Fredrico knows nothing about his younger brother, but he notices that he is making big money and living in luxury all for a few days work a week. By pure chance, Fredrico gets his hands on a gay porn magazine and sees his brother in it. According to Riki, he's had more than six hundred men and only four women. The brothers who grew up apart will have to get to know another again but both their lives change drastically when they witness a woman's death in a car crash. Written by
Sonata per Tromba in Re Maggiore 2e Movimento (allegro) Torelli Giuseppe (as Giuseppe Torelli)
Michel Cuvit, Tromba
Collegium Academicum de Genêve
Direttore: Roberto Dunand
Courtesy of Edito-Servico SA-CH, Genêve
by arrangement with Intituto Geografico De Agostini See more »
"Am I a egoist?" Riki asks several times in this excuse for a film. Well, I'm not sure about Riki, nor do I care, but I can tell you about Marco Filiberti. Not only is this an embarrassing ego trip for an aging celebrity (pretending to be 29, LOL), in the end "Riki" is the least interesting character here. The supporting cast and characters have much more depth and "freedom in their eyes." Filiberti looks like he's had plenty of work done, and he is not particularly attractive. What an ego trip! Did you notice that every other "porn star" in the film is hotter than he is? If I were him, I would have cast uglier, older men. The cast must LOVE him to give him such an embarrassingly egoistic vehicle.
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