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Claudio, a construction worker, works on a site in the suburbs of Rome. He is madly in love with his wife who is pregnant with their third child. However, when he finds the remains of an illegal immigrant under the site and doesn't report it, fearing he'll be out of a job if construction comes to a halt, it upsets his simple and happy life. In a rage for life, Claudio energetically fights against the injustice that fell upon him. Love and support from his friends and family as well as the laughter of his children will help him to triumph against the odds.Written by
One of the best movies I have ever seen. Because of the feeling I can't get away after I saw it. for me director's work with the actor was more than amazing. this movie was very touching because of that one scene which could never be better.the timing of the funeral scene is just perfect. i mean you couldn't do better - you want to see more and that's the moment when the scene ends. just perfect. first scene and that scene is connected together, but it doesn't matter if you see those scenes with the English subtitles or not. there are still enough emotions. i would really like to suggest this movie to everyone: it doesn't matter if you feel sad or happy, that will touch you. and i mean it.and that is the main reason why we are doing movies at all.
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