When Eric Lazard takes his girlfriend Colleen to Florence, Italy to visit his cousin Anna, everything in his life changes. He has failed to make a career in the NFL after a successful term as a college football player but when Colleen breaks his heart and declines his marriage proposition, he feels like he's lost everything. Anna's partner Gianni decides to try and cheer him up by introducing him to an ancient Florentine sport called Calcio Fiorentino, which is basically soccer without any rules. Naturally, players are often seriously injured or even killed, but Eric gets a buzz out of it made more intense when he meets a pretty local woman named Stephanie.
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Returning home to Lecce from his studies in Rome, Tommaso (Scamarcio) confides to his older brother Antonio (Preziosi) that he intends to tell his whole family that he's gay, partly to get out of his responsibilities in the family's pasta business. But at dinner that night, Antonio drops his own bombshell, leaving their parents (Savino and Fantastichini) and sister (Nappi) stunned.
Their grandmother (Occhini), however, isn't so surprised. Or shaken. Over the next weeks, the fallout continues as Tommaso befriends the sexy, mysterious Alba (Grimaudo) and neglects his boyfriend (Recano) back in Rome.
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When Eric Lazard takes his girlfriend Colleen to Florence, Italy to visit his cousin Anna,...