Tutto l'amore che c'è(2000)
The story takes place in an unspecified town in Puglia. We are in the seventies. The arrival of three beautiful and uninhibited girls from the north, the daughters of an engineer who has moved to run a factory, brings the turmoil among the young people of the country. Stories of love, betrayals, state money (stolen) and missed promises intertwine. All looked at from the eyes of Carlo (alter ego of the director Sergio Rubini), the smallest of all. The film marks the debut of Vittoria Puccini at her first experience as an actress.