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Uploaded on Jul 14, 2011
From the writer, director and star of 2009's surprise summer hit, Mid-August Lunch, comes Salt of Life. Gianni, a recently retired house husband, has many things to worry about - but romance is not one of them.
He lives with his wife and daughter in a small apartment in Rome. His days slip by walking his and his gorgeous neighbour's dogs, picking up cleaning and groceries, paying the bills under his wife's strict instructions, and being taken for granted by his daughter and her lazy, unemployed boyfriend, who seems to have moved in. His ancient mother, the aristocratically coiffed Valeria, a relic from a more glamorous era, lives with her pretty care-worker Cristina in a huge villa. From her crumbling HQ, Valeria is swiftly draining Gianni's resources on poker, repairs and expensive champagne, and thinks nothing of making him cross town to fix the reception on her television.
One morning, his good friend Alfonso tells an astonished Gianni about his most recent sexual escapades. Somehow Gianni has completely failed to notice that his contemporaries are all taking a second bite of the cherry! Even old Maurizio who always wears a tracksuit has a younger lover.
Alfonso decides Gianni should take action, reinvigorate his life and get himself a girlfriend. But, despite his best efforts with some old female acquaintances interrupted by an endless stream of calls from his demanding mother and a dose of Viagra, poor old Gianni is like a rusty old motor. The spark is ignited but it is going to take a long time to get back him on the road to romance!