Citizens of the World
by Gianni Di Gregorio
To change your life you are never too old. This at least hope Attilio, Giorgetto and the Professor, three Romans in their seventies, variously devastated, who one day decide to give up the old neighborhood life and go live abroad. Abroad where? It is only the first of a long series of questions to be resolved, but the Professor, retired after a lifetime teaching Latin, gets very bored, Giorgetto, the last splinter of the people of Rome, fails to make ends meet, and Attilio, second hand dealer and beatnik, would like to relive the emotions of the many trips made in his youth. They are all determined to change their lives and they will succeed, although perhaps not in the way they expected.