It was a day to celebrate. His son Lorenzo was receiving his First Communion. Who could have known that following the ceremony this happy family would find such a surprise? Augustine, his wife Anna, the caustic grandfather Rocco, the two children Erica and Lorenzo accompanied by Augustine's brother-in law Sergio and his wife Romana and children Rossana and Luca arrived at the apartment and found the door locked, the lock changed and strangers in their house. Their house had been stolen; something that happens quite often in the tenement houses of our cities. This is the beginning of an epic and tragicomic war between poor people, or perhaps I should say among the new poor people, to recapture an inalienable right, the right to have a house.