Red Riding Hood - Cappuccetto Rosso
Roberto D'Ettorre Piazzoli
Jenny McKenzie had a very difficult childhood.
Her father, a newly appointed U.S. Supreme Court Judge, was killed when she was too young. His program to restore justice and morality was left unfulfilled.
The nymphomaniac mother with a taste for younger men was never around. And the aging grandmother was too busy auditioning for jobs on Broadway to ever spend time with her.
But one day, when she was twelve-years old, her boring and frustrated life changed for the better. Her mother took her to Rome and ran off with her new boyfriend leaving her with $60,000 in cash, a credit card, and in an exclusive top-floor apartment.
No hours, no obligations, and no one to tell her what to do gives her the liberty to take care of her priorities: to improve her education and to continue her father’s mission to serve justice and re-instate the truth.