La seconda famiglia
Rome, Margherita a young social worker, twenty-five years old, is giving Italian lessons to Alina Radtchenko, who hasn’t been in Italy long. She establishes a relationship with the child’s family that reaches beyond the professional sphere. The problems begin when Margherita’s mother is assaulted and Roman, a friend of Radtchenko’s, is a suspect. Margherita is tormented by inner conflict and doubts which end up ruining even deep friendly relationships.