|Directed by||Gabriele Salvatores|
|Written by||Franco Bernini|
|Produced by||Marco Mandelli|
|Edited by||Massimo Fiocchi|
The movie won the Best Score award and was nominated for Best Original Story at the 1994 Nastro d'Argento ceremony. It also won the Best Sound award and was nominated for Best Score at the 1994 David di Donatello. For his performance, Silvio Orlando was nominated for the 1994 David di Donatello for Best Actor.
During a warm springy Sunday afternoon in a small town of South Italy, the opening of the polling place is disrupted by three Italian citizens and one Eritrean, who are unemployed, angry and armed. They threaten to occupy the school designed for the poll. They start to negotiate with the police, but eventually the four men are forced to leave.
- Silvio Orlando: Ciro
- Gigio Alberti: Gianni
- Claudio Bisio: Giacomo Fiori
- Renato Carpentieri: Cannavacciuolo
- Antonio Catania: Elia
- Marco Manchisi: Michele
- Ighèzu Mussiè: Munir
- Francesca Neri: Lucia
- Antonio Petrocelli: Colonel
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