The human comedy is the poignant subject of director Guiseppe Tornatore's film EVERYBODY'S FINE. Fresh from his international triumph with CINEMA PARADISO, he gives us an encompassing view of Italian life.
Matteo Scuro (Marcello Mastroianni), an elderly widower, sets out on a journey of hope to visit each of his five adult children, with whom he's lost touch over the years. His first stop is Naples, the home of Alvaro (Salvatore Cascio). En route he daydreams about his children in their youth.
Unable to contact Alvaro, Matteo spends a restless day and night. Naples has many happy memories for it was there he and his bride spent their honeymoon.
His next st...