Metello struggles to escape from the poverty that led to the premature death of his parents, and that is the lot of the working class in northern Italy during the second half of the 19th century. Metello fights his way out from his condition through hard work, a determined will to resist oppression inherited from his father, but also by taking advantage of his good looks when dealing with women. Metello progressively assumes an important role in the organization of an emerging workers movement, and attempts to conciliate his risky political activities with his private life.
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|Massimo Ranieri||Metello Salani|
|Mariano Rigillo||Olindo Tinai|
|Manuela Andrei||Adele Salani|
|Adolfo Geri||Del Bueno|
|Guido Josia||Production Design||
|Ennio Guarnieri||Director of Photography||
Costume & Make-Up
|Pier Luigi Samaritani||Costume Design||
|Gianni Hecht Lucari||Producer|
|Fausto Saraceni||Executive Producer|
|Renato Jaboni||Production Manager||
|Ennio Morricone||Original Music Composer||
|Suso Cecchi d'Amico||Screenplay|