Accio (Elio Germano) and Manrico (Riccardo Scamarcio) are working class brothers who live in Italy in the 1960s. While his brother becomes drawn into left-wing politics, Accio, the hotheaded younger brother, is taken under the wing of a market trader and while under his influence, joins the Fascist party. Accio ("Bully") is a nickname he is proud of because it makes him seem tough. Manrico and their sister Violetta are alarmed to hear their brother listening to Benito Mussolini's speeches in his room. Manrico often physically torments his brother, including stuffing his head in the barrel under the drain pipe of their house.
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|Angela Finocchiaro||Accios Mutter|
|Massimo Popolizio||Ettore Benassi|
|Ascanio Celestini||Father Cavalli|
|Alba Rohrwacher||Violetta Benassi|
|Vittorio Emanuele Propizio||Accio teenage|
|Claudio Botosso||Teacher Montagna|
|Antonino Bruschetta||Bella Nastri|
|Luca Zingaretti||Luca Nastri|
|Pasquale Sammarco||Father Tosi|
|Matteo Sacchi||Biliardino boy|
|Claudio Collepiccolo||Director of Photography||
|Franco Piersanti||Original Music Composer||