"Maybe I don't like men." The day when your wife suddenly bursts in crying in the kitchen, is a small apocalypse. One of those days when your life goes down but comes, even for a moment, to say herself. And then Glauco Revelli, chef of a blazonate restaurant, a male of forty years, father of a daughter of three, goes in search of his own truth of man. From entrance to adulthood, falling in love, the construction of a family, the birth and the care of a daughter, up to the deafly of his wife (who denies him from the moment of childbirth) and to the fierce return of the insatiable demons Sex, everything has returned from his implacable and moved look. With "the unfaithful father" Antonio Scurati writes his most personal book, inflamed by the abrupted tone of confession and, at the same time, the novel of the sentimental education of a generation.