Life as it is. History of bars, pigeons, cemeteries and young writers
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On a June day, a young writer calls the writer who read all the novels and submits her the manuscript of her to have an opinion and maybe some advice. She is twenty years older, but she seems to not import, she seeks her, writes, the following, makes her a clenched court. She rejects him systematically. This is thus established a hilarious, quarreled, full of caustic dialogues on the world - in particular the literary one - and on love: the disenchantment of one meets the lightness of the other, while summer fades quickly in autumn. Blocked by car in the industrial area of Bologna, because of a spiteful pigeon that bars the road, she pick up his daily newspaper among bars, neighbors centenary, bookstores, friends, ex-boyfriends, relatives, cemeteries, in a tip observation and often tragicomic of reality, to whom the trust towards the future of a young writer is to be countered: in fact, the task of smoothing the corners of a living where he laughs at all so as not to cry, love does not last and the novels risk Always extinction.