Hereditary privilege gets skewered in Pietro Castellitto’s sophomore feature, which he also wrote and stars in. Enea (Pietro Castellitto) is the good-for-nothing son of a television personality (Chiara Noschese) and a therapist (Sergio Castellitto) whose casual forays into drug-dealing—presented as being, for Enea, no different than any number of idle pursuits for the rich and bored—begin to intensify when a Roman crime lord taps him to help with a large cocaine shipment. Blending stylishly rendered social satire with elements of the crime film, Enea is a seductive and aesthetically refined critique of the one percent at their most out-of-touch.