A grieving woman unexpectedly comes face to face with Naples’ violent Camorra in what could be considered the third installment of Marco Tullio Giordana’s organized crime cycle—including his Golden Globe-nominated One Hundred Steps and 2015’s Lea. Rising star Angela Fontana (one of the leads in Indivisible, this year’s Opening Night film) plays Maria, a young woman planning her marriage to a soldier stationed in Afghanistan (Dario Rea), until his life is tragically cut short. After being left alone in their new, empty apartment, she crosses paths with Salvatore (Daniele Vicorito), a member of the Mafia who hides out in her condominium after a botched hit job. Giordana’s latest is a complex exploration of grief and redemption that evocatively captures the rippling consequences of war.