October 22, 2011 in spazarific
CAST OF CHARACTERS
LIV: Writer. American. Early 30s. Breathtakingly gorgeous.
OLD MAN ANTONIO: Pensioner. Early 60s. Italian. Haunts the bar where Liv goes to write. Scatters outrageous, unsolicited advice like so much birdseed.
MARCO: Policeman. Italian. Mid-40s. MARCO was once one of LIV’s interview subjects for an article she was planning to write.
FRANCESCO: MARCO’s friend. Italian. Also mid-40s.
DOMENICO: The owner of Bar Girasole. Italian. Mid-40s.
MASSIMO: Barista. Italian. Early 20s. Jacked, handsome, painfully shy.
GENOEFFA and CINZIA: Local girls. Italian. Early 20s. In heat.
Bar Girasole, where LIV goes to write and OLD MAN ANTONIO apparently spends every hour of his retirement. Modern day. Culonia, Italy. LIV is sitting at her usual table, working on Chapter 28 of her novel and drinking a strawberry-flavored hot chocolate. OLD MAN ANTONIO enters the bar.