Our cosmos, our inner identity, can be found in our daily life, even in our bedroom dresser. Aldo, Giovanni and Giacomo tell us four stories connected by the words of wisdom of Master Tsu' Nam: “Milan Beach,” “The Devil’s Bus”, “False Prisoners” and “Basal Body Temperature.” These episodes portray with humour the most common behavioural patterns.
Il cosmo sul comò
Comedy split into four episodes connected by the words of wisdom of Master Tsu' Nam, portraying behaviours and relationships we can all identify with. In the first episode entitled “Milan beach," three friends gather at 6 a.m. on August 3rd and head off on their summer holidays, but unforeseen situations and arguments will change their plans. The second episode, “The Devil’s Bus," is centered around a dilapidated suburban church and his pastor, who receives a generous donation from a lovesick parishioner. “False Prisoners” is set in a Hogwarts-style castle where living portraits are able to talk and move around from picture to picture. “Basal Body Temperature” explores the difficulties to fulfill the desire for fatherhood, with a psychotherapy session resulting in a tragicomic incident. In the end, life takes its course and find a way.