His voice does not convince anyone this time and he eventually committed suicide oppressed by guilt.
Direction: Augusto Zucchi
Screenplay: Augusto Zucchi
Cast: Rocco Papaleo, Antonia Liskova, Augusto Zucchi, Giulia Greco, Franco Castellano, Mattia Sbragia, Augusto Fornari, Riccardo Polizzi.
Photograph: Aldo Di Marcantonio, Fabio Delle Fratte
Editing: Eliana Consoni
Music Stefano Conti, Luciano Francisci
Production: Blackout Entertainment, Caro Film, Produzione Straordinaria
Executive production: Caro Film
A minister dies of a heart attack the day before notifying a concession tender which directly concerns an intelligence officer.
The corrupt official recalls having met a great voice imitator and decides to use him to make some phone calls with the voice of the minister, before announcing his death, to give mandate to the Under Secretary to conclude the transaction.
How to convince the imitator?
He learns that the artist, has been under the care of a psychoanalyst to whom he was very close, who at the present time, is in jail accused of plagiarism. The psychoanalyst can convince the imitator to make the phone calls. But after the first few very convincing calls, the corrupt official tries to involve the artist to make other calls related to some more illegal “operations”, in exchange for a more attractive artistic career. But after the first few calls, very convincing, the official services of trying to involve the artist to make other calls related to some “operations” illegal, in exchange for an artistic career more attractive.
When the imitator realizes he is being manipulated and has caused some murders, without knowing it, tries to rebel but is too late. He then decides to expose it all during a live broadcast, imitating the voices of the characters involved.
His voice does not convince anyone this time and he eventually commits suicide oppressed by guilt. After two years, his daughter investigates … and speaks with the psychoanalyst and the truth starts to come out.