In his early thirties, Orfeo has renounced happiness. He has replaced it with the hunger for desire: a sort of aimless bulimia, which feeds on compulsive and endless consumerism. Orfeo does not seek An ephemeral fulfilment, like an orgasm. However, this whole lifestyle centred around devouring does not make him happy.
Orfeo lives among the remains of the new and different things he previously longed for, without ever really obtaining. Seduced and deceived by fleeting chimeras, and overwhelmed by his own ego, his energies struggle to push him onto the impervious path of dedication and courage: a true love choice.
An exploration of the unconscious of young people, carried out by young people (between twenty-five and thirty years old), trying to unmask their emotional fragility and fear of abandoning themselves to others.stable relationships, but rather fleeting “connections”, “disposable” passions, free from risk.
The messages he exchanges with a sex chat girl, Agave, now represent the only type of relationship he is able to establish. An eroticism which is an end in itself: two-way auto-eroticism. He is always looking for a better “product”, more intense performances that can be enjoyed “here and now”. Immediately