Even the posters for the film are a take on classic Italian mystery flicks from the sixties and seventies: an intriguing, hybrid game that is cultured, caustic and pop. The video is filmed live, with English subtitles directly translated from Neapolitan, which UNESCO declared a genuine language.
The actors enthusiastically playing their parts are the whole Isaia family: Alessandra, Barbara, Corrado, Daniela, Enrico Senior, Enrico Junior, Gianluca and Massimiliano. "Through their participation," says Gianluca Isaia, "they explain the rules of great sartorial tradition in an ironic and almost metaphysical and metaphoric way. As the actors are grilled by the interrogators, the viewers learn how a jacket is constructed and the Neapolitan definition for its special parts, how a person can recognize a well-made tie, about internationalism, and even company plans and accounts."
Gianluca Migliarotti confessed that to achieve a palpable sense of anxiety, pathos, and authentic pressure during the interrogation scenes, he screamed at the astonished actors to terrorize them, obtaining more authentic acting according to the Stanislavski method.