I remember how we met, Giorgio. On that October day in 2018, I was rushing to the airport and had stopped at your shooting location in Brooklyn. I believe you've worked on "American Marriage" at that time. Tell me about this movie and what forces you to make it real.
I wanted to make this film because it talks about immigration, and about the Green Card. And it's a very hot topic now. It has always been, but especially nowadays, and we always make the mistake to think that immigration only concerns poor people and illegal immigrants. But as, as you know, we all, artists and foreigners, have to deal with immigrations, visas, and problems to stay in America. And this is something that we have to deal with, all of us. So I think that it was about time to make a film about the green card and about the problem getting it and to stay in the country for everybody. I think that also, I wanted to make this a comedy because it would be too easy to make the drama. I like to find the funny aspect of everything and especially when telling a story about an Italian guy who falls in love with an American woman. And, I think that when we talk about important issues, we should always do it with a smile, otherwise we'll never get out of it.