The latest film from Paolo Sorrentino (The Great Beauty) is the story of a young man’s heartbreak and liberation in ‘80s Naples. Fabietto Schisa might be an awkward Italian teen struggling to find his place, but he finds joy in an amazing family who love life, relish mischief and take deep pleasure in meddling in one another’s complicated relationships. Then comes a pair of events that alter everything. ‘The Hand of God is backdropped by azure waters of the Gulf of Naples and a tapestry of extended family life that's a joy to witness.' (Time Out)

The Hand of God film poster