The film that introduced the fateful pairing of Al Bano and Romina Power.
A love story brought to life by great musical numbers and the comedy of Franco and Ciccio.
In its own way, Nel sole marks a historic event: it was the film that saw the fateful pairing of Al Bano and Romina Power, the singing duo that probably best knew how to win over melody-loving audiences in Italy and worldwide. Part romantic comedy, part youthful melodrama, but with moments of pure comedy gold assured by the crazy presence of Franco Franchi and Ciccio Ingrassia. The highlights of the film are undoubtedly those moments when Al Bano gives in to his desperate need for love through song. Above all, the song Nel sole reigns supreme, Al Bano’s first big hit from which the film took its name. A must have in any respectable playlist of classic Italian pop.
A high school student makes ends meet by waiting tables, while at the same time pretending to be rich to win the girl of his dreams. He will land himself in trouble, but in the end she forgives him.