It’s 11:45 pm in a quiet town of the Italian Riviera. The DJ of a local radio show is flooded with requests for songs about the moon. The “live” studio of the radio station has no windows the DJ cannot admire the extraordinary event that is taking place on the outside. That night, the moon is unusually larger and brighter. A phone-call from a man who claims to be an astronomer interrupts all romantic dedications and the usual chatter. His explanation of the strange phenomenon makes the DJ panic and freezes the audience: this isn’t your typical night with a full moon, the end of the world could be coming real soon. It will be quick and merciless and “… there won’t be time for sensational news-casts, not even enough time for a fart” … will it be true?