In Loro, we meet Berlusconi during a stormy period in his career; his marriage to his second wife is faltering, and he has lost his formal political power. But he is still a power factor and a towering figure in Italian society and culture. Seen through the ambitious small-town thug Sergio, who aspires to a life like Berlusconi's with unlimited access to sex and power, a society is shown where beauty and wealth mean everything, and where morality has become an afterthought.
Loro is a bold and controversial speculation about what may have happened behind closed doors, and a current comment on the extravagance and madness of those who long for unlimited power. To spectators sensitive to depictions of excessive wealth and hedonism - you are hereby warned.