A yellowing class photo hangs on the wall of a restaurant somewhere in Rome. Although photos like this are common, this one is very special. Two of the boys in the picture grew up to be very famous: director Sergio Leone and composer Ennio Morricone. But who is the boy standing between them? The boy who lived his life in the shadow of these two iconic figures? Just for once, ‘John Doe’ is in the spotlight on a journey that crosses Italy and features quirky locals, town squares, churches and last but not least, Italian cinema. What does it feel like to literally rub shoulders with fame?

> My Name is Nobody will be shown in the ‘t Hoogt film theatre from 18 January