Luca Matarazzo. But to call him “Luca” it takes more or less thirty seconds for one of the few veterans to possess that innate quality capable of turning his back on arrogance: humility.
When you ask him what time he arrived in Naples, he answers Wednesday.
But he doesn’t give you time to catch your breath, which immediately begins to justify himself by saying that he hasn’t eaten the baba yet.
Because Luca’s strength is precisely that of inserting himself into the context, in all those organization charts which, even if they do not belong to him when reading the identity document, end up belonging to him after a few moments.
Turn your back on the superfluous, on all that impetuous chatter that can lead to competitive gossip.