As viewers we are whisked past dinners fit for a painting to find a wife located in the crowd. But the marriage is short lived as soon a new non-binary bride comes along to leave the discarded ex looking on in disappointment. The camera scatters us through a party of queer dancers and concludes with the first bride riding sadly away on the back of the devil’s motorbike to the countryside. It’s a queer story. Populated by Neapolitan cultural motifs what stands out is the marked presence of Femminiellos, the non-binary spiritual leaders, that party together. These people surely paved the way for Nziria’s queer community. An impressive use of light imbues a sense of the angelic into dancers that further illuminates the reference. Yet there’s still space for subversion, as Amam Ancora, translated as will you love me again, subverts the hyper-sentimental, possessive and discriminative lyrics of traditional Neomelodic artists. We can’t wait to see what’s next.