Starring Paolo Bonolis, Sergio Rubini and Stefania Rocca, the film mocks the Italian political class and its hypocrisy. The zealot politician Massimo (Paolo Bonolis), proponent of a law about the defense of family, has a secret flirt with Martina, a young emerging actress (Elena Santarelli). To divert any suspicions, he brings his family on holiday to Paris, leaving his beloved looked after by his driver, Mariano (Sergio Rubini). After photos portraying Mariano and Martina as lovers are published on local gossip magazines, Mariano's wife faints, is hospitalized and leaves him. Massimo comes back to Rome thinking to be out of danger, but Massimo and Martina will revenge on him. The happy ending comes on Christmas's eve when the truth bobs up.