Buongiorno papà (Italian for Good Morning Dad) is a 2013 Italian comedy film written, directed and starred by Edoardo Leo. It was nominated for two David di Donatello, for best supporting actor (Marco Giallini) and best original song, and for two Nastri d'argento, for best comedy film and for best actor (a nominee tied between Raoul Bova and Marco Giallini).
Andrea is a Roman manager, who lives in an apartment with his friend Paolo, who works playing the clown at birthday parties. One day Andrea receives a girl of 17 in his home, who claims to be his daughter. The life of Andrea is upset, but he will be forced to become a father, and to take responsibility with his new family.