In Love Is All There Is (1996), Bronx bigwigs Count and Countess Malacici are outraged when their daughter Gina (Angelina Jolie) is cast in a school production of Romeo and Juliet opposite Rosario Cappamezza (Nathaniel Marston), the son of their bitter rivals. A long-standing food feud exists between the Malacici’s upscale Neapolitan eatery and the Cappamezza’s family-style Italian restaurant, with each fighting to drive the other out of business. The Malacicis find the Cappamezzas to be low class. The Cappamezzas think the Malacicis should kiss their working-class asses. Soon Gina and Rosario make the beast with two backs onstage and off. When Gina finds herself happy to be beneath Romeo Rosario, both families get royally screwed.