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This comment is probably only of limited value, since I watched an unsubtitled Italian-language version of the film, and unfortunately I speak no Italian.
However, some things were clear enough. The film concerns a flirtatious and somewhat petulant young woman called Valeria, who goes on a trip with a man named Nino (possibly her brother) and another male friend. The three of them travel from place to place by motorbike and sidecar, sleeping in a tent at night.
This film seems to be a lighthearted comedy, with Valeria being chased constantly by men, and with the three main characters messing around in places such as the funfair and a camping ground for international tourists. Even without being able to understand much of the dialogue, I found the film to be reasonably entertaining. It was also nicely shot (especially compared to what I usually watch - the b-grade science fiction/horror of this period!).
Overall, I have given the film a rating of five out of ten because although I enjoyed it, my opinion could possibly have been drastically altered depending upon what the dialogue is actually like.
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