Tony Anthony had the idea, produced, stars and - it's a very good film! He's talking about ten times as much in the first fifteen minutes as in all other films with him together - and while the credits roll, he shows us more facial reactions, too. Some unpleasant scenes make you shiver, and the last 20 minutes are full of powerful pictures nearly without dialogue. Don't know about the English dubbing my fellow commentarist notices, the German one is okay. Papas, Stander and Conte only have guest roles, right, but Celi is adorable and Lucretia Love a pleasure to see. Recommended for those who want to see more Tony Anthony suffering.
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