Three comic skits set in Milan. The first is lame, worth seeing only for a few glimpses of Edwige Fenech's body (I doubt that many Japanese women - she plays one here - wear what she wears after taking a shower). The second is the best: Michele Placido is by far the best comic actor in the film - he doesn't push for laughs, so he gets some. The third is pointless, and unfortunately the longest; an example of its idea of humor is the overdrawn homosexual caricature of Celentano's right-hand man.
Final recommendation: fast-forward through the first skit to get to the "good" Fenech bits, watch the second in its entirety and skip the third altogether. (**)
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