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Maria Pia Casilio,
Fabio Bonetti has been married to Livia for almost 20 years. One day a private eye investigating on their neighbors, the Vitali family, by mistake starts filming and recording Livia's life. When Fabio gets the films he discovers his family life is far from being tedious and flat. Livia cheats on him, and their daughter Veronica is a drug addict. He is also under the threat of a terrible illness. Maybe Fabio will start considering a new life style. Written by
For some reasons, this movie seems to be totally forgotten, though it deserves better. Alberto Sordi is a great comic actor, and here he is at his best. By sheer accident, private investigators begin surveillance of his wife, and he comes to know many surprising things about her and himself, sometimes upsetting, sometimes moving, and mostly very funny. It is a very Italian movie, and at the same time very universal in its view of everyday life.
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