Walter is 20. He hasn't got a job, a girlfriend or any clear convictions. He rejects conventional values, notably his father's submissive acceptance of a life working in a factory as well ... See full summary »
Walter is 20. He hasn't got a job, a girlfriend or any clear convictions. He rejects conventional values, notably his father's submissive acceptance of a life working in a factory as well as a social life, including sex (he is, self-consciously, a virgin). An on-and-off philosophy student, he'd like to be a committed nihilist but is too insecure. 'All Fall Down' paints a picture of Walter as he weakly tries to find his independence. Written by
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In books, it's always fantastic with women. One glance and she's yours for life. Or for one night, which is just as good. Try to do that in real life and you'll end up behind bars. My peers, said the papers, started with oral sex at 14, went all the way at 16, had enough of women by 18 and became impotent or serial killers. To protect myself and others, I was a virgin, so I didn't have to worry about premature ejaculation.
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Tutti Giù Per Terra is one of the few worth watching italian movies in the last five years. Not that the storyline is so different from the other italian crap of those times, but the nihlism of the main character fits well with Mastandrea clean acting, Valerio really kicks ass in this pic, Manni playing the father is fun as always but also very dramatic, and he gets the best last line in an italian movie ever, just before he kicks the armadillo!! I laughed for like an hour! Ferrario did also a good job with his next corageous effort "Guardami", but this movie was way better. 7 out of ten.
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