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The best Ezio Greggio ever seen and a good Renato Pozzetto are the protagonists of an unpretentious film. It was set between Milan and Riviera Ligure during an hot summer. Plot is a little banal, but there are many amusing scenes and also secondary characters are nice. Some scenes are almost unforgettable: the dinner with Pozzetto's relatives, at S. Remo casino, the night in boarding house for example. Some scenes are too politically correct, es. subplot with Pozzetto's wife; Ezio Greggio vote 9,5; Renato Pozzetto vote 7,5. I have seen better movies, but all things considered this is a reasonable movie. Final vote 7. P.S.: sorry for my English
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