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It is a nice Italian movie based on episodes. Characters are often ill-tempered (like in I Mostri) but in a very funny way. Stories are silly but they want just to make fun and, IMHO, they succeed. Walter Chiari and Raimondo Vianello are very good actors, but in this movie Paolo Panelli steals the scene. If you like this great roman actor, misknown and not remembered as he would deserve, this can be a chance to enjoy him, especially in the first episode where he organizes a complex radio transmitting system to help his 10 years old son to (finally) pass a school exam. The whole family is in charge to address the possible topics of the test, each one with a specialized book or encyclopedia. The situation is funny and the expressions of Paolo Panelli are worth seeing.
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