I went to see this film about a week ago and I must say that although I appreciate Ligabue as a musician, this film has become even more shallow and, I hate to say, insignificant than his last, radio freccia. In fact, it's the music that makes the film worthwhile to watch, beginning with the who's baba o'riley, the initial sequence grips you with the idea of giving votes from 0 to 10 to every event in your life, but unfortunately it drifts off in to the dreary problems of thirty-somethings shortly after that. the low point is the musical scene in the middle, that is supposed to mark the climax of the film but is just plain superfluous and an ache to watch.
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