Life and work in a police station of Rome. The chief of the station, Giovanna Scalise, has arrived in town after a long period passed in the city of Palermo, Sicily, where she fought ... See full summary »
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Checco is born on the privileged side of life in an Italian small town, with a guaranteed job as a public servant. When a new reformist government vows to cut down on bureaucracy, Checco is forced to accept worsening conditions.
its virtue - the nice to be nice. not original, not good. only nice. Italian at whole, like a dish with pasta in tomatoes sauce. nothing different by many other series from same family, nothing new but the best option for a soft evening. because the jokes, the dramatic situations, the special characters and the beautiful actors - not always the beautiful acting - are present episode by episode. and that fact is the key for its success. ordinary people, different situations, the victory of carabinieri, not perfect but so lovely vulnerable, wise, funny, love-lorn, courageous and always ready to serve the citizen interests. a not bad ingredient - the dialogs. but not always. and that fact is far to be a significant sin in this case.
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