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[Aldo is trying to convince himself that Claudia and her husband don't exist - Aldo is looking at Giovanni with a shocked look on his face]
What the hell do you want?
[turns back to the steering wheel]
Where's he going, that bastard?
[seeing Giovanni in his rear-view mirror]
Oh, please! Why? *Why me?*
[covers his eyes with one hand and keeps his other hand on the steering wheel]
I'll count to three. 1... 2... 3!
[crashes into the back of Giacomo's car]
[seeing the crashed cars]
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I saw first three films with Aldo Giovanni & Giacomo, three actors I loved very much in their TV gags. In their films, by my opinion, they didn't succeed in making good plots (that is basic for a good film). After having missed their LA LEGGENDA DI AL, JOHN & JACK, I've come back to Aldo, Giovanni e Giacomo's movies and I'm very satisfied. TU LA CONOSCI CLAUDIA is perhaps their first real film, with a real story and many humorous scenes (some of them really amusing). I appreciate their effort in order make a film that wasn't only a sum of gags, but had an interesting plot. Perhaps the choice of leaving direction to Massimo Venier has been important in order to give more substance to plot and also for acting better. I think the film makes people's soul happy and I've come out from the cinema with a smile on my face.
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