Checco, an uneducated but self-satisfied fellow from Milan, who has always dreamed of becoming a police officer, fails his entrance exam for the third time. It must be said that at the oral... See full summary »
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.
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Overwhelmed by his wife, a Northern Italy postal worker feigns a disability to request a transfer to Milan and when he's unmasked is sent for two years to a far and tiny village near Naples... See full summary »
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6th January 1975, in an infant nursery in Palermo (Italy), for a mysterious reason, a male nurse exchanges the labels of baby number 7 and 8. Thirty-one years later Tommaso (7) and Daniele ... See full summary »
Are the first to post comments on this very nice and foamy film of my fellow Cecchi Zalone, the film is really a real treat for the people of the south. It is based on dialogue and prejudices people in the north against the south of us called "southerners" from the hard core of the Northern League. Comedy Bari, irreverent and vulgar, but this was pleasing to many people, myself understood. Checco is a true comic, caricature against hyper - show business personalities and politicians. A character who has started its way into local program Baresi and then emerge nationally through Zelig. I am sure that his career will be long and his way of presenting the faults in the south, I find it ironic really nice.
Has a great road.
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