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Speaking both french and Italian and having lived in both countries, I have been able to appreciate and parallel both Benvenuto al Sud and Bienvenue chez les Chtis. There is no doubt that the Italian version is am exact copy of the French one and perhaps a little more originality would have benefited the film greatly. In terms of subject matter, the Italian one is more poignant as the Southern and Northern difference is much more notable in society. The film explores this theme well and obviously over the top for comic effect. However, the movie on itself just like the French version is not extremely funny but the viewing still remains a pleasant and relaxing experience. x
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