Two shoeshine boys in postwar Rome, Italy, save up to buy a horse, but their involvement as dupes in a burglary lands them in juvenile prison where the experience take a devastating toll on their friendship.
Vittorio De Sica
That's it? A documentary of The Simpsons in the past 20 years? Come on Groening you could've done a million things for this! Instead you give us an episode about Krusty getting married? What a load of crap! Now to be fair, it was kind of interesting to learn about stuff about The Simpsons that not many people know about. But still I think they could've put a lot more effort into it. Actually, to be honest I kinda liked it. But I don't think that many people will watch a boring documentary about the series. Knowing the attention span of some people. They'll shut it off after 5 minutes. In short it could've been a lot better. Here's to another 20 years!
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