Twenty years ago, while they were 12th grade students, Giorgio, Lorenzo, Piero, Luisa, Virgilio and Francesca were a high-spirited band. Then they graduated, integrated themselves into ... See full summary »
A brilliant recent graduate struggles to find work. After falling into a babysitting job, she is introduced by the child's mother to the world of the international call center, its employees, and the fast pace that drives them.
Now in the Far North (i.e. Milan!), Alberto has accepted to manage a program for efficiency improvement in the Italian Post. He devotes all his time and all his energy to this noble (?) ... See full summary »
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 »
I always laugh at Italian comedies. This one was no exception. The plot was simple but the film concentrated more on the people and social stereotypes. The characters were next-door people, very well interpreted by the actors. I find very interesting the subject of questioning whether escorting is something that women should be ashamed of under any circumstances. The movie picks the side that it can be excusable and maybe one of the few ways to quickly make good money. I liked the fact that thought-provoking is subtle and light. Usually films try too hard to create debate on social matters with melodrama but I like the comedy way. In the film it is also shown how an internet café is a hanging-out spot in a neighborhood of poor immigrants and how the owner offers free services although being on the verge of closing the place down. All in all, the meaning that is gotten across is that we should not judge with our eyes fixed on a list of good and bad deeds, but also lay a bit our eyes on the context.
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