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Watched this with my wife in 1984 when living in Milan. Loved it, may have helped that our Italian not so hot at the time and it's good slapstick. Rewatched Domani Si Balla tonight for the first time in 24 years and was not disappointed at all. Brings back the memories of the urban grime of Milan outskirts, the lovely rhythms of colloquial Italian, shades of Belusconi with the private TV stations and all their security guards. 10 out of 10 for fun. And the dancing music is great. We loved all the 'made in Italy' B movies we saw in the 80's and this was probably one of the the best. The opening sequence is reminiscent of 1920's french films.
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