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I'm lucky to have learned Hungarian from my mother because I don't believe I would have enjoyed this movie in a dubbed version. I don't think they even produced a dubbing.
However, there are many funny slapstick movies with a lot of confusion among the nine-ten characters. But among all the movies of the kind this includes the biggest mess ever! People being dead and presidents betraying their wives, boxers running around naked in the hotel... and so on. I laughed tears.
It reminded me of a stage play I once acted in: "No Sex Please - We're British". You can draw some parallels.
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