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Stefano is turning thirty in a small town in Romagna. He has a boring job, a family he loves, lots of debts and he always thinks about the good old days he spent studying in Bologna with his friend Mauro, now a lawyer. Because of an error of the bank, he suddenly receives 6 billions lire (3 millions USD) and he decides to change his life... turning back time: he will pretend to have a new job in Bologna but he will go to town every day to live the life of a grown-up student. But in Bologna he meets Antonia, leading him to a double identity.Written by
Alessio F. Bragadini <email@example.com>
I am writing this note, because I found the title of this film 4 years after seeing this movie.
I saw this film when it opened in cinemas in Italy in 1999. As usual on a boring Friday night with friends drinks and nothing much to do.
Carlo Viti a very ardent fan of European films, suggested this film and Sala Reposi in Torino played host.
The movie a well made piece of Italian film, and symbolizes the average Italian and his films and his needs very brilliantly.
A very nice comedy especially Paulo and Luca. The switching between 2 wives and the pains of 2 families and finally when the 2 wives get to know each other ... the hilarious italian way of showing life on a screen is very evident.
In all, this is a film for you to watch if you like Italy, Italians, they unique culture and everything Italian !!!!!!
Go ahead and have a good Friday night with friends.
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