Little boy Tommaso has several imaginary friends who like to play cruel pranks on the staff in his house. When new maid Mara arrives, Tommaso bonds with her, but his jealous imaginary friends devise the cruelest prank yet for her.
David Raybourne is an American journalist covering political news in Italy during the 1970's. He is involved with the Red Brigades when trying to help a friend (Alison King), who ... See full summary »
Usually i don't go to see Italian movies because they're usually rubbish. But this time happened that my father Was invited to a kind of premiere in my town(lots of the scenes were filmed near my town as for some of the actor are from my town) i it was for free... so I went...although some interesting features of the directing, the story is terrible, not even believable, tragic and sad beyond any possible real situation (as for all the Italian films) a group of friend that are all jinxed. The script is empty and at the end of the film you get the feeling that nothing really happened...and you say: "and then?..." It's a film without message except that you feel very very lucky not being one of those characters!
The only positive features is that most of the actors are not professional actors, and some not even amateurs actors...
You should see it just to see how awful it is...
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