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Muriel Santa Ana,
Actually I think it is a good movie, but it didn't match my initial expectations. The advertisements spread out that this movie would be a funny comedy, but despite some punctual funny scenes, overall I felt this movie to be more a drama with a delicate plot.
I must grant that the plot is quite original, but my disappointment came from the fact that the movie spent a lot of time focused on breaking several taboo subjects. And none of this subjects helped the movie to be funny, which was what I expected.
In addition, the female character was good but too much dramatized I would say. She didn't provided any fun and even turned some possible fun sketches into drama. Not sure if the director intended this on purpose or if it was the actress' responsibility. As I said I expected more fun here.
At least I had good laughs with some of Aldo's lines and the scenes that included Aldo and his lawyer.
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