Overwhelmed by his wife, a Northern Italy postal worker feigns a disability to request a transfer to Milan and when he's unmasked is sent for two years to a far and tiny village near Naples; he moves there alone, scared and full of the typical prejudices about the south, but there he meets lovely people who make him feel at home. Now the challenge is explain it to his wife, so he chooses to make believe her that all the topics in the south are true and that his life is a hell. This is a remake of the french film "Bienvenue chez les Ch'tis".
Did You Know?
The movie has been dedicate to the memory of Angelo Vassallo, mayor of Pollica, killed in 2010. See more
The first section of credits has posed shots of the minor characters on the left side of the screen. See more
Written by Giovanni D'Anzi
(as G. D'Anzi)
Performed by Nanni Svampa See more