Love is a game, and as with every game, it has its rules. Renato, a womanizing father, teaches Marco, his clumsy son, the Decalogue of seduction: ten foolproof rules to make any woman fall in love. However, the results will be not what the two of them expect when love knocks at their door.Written by
Canon y mus
Written by Umberto Sulpasso
Performed by UROCK
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Nice and simple
It's a pretty common and simple romantic movie but, anyhow,very enjoyable. The story is nice and funny. Not as bad as the votes here in IMDb. It has a public: people who just want to have a nice time, laugh a little, without having to try to understand a plot. As I said, the plot is very simple. It's just a shy and sweet college drop out guy, Marco, who is in love. He lives with his friends and has a playboy dad. It's a movie about love. The question is: Is love an art or a science? Does it have any rules? Marco's dad thinks it has 10 rules and if a man follow them, he can get any girl he wants. But love is not just "getting the girl" and love can't be based on lies.
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