In a Sicilian town signed by countless problems provoked by a rampant dishonesty, the inhabitants elect a major which promises order and legality. But the truth is that the town (and Italy) is corrupted and dishonest beyond redemption.
Pietrammare, a fictitious village in Sicily, cries to change with the election of an honest mayor. After implanting a strict legal system, the new first citizen tackles the want to return to old rules by inhabitants and his relatives, Salvo and Valentino.Written by
Very realistic political satire, with great ideas, but unfortunately it was realized in a very childish way sometimes, as if a 15 year old wrote the dialogues.. and the main character salvo lacks carisma, so they jokes dont work that well either. a lost oportunity, because the story itself is very good. especially the last minutes when the new mayor tells the people, you wanted the change, but to change the town you must change yourself.
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