Mario Cavallaro wakes up every morning in the same way, in the same house, in the same district in the same city, Milan. He has just turned 50. Mario loves order, accuracy, timeliness, ...
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Numa Tempesta is a fascinating, charismatic, businessman at the top of his game. Driven by a ruthless, relentless need to succeed, Numa will stop at nothing to close a deal even if it means... See full summary »
Simone, a clumsy financier, falls in love with Claudia, who's living on her grandma's retirement checks. When the old lady dies Claudia hides the body in a freezer, and sets up a fraud with the help of some friends to avoid bankruptcy.
Yuri Pelagatti (Albanese) wants the evidence of infidelity of his ex-wife and assumes Arturo Merlino (Verdone) believing him a super detective. The two, accidentally, come into possession of a mysterious case filled up with money.
Set in modern day Milan, this is a Chaplinesque odyssey through the world of work - every type of work, but primarily unskilled manual labor, seen through the eyes of a kind, middle-aged ... See full summary »
Three men, each completely and utterly innocent in the eyes of their mothers, find themselves behind bars at the mercy of the Law. They are united by two things: politics and the dark forces plotting against them.
Mario Cavallaro wakes up every morning in the same way, in the same house, in the same district in the same city, Milan. He has just turned 50. Mario loves order, accuracy, timeliness, respect, the decoration, a low voice, staying every one to his place. His life is divided between the socks shop he inherited from his father, and a vegetable garden, unique passion known, put in feet on the balcony of her home. With his fear of change, imagine if his old bar is sold to an Egyptian and if in front of his shop arrives Oba, a Senegalese seller of socks. Enough is enough-and for Mario, the solution is simple and neutral at the same time: "Put things in place." So he decides to kidnap Oba and take him back home, from Milano to Senegal, one way. At the bottom, deliberation, if all they do the migration issue would be solved simply set the navigator. But then this paradoxical road trip becomes terribly more complicated, because Oba agrees to his "deportation" provided that Mario drive him ...