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A big family that like any other one includes relatives that see each other often and others that rarely meet, reunite to celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of grandma Alba and grandpa Pietro in a big Villa, on the island they moved to. Because of weather conditions they all remain stranded on the island and the idyll between them seems to be over.
"A casa tutti bene" depicts a family interior that would have been noticed perhaps thirty years ago. After 10 years of strong economic crisis, in today's Italy this type of upper middle class family doesn't represents a very common model anymore. If Muccino's flick doesn't meet at all the drama levels from Vinterberg's Festen or italian tragic comedy from Monicelli's Parenti serpenti , the movie remains enjoyable and well acted yet very italian style.
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