Roberto is a doctor in a small town near Naples. He suffers from a severe heart disease and he is heading toward an American hospital for a dangerous surgery with little or no hope of ...
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Vincenzo and Paolo, two friends who have been recently dumped by their girlfriends, decide to take revenge each making the other one's ex fall in love with him to then leave them and break their hearts, but the plan doesn't go as expected.
Two cousins haven't spoken for almost twenty years, thanks to the enmity that their fathers feel toward one another. But an accident suddenly brings the cousins back together and thrusts them deep into the heart of the mafia.
Roberto is a doctor in a small town near Naples. He suffers from a severe heart disease and he is heading toward an American hospital for a dangerous surgery with little or no hope of surviving. Therefore he talks to his best friend since childhood, Michele, a columnist at the local newspaper, explaining his last and long-wanted desire: having sex once with his Swedish beautiful wife, Frida.Written by
Alessio F. Bragadini <email@example.com>
Very funny Neapolitan comedy. The plot is witty and original, and the trio Salemme, Casagrande and Buccirosso is at its best. The comedy's only limitation is that it all revolves around the city of Naples (the largest city in Southern Italy and the 3rd in the country): its dialect, its traditions, its sense of humour. Most of the jokes would be hard to grasp for Italians from other parts of the country, let alone for foreigners. In other words, if you don't find this funny, please try to understand that most of the lines are untranslatable: most jokes seem indeed stupid and make little sense when translated into English, but let me assure you they are quite witty in the original version.
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