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Most modern italian comedies look way too predictable to be enjoyable and interesting.
Many Vincenzo Salemme's films are so 'n so and the weakest part are predictable dialogues.
Can't say if it's because of the Enzo Iacchetti's story or if the Vincenzo Salemme's screenplay would have been a masterpiece even without Iacchetti's contribution. Anyway, the movie is almost perfect. I gave it 9 stars because it really has it all, the flawless script, the acting, the timing, the dialogues, the softness, the little jokes and the elegant allure from the Napolitan traditional comedy.
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