Fred, Diego and Paolo are members of a diabolic and brilliant agency which provides alibis to their clients. Fred falls in love with Clio, defender of truth and honesty, and can't tell her ... See full summary »
In the present day, three friends to make ends meet invent a "criminal tour" for the places which were scenes of the Banda della Magliana criminal acts, even with vintage clothes. Suddenly ... See full summary »
Gabriele is a divorced dad who is completely focused on taking care of his 10 years old daughter Sofia. Until the day he meets Mara, an old friend of his, and falls in love with her. There is only one problem: Mara seems to hate children.
Fabio De Luigi,
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.
Cesare Proietti is the esteemed manager of the Relais Colombo, a luxury hotel in Milan. When a group of new Chinese business partners want to revolutionize everything, the hotel owner's ... See full summary »
Christian De Sica,
Brando De Sica
Christian De Sica,
year old who is a successful journalist on the web dealing with high technology and has a 15-year-old daughter, Yolanda, the legacy of a shipwrecked marriage. Yolanda is tired of seeing her... See full summary »
Diego is a successful entrepreneur. Rich and not caring for the good of others, no scruples to belittle the next. His attitude turns against him when he forgets in his airport bathroom his ... See full summary »
Italy, 1952. The young official Furio Momenté is sent to Veneto region, near Polesine, to investigate a shocking and mysterious case: a minor has in fact killed one of his peers claiming to have killed the devil himself.
Gabriel Lo Giudice,
I was expecting this movie to be good because of Paola Cortellesi, but what a waste! It's not clear if it is a children movie or not. Mostly it is, if it weren't for all the curse words in it. The movie is really unrealistic (and I'm not talking about the Christmas witch), so it can only be considered a children movie, but I wouldn't let my children see it if the characters say all of those curses. So, who is the audience? Because they failed in both cases.
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