Checco, an uneducated but self-satisfied fellow from Milan, who has always dreamed of becoming a police officer, fails his entrance exam for the third time. It must be said that at the oral examination Checco said that the reason why he wanted to join the police was benefits in kind and cronyism! But the young man has connections and he soon finds himself a security agent at the Milan Cathedral. Of course the bumbling idiot proves a living catastrophe! Spotted by Sufien, an Arab terrorist who is preparing an attack against the cathedral, Checco appears as the perfect sucker. To manipulate him, he sends his charming sister Farah to him, with the mission to seduce him...
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Alice A (fr) wrote: Potente. Commovente.Liberatorio.Ma la cosa pi stupefacente una Stefania Sandrelli perfettamente in parte e capacissima di recitare. Ce ne ha messi di decenni per imparare, ma il risultato lascia a bocca aperta.
Kim B (gb) wrote: Ok this film is very stupid with a cliche undercover cop plot thats barely feasible. That being said it still managed to make me laugh a lot. Something about men dressing up as women for pretend never gets old. You really cant take this movie seriously as its offensive and in bad taste but funny.
Lee P (au) wrote: terrific screenplay and performamces
david t (ru) wrote: i would like to see this one..
James M (us) wrote: Merely a vehicle to prove Vanessa Paradis' talents as an actress. It comes off well, she is more interesting than the film itself.
Kelsey F (jp) wrote: I grew up with this movie. Never gets old!
Tobin K (de) wrote: Billy Barty as a midget Nazi. Comedy gold.
Ismail F (ca) wrote: Carl Theodor Dreyer's Ordet (1955) based on Kaj Munk's play by the same name (first performed in 1932) is a profound exploration of the problem of faith in the world. One can easily see some of the terrible derivatives it created in the likes of the talentless buffoon Lars von Trier. Although it doesn't compare to Dreyer's stunning masterpiece, The Passion of Joan of Arc, it contains enormous intellectual and emotional depth and the permutations of the notion of faith that it explores in contemporary Protestantism is interesting (considering what a terribly dull subject that is) and Dreyer's choice to stage the miraculous, in a world and a time where it seems like complete madness (Birgitte Federspiel as Inger, says at one point that she believes that miracles happen in small, cumulative ways, almost secretly or invisibly, none of the spectacular showmanship of the bible), in his typical austere, understated way, is deeply moving and beautiful to watch. It is hard to believe that a man who doesn't really believe directed an entire two hours film on the power of faith and its capacity to heal!
Luciano G (nl) wrote: If stupid things make you laugh then this movie is for you..
william m (br) wrote: What seems like a pretty obvious plot-line to me turned out to be a very well told and visually creative movie that kept my attention. It certainly made me want to be limitless.
Jade K (nl) wrote: I think I like this one a lot because my grandpa was a stand in for Lee Marvin
Andrew S (it) wrote: Perhaps the only movie in history to be considered a great watch mainly because it is, in fact, very hard to watch.