Introduced from one version or add Manu LJ the success of compianta Giuni Russo giving the title to the film, on seven episodes photography is built on celluloid that Carlo Vanzina, supported undergoing screenplay dall'inseparabile brother Enrico, made at time of that the Italians love to spend between beaches and swimming pools.
Seven episodes dedicated to Dino Risi, but in silence, "Why did not want Risi dedications and never here about the film", says the same Vanzina.
Seven episodes set in as many tourist resorts and taking off from Peschici, where the former cornuto Nicola (Lino Banfi) made a victorious return, after twenty years, covered with wealth and married to a beautiful Swedish (Victoria Silvstedt), misunderstandings generated by the usual Pugliese dialect of the protagonist (Corrado confused with support) and a certain critical to the typical appearance of flag mania.
We move then to Forte dei Marmi, with the two ultras Florentine Cecco (Massimo Ceccherini) and Manfredi (Alessandro Paci), interested in bringing the great Real Madrid goalkeeper Manzanas accompanied by girlfriend Miss Venezuela (Marisa Jara), and Rome, where , In the wake of the episode Luigi Comencini content "Those strange occasions" (1976), the two lovers Italo (Enrico Brignano) and Luciana (Nancy Brilli) remain blocked in lift, highlighting the indelible roots "borgatare" of many imborghesiti citizens of the capital, while their spouses await them on a boat anchored in the port of San Felice Circeo.
Surely one of the most successful moments of the film, which, first of honor "Thursday" (1963), quoted Risi with the sciagurato divorced father Enzo (Enzo Salvi) around Ostia along to his son, continues to Capri with the fake gay Dudù (Biagio Izzo), owner of an antiques shop which is having to make company to Debbie (Alena Seredova), breathtaking wife of a U.S. billionaire, leaving out a certain complaint against bisexuality often unreported of the third millennium.
Everything, with the dubber Giulio (Gigi Proietti) to act as thread between the various episodes, until such time as, on holiday in Porto Rotondo, is forced to replace the great actor George Adonazzi (Maurizio Micheli) in theatre "The Lady of the Camellias", exhilarating achieving results because of its memory problems.
For the best segment of the film, which, freely inspired by a sketch dell'umorista Dino Verde, encompasses the whole sense of the operation, aimed to highlight the importance of a type of popular entertainment often prepotentemente and easily with bullata the adjective "vulgar" by critics concerned solely to promote the so-called "autorialità."
Not before, however, to assist in Ischia all'inciucio between the violinist Cosima (Anna Falchi) and the viscido Ugo Persichetti (Ezio raw), agent and husband of a fat opera singer struggling with powerful laxatives, during a sort francioliniano remaking of the "Tales of Summer" (1958) which shows once again how the divo of "Striscia la notizia" or a worthy heir to Raimondo Vianello, functioning like him more about that little on the big screen.
How well the entire feature film, probably supported by a cast largely in form but closer look in general to "A cyclone in the family" to "Taste of the sea".