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Tutto tutto niente niente

Original title
Tutto tutto niente niente
Italy Italy
Antonio Albanese
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Comedy | Politics. Sequel
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Synopsis / Plot
The film follows Qualunquemente (€16 million revenue in 2011), except that this time round, the brash character of Cetto La Qualunque, played by Antonio Albanese, is joined by two equally rambling co-stars. The first, Frengo, is a priest within a drug cult. The second is Olfo, a secessionist and Northern League supporter from Venice who exploits people on the black market. Together, they are taken from prison and thrown into parliament by an unscrupulous undersecretary.
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