The Italian Job

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  1. Kizmet

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  2. Johann

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    Scandalo di imbrogliare all'esame? :smile:

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  3. decimon

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    This would not surprise me anywhere. What oversight is there?

    This somehow reminds me of The Life of David Gale. I seem to be among the few who liked that picture.
     
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    Yes, very few. One exception: while Roger Ebert gave the film zero stars (rare) his colleague Richard Roeper gave it a 'thumbs up.' Based on the wiki, I don't think I want to see it. Convoluted absurdities - OK, but everyone should still be alive after the sex scenes, or I won't buy a ticket. This appears to be a porno-murder flick with philosophical pretensions / overtones. Not my cup of Viagra. Or my cup of Kafka, for that matter.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Life_of_David_Gale

    A movie on the Italian scandal - OK, I'll watch ... sex scenes or no. Nobody dies.

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    An Italian movie with no one dying? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_10th_Victim
     
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    Interesting. I note from the Wiki that the story inspired comedian Mike Myers - leading to the very first appearance of his character, Austin Powers (International Man of Mystery). Oh my, we're a long way from the Italian cheating scandal, now! :shock:

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