15 October 2017 | Mrpalli77
I'm totally agree with Ghiretti from Netherland. I was a brat when this show was broadcast in Italian TV (in a channel owned by then commercial guru Berlusconi) and I liked it at the time just because we were shelled 24/7 by the media to watch and enjoy it, in a way similar to "Blair Witch Project" movie in late nineties.
To be brief, only a couple of actor had little experience in acting: I remember the dark Benedetta in a couple of Dario Argento's movies as a child actress, Bruno in "Acqua e sapone" (later on he said a curse out loud live on TV and that was his last performance) and Chicco in a movie starred by Jerry Calà (Holiday in America or something like that, I don't want to check). After the TV show, nobody managed to pursue acting career, because nobody really knew how to play before a camera.
Luckily, this show will be soon forgotten, because nobody from the new generation knows what we are talking about. The only thing I remember about the plot are the commercials: Raider (now Twix), Opel, Algida, Chesterfield (cigarettes commercial oh-my-god!). Nothing to add.