Neapolitan Sting (1983)

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The last wish of Vito Fonseca dying is to be buried in his native Naples. And so it is. When the young and beautiful wife Fanny arrives in Naples, she discovers that her husband had a son, ... See full summary »


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15 February 2021 | RodrigAndrisan
A deadly boredom!
I wanted to see the movie firstly because of the beauty of Margaret Lee. She was very sexy in her films made in the '60s. Then because I liked Treat Williams very much in Milos Forman's "Hair" (1979). And because of Vittorio Caprioli, a great comic actor in many other films. Here, Caprioli is also the director and has a non-main role. I wasted over two hours counting every minute, wanting to finish much faster. The script, the story, is of no interest, everything is just dull talk, without any comic moments, so boring, absolutely nothing fun or worth watching. Caprioli, Treat Williams and Margaret Lee would have done very well to not make this movie.

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