First of all this movie is not a comedy... The complex that niutta-enrico suffers from, can be healed elsewhere and with different methods, not with hate-spewing over the web, especially not on movies that don't deserve it. But let me get back to the movie.
As i said the comedy, or the comedic parts if you will, in this movie are put there to hide the depressive nature of the movie and sadly our world as it is, and it is a perfect example of how should one handle life and living on this planet. We should try to overcome every depressing and negative thing with a bit of comedy otherwise we will all lose the point of life, cause there isn't one anyway.
Other thing that i liked very much - the director did a really good job to try to explain people's different behaviour on a pretty much stright-forward theme, i.e. we (people) form oppinions biasedly, as much as we want to think that we are open minded, and forward-thinking it is impossible for us humans (since we are emotional beings) to not get attached to a certain topic based on the tellings/re-tellings and expiriences of our close ones. Thus, it is almost impossible in this vast world, to not have hate built in to us for a certain thing. Only when we all get this we will have a 'pink' world.
Other thing that was done very well in the movie, was the jumping between behaviours, as it is in the real life, since we are emotional beings it is imposibble to not get in fight with someone that we spend a lot of time with, which doesn't mean that we should give up, but on the contrary to try to understant our behaviour at the moment, ant try to find out why has it deviated, and never never give up, no matter what the situtation before you is. I should have sad this in on sentence but it would be the cliche line - "We shouldn't give up on anything, just because some ishes happened, but on the contrary we should always have positive state of mind, no mather the circumstances" and only this will lead us to the promise land - eternal happiness.
I would just like to end this, calling out the other reviewers, and say that i'm very sorry that myself, being at least half a life younger then them, am grasping the point of life, and i should've learned from them... ha... The irony.... With this last sentence i also wanna add - "Don't tell anybody dissapoint you in life", but try to taste/view/experience anything and everything before forming an opinion.
So just enjoy life, and if you haven't please watch this movie, especially if you are in bit of a crossover on your life.
Shoutout to Markus Goller - You did an excellent job on this one. Keep up the good work, and of course, no need to tell you, to not get demotivated from reviewers like these :D.
Thank you for this life changing experience :)