Imagine Munch’s Scream on top of a Milanese skyscraper, when business stress has devoured the stomach and a deal from several “kappa” has just vanished: obviously it will be a “fi.a!” Sesquipedale.
Thus begins “I drop everything and open a chiringuito”, the first cinematographic adventure of the Milanese Imbruttito in theaters all over Italy from 7 December (obviously Sant’Ambroeus) in three hundred and fifty copies.
“That word is a secular prayer – explains at the preview at the Odeon cinema the protagonist Germano Lanzoni, among other things the official speaker of Milan at the stadium – It is one of the two effe, together with that of Turnover, which holds the world together “. At least that of the Imbruttito, a manager who first rose to web mythology thanks to the inventiveness of a creative trio composed of Tommaso Pozza, Federico Marisio and Marco De Crescenzio, and then became “a true Milanese mask”, like those of the commedia dell’arte . Ready, the distributor Medusa, the producer QMI and the Il Terzo Segreto di Satira directing team hope to conquer the boot. In short, “beyond the circumvalla”, beyond the Cap 20121, what defines the city’s nobility (according to the MI). The materialistic manager that danees count for has his own well-known philosophy: when you are at an event, “you only have to remember who invoices you as or more than you”; “The tram is the poor-mover”; “The lift must be called while the front door is closed, to optimize times”. Here, a guy like this, after a nuanced deal, gives up everything, sends the super-chief guru to Steve Jobs (with the face and unlikely tail of Claudio Bisio) to that country and dives into the business of a chiringuito bar on a Sardinian beach. There, the business is not there, but the manager will understand that “the Imbruttiti should not be brought to Sardinia, but Sardinia to the Imbruttiti ones”. Fable with morals and a series of laughs connected to the encounter-clash between the metropolitan and the natives of an imaginary pastoral village called Garroneddu. “I leave my comfort zone – explains Lanzoni – and I take the intern Giargiana with me, of course”. In Milan the film was shot between the buildings of Citylife, Piazza Duomo, via Paolo Sarpi. The “cradle” to which, of course, the Bruttito will return.
Last updated: Tuesday 30 November 2021, 06:00
© REPRODUCTION RESERVED