A dark comedy centering on the lives of a Neapolitan based family whose father, a fish merchant, is so infatuated with the reality TV show "Grande Fratello" (the Italian version of "Big Brother") he starts living his life as if he were on it.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:116 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:Italian,Neapolitan,English,Latin
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:religion,   naples italy,   priest,  

Luciano is a charming fishmonger whose unexpected and sudden obsession with being a contestant on a reality show leads him down a rabbit hole of skewed perceptions and paranoia. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Ese C (br) wrote: one of the best documentary i have ever seen,wow great stuff amaizing.

Samuel T (ag) wrote: I agree with a previous poster... Frost looks so much like John Cusack it's hard to even pay attention to the rest of the movie.Steve Zahn was pretty great, but something seems kinda skimpy about the movie over all. I can't quite describe it other than to say that it felt sorta under-developed. But I'd watch it to get a sense of Frost now to see where he started to compare to where he goes as an actor (like an early Ryan Gosling); I think he has loads of potential.

Benny H (us) wrote: I worked at a summer camp and I had to watch this with 2x a week with different groups of kids for 4 months and on about the 20th viewing it earned the second star out of pure determination.

Joaquin E (ru) wrote: Steve Martin & the rest of the crew at their best in this adaptation of the Phil Silvers show from the 1950's. Great laughs!!

bill s (ca) wrote: These type movies were the rage of the times and this so called thriller is one of the worst.

Eric J (es) wrote: Insightful documentary of the legendary LGBT icon. Compassionate narration by Harvey Fierstein.

Stephanie R (au) wrote: excellent. barbara streisand is amazing.

Alan V (de) wrote: I have just sat down and enjoyed 136 minutes of the most enjoyable movie one could possibly watch. On my own, in a darkened cinema, on 35mm film with no stinking popcorn, cellphones or yacking, 9 spools of sheer entertainment.I am sorry world, that the only way you can catch it these days is on a television screen ...and that ain't good. Brilliant!

Julia H (kr) wrote: Still watching films set in Sicily.....

David C (gb) wrote: Very fun movie. crude and vulgar action and comedy. I literally laughed at loud at the ridiculousness.

Manny C (de) wrote: This compelling, top-notch police thriller is a pulse-pounding pleasure from start to finish, concerning a cop (Jason Patric) chasing after a perp. It's a simple premise, but it's more than that courtesy of director Joe Carnahan who fills this film with the same palpable sense of urgency that powered police classics like The French Connection.Narc is a no-nonsense throwback to those great films from the 1970's, one that speeds along with B-movie verve, but also laced with telling details. Patric digs into his best role, and Ray Liotta is all kinds of dynamite as a cop with motives of his own. Get crckin'.

Joana V (au) wrote: This has become my go-to romantic movie to see.