sorry for the mistakes!
it was the slap of Gianfranco D'Angelo at the beginning of the movie,
or maybe the body of Edwige Fenech that he sees often, but the career
of Giuseppe Valerio Fioravanti aka "Giusva" ends here. The artistic
career to be precise, because Fioravanti becomes a despicable
right-wing terrorist, author of brutal murders, some of them unpunished.
But we want to talk about this movie (...), because we are here for
this film of 1975 who in the title and a little in the intentions cites
"Grazie Zia" by Samperi of 1968. But we aren't facing in a disturbing
drama here, but with an "italian sexy comedy", precisely the genre
"young vs. MILF" with the young man who dreams and the woman who
teaches him the secrets of sex and of the life.
But if on the one hand "Grazie Nonna" use, with success, the beauty of
the beloved Edwige in other hand, it doesn't have, apart Gianfranco
D'Angelo, any comic relifs. Here in fact there is an air of bored
bourgeoisie that goes in contrast with the "people" represented by
other films of the genre The result is a slower movie, more
melancholy, saved only by the grace of our heroine who plays Marijuana
a Colombian woman, (let us know if you find South American characterist
in Edwige Fenech) who returns to Italy to meet the family of the
deceased and elderly husband. Therefore she meet children and
grandchildren who are waiting an old grandmother .
As soon as she arrives, everything changes. Carletto (the infamous
leader of the NAR, Fioravanti) is in charge of the family to hold off
the granny. He keeps hidden the women until he can. Then his father and
his brother discover all and start a race to conquer the beautiful
With the usual scenes of showers and some other unreal, the beautiful
Edwige also won the respect of the citizenship of Pisa, the city where
the film is set.
Along with the aforementioned actors, there is also Enrico Simonetti,
more appreciated as a musician, that here play the father and also
composed the music played by his son Claudio, the of the "Goblin".
Valeria Fabrizi in the shoes of a jealous waitress was the wife of Tata
Giacobetti one of the members of the " Quartetto Cetra" movie, theatre,
television actress, and finally a model for "Playboy" in 1976.