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Rimini, Rimini - un anno dopo
We should have been more curious, let's say hungry, considering we were
teens one year older. And yes, of course, even the sequel of "Rimini,
Rimini" takes us back to some interesting teenage memories, including
boobs, trivial jokes and double meanings, but there has always been
something, even at the time, that have never totally convinced us.
And that something is that here, although it may seem strange, it goes
down even more than the predecessor. Bruno Corbucci, with Mario
Amendola and Sergio Donati, writes the screenplay, remaining faithful
(needless to say) to the plot of the genre and taking new interpreters
that should attract a large audience. Rimini, as someone wrote,
catalyses again all the silly things of the world and this time the
stories are even more absurd and sketchy.
In the charming town of Romagna, we meet Andrea Roncato, always in the
role of a priest, sent to a radio station in Rimini to air a religious
transmission. But women, to be precise those who are in the radio
(Loredana Romito and Petra Scharbach), attract him more than religion.
Nicola (Maurizio Nicheli) instead has an adventure with Francesca
(Isabella Russinova) but the Texan husband (Adriano Pappalardo) catches
them and wants to take revenge. That is, he wants to have sex with
Nicola's wife. But Nicola exchanges his wife with the maid, but the
Texan is more lord and goes to bed with the maid.
Then the always dear Renzo Montagnani plays a well-known playboy, who
goes through a moment of physical exhaustion. Friends in jest, (try to
imitate "Amici Miei") convince him that it is a diet problem and
recommend a strict diet. He is madly in love with the beautiful
Flaminia (Eva Grimaldi) and to take her to bed he accepts an abundant
dinner, taking revenge on his friends. Alì (Gianfranco D'Angelo)
instead is the best vu cumprà at the service of the bad Teseo
(Gastone Moschin), married to Carla (Corinne Clery). Ali in love with
the woman manages to cheat Teseo and conquer Carla, revealing not to be
a vu cumprà but a Roman that so disguised makes more money. And
finally the "precious piece" of the film. If in "Rimini, Rimini" ended
up in pedophilia, here we talk cheerfully about rape. Inge is a strict
German housekeeper who keeps the girl entrusted to her in prison. The
girl takes revenge, calls a radio pretending to be Inge and desperately
looking for company and then runs away from home. Three motorcyclists
present themselves rep Inge and she is happy (!!!) and becomes from
here much open-minded.
"Rimini, Rimini – un anno dopo" does not even give us the trash
sympathy of the predecessor, just, right, the esteem for Montagnani
that for once have sex with someone. And then if someone is nothing
less than an amazing Eva Grimaldi ...