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La Liceale seduce i professori
With some Italian bad words, in the first scenes, begin this comedy by the award-winning duo Mariano Laurenti and Franco Milizia that opens with a style that takes its toll on the British tradition. A film that relies on a cast of great names: Lino Banfi, Alvaro Vitali, Ninetto Davoli, and the good characters as Jimmy Il Fenomeno, Fabrizio Moroni, Nando Paone and Carlo Sposito.
However as we well know you can have an Oscar winning actor but what matters, in this genre, is the feminine side and also here, Laurenti works with great names. The always beautiful high school student Gloria Guida, the beautiful Lorena De Selle and the busty Donatella Damiani.
The title is not right, because at the end it is only a professor who is seduced, while all the others as the school principal and her mates can only watch the high school student with froth at the mouth, in a story that has, in my humble opinion, some little pearl. For example, I can't avoid laughing every time when Angela (Gloria Guida) gets off the train with her Indian blackbird who say hello to Banfi/Davoli with a "hello assholes!". On the other hand, we must underline the "mastery" of Laurenti in the inevitable shower scenes, with our heroine soaps and rinses without see and hear the presence and comments of Lino Banfi. For the rest, however, the canvas is always the same.
Angela arrives at the home of Pasquale La Ricchiuta (Lino Banfi), principal of the local school, widow, with a lover, son and brother-in-law (with Lorraine De Selle, Dario Silvagni, and Ninetto Davoli) at the expense. He hosts her for three months to get a favour for a quite parent who wants to take away the girl the Roman perdition.
Angela is immediately categorized as a great bombshell, by her new friends, she is rebellious and brazen and decides to seduce Professor Casalotti (Fabrizio Moroni) for, as she said, to appease him a little. Naturally she succeed but the thing generate the usual messes, while in another story line we see Pasquale's lover, in the arms of his brother-in-law, while Pasquale tries to become the director of the local band, in a "dualism" with Alvaro Vitali.
A second half a bit boring, a second narrative line really useless and a ending thrown away, are, with the songs sung by Gloria Guide “Come vuoi, con chi vuoi” and “Stammi vicino”  composed by Gianni Ferio who compose also the soundtrack), the weak points of a comedy that for its genre is however more than decent.