All Screwed Up



An anarchically outrageous funny from Lina Wertmüller, ALL SCREWED UP is ripe for rediscovery, an achievement as remarkable as the classics she made prior to and after: Love and Anarchy (1973) and Swept Away (1974).
It informs the story of Gigi (Luigi Diberti) and Carletto (Nino Bignamini), 2 Southern nation kids who take a trip north to obtain operate in Milan. Getting here with absolutely nothing however the clothing on their backs, they sign up with the labor motion and reside in a common house with other migrant employees, consisting of some combative love interests. Their imagine wealth degenerate into a series of slapstick experiences, from an uproarious effort at minor criminal offense to the day-to-day indignities of life in a dining establishment kitchen area.
A pointed satire that skewers the impression of status seeking, ALL SCREWED UP is important seeing for fans of Lina Wertmüller. With biting and abundant efficiencies from Diberti and Bignamini, it’s a funny whose laughs stick in your throat.