Vai avanti tu che mi vien da ridere

Vai avanti tu che mi vien da ridere (Go ahead you as I have to laugh) is a 1982 Italian crime-comedy film directed by Giorgio Capitani.[1][2]

Vai avanti tu che mi vien da ridere
Directed byGiorgio Capitani
Written byFranco Marotta
Marino Onorati
Sergio Nasca
Laura Toscano
StarringLino Banfi
Agostina Belli
Music byPiero Umiliani
CinematographyGiorgio Di Battista
Edited byAntonio Siciliano
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Pasquale Bellachioma unfortunate Police Commissioner and bungling, creates a "master stroke" that can finally put it to light before their superiors, but the results of continuous failure. Came to know that his colleagues are looking for a "transvestite", Andrea Ritter, the only witness of some attacks in a head of state of an oil country, decided to precede them. Andrea kidnaps and decides to use it as bait for the killer of the head state. From here a swirl of unpredictable situations, escapes, disguises and trickery. Meanwhile Pasquale begins to be attracted by the "beautiful transvestite" which seems rather a beautiful girl. During a reception in honor of the head of state, Pasquale, thanks to a fortunate series of surrounding, he manages to save the life illustrious personage and to defeat the killer. Finally got some much-needed recognition of the police chief, Pasquale notices be in love with Andrea who claims a woman and not a transvestite. He chases the girl to declare his love but finds her in a toilet for men.


See also


  1. Roberto Poppi. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film. Gremese, 2000. ISBN 887742429X.
  2. Marco Giusti (1999). Dizionario dei film italiani stracult. Sperling & Kupfer. ISBN 8820029197.

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