- Gabriele Tinti plays Bruno
- Gianni Lalvina plays Gesuino
- Carlo Giuffre plays Caimano
- Luciano Salce plays the "madman"
- Stefano Amato
- Armando Brancia
- Antonio Di Leo
This film has three different parts artifially linked by the fact that they are seen as dreams by an ice-cream street vendor who lives in a boat storehouse.
- An engineer who is back from Africa films his tender moments with his young wife. By accident (or maybe due to a sacred statuette brought from Africa), the film is broadcast on all
the tv sets of the building instead of the sunday football match.
- A cunning young man manages to have some fun with his friend's bold fiancée.
- A mad scientist has created a new type oflaser beam. On the request of the ice-cream vendor, who is head over heels in love with a TV announcer (speakerine in French), He causes her to disappear in the middle of a programme and to reappear in his own lab. The girl enjoys the situation and is receptive to her new lover's declaration. The mad scientist takes advantage
of the scene by watching them making love.
From a review originally published in La Saison Cinematographique 1981, translated by Prophilo.
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