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Divorce Italian Style

The year 1962 was special because the divorce was illegal in Italy. The law appears to be an impediment to the Baron of Sicily, who is married and falls in love with his cousin and vows to marry her. This young man must prepare an emotional crime to get rid of his wife in order to remarry.
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TV Guide
November 06, 2007 A brilliant comic performance from Mastroianni which has been compared to the deadpan style of Keaton.
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April 29, 2005 It is the most subversive jab at Mastrioanni's chauvinist characters possible, circumstantial metaphysics in which the lecher is targeted by the very film he inhabits.
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April 17, 2011 Mastroianni, who was Oscar-nominated, truly shines in this wildly funny, darkly humorous Italian comedy, which was a huge international hit.
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Chicago Reader
January 16, 2002 It remains a terrific entertainment, a European corollary to Preston Sturges.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
June 15, 2006 Wickedly funny black comedy satirizes Italy's antiquated institutions.
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November 06, 2007 Skillfully written, with a penetrating, almost brutal glimpse of Sicily and its antiquated way of life, it has been directed by Pietro Germi with lagless pace and consistent incisiveness, evoking constant chuckles rather than isolated guffaws.
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November 08, 2007 Years ahead of its time.
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New York Times
May 20, 2003 This is one of the funniest pictures the Italians have sent along.
Creative Loafing
May 06, 2005 Murder has rarely been as mirthful (cinematically speaking, of course) as in this uproarious Italian comedy.
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