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If you want to see the blue palm trees of Piazza Vittorio, if you want to see the sea at Ostia in super8, if you want to see Rome, the city of Romeo and Juliet, if you want to hear “Mission Impossible” played on the cymbalon gypsy-style, if you want to see a Cuban practice yoga, an Indian on a white Vespa at the Coliseum fotogramma film without a helmet so as not to muss his hair,

an Ecuadorian with pangs of love, a macho Arab wearing light pink, a man from Caserta sing in Hindi, an Argentinean who gets evicted from his garage, an Indian sitar player convinced he’s Uto Ughi, a New Yorker playing tables, a Senegalese girot who marries one of his students.

If you want to learn how to say shit in German, Arab, Spanish, if you want to know how to sell a used car in Tunisia, if you want to know how a Rajasthani who has just arrived in Rome should offer an orange drink to a girl on their first date, if you want to learn to make Indian chai using jars as percussions too, and Senegalese cous-cous while Senegal beats France at the 2002 World Cup, if you want to know how to smoke a cigarette backwards or how to convince the city council to buy a red-light cinema, but above all if you want to sing a song without words…
If you want to know all these things, then you have to see the film “L’Orchestra di Piazza Vittorio”. You’ll love the world and the people who live in it.