Reviewed Feb 29, 2012
Paul Kruse’s review:
this gem will always remind me of the place where i had the pleasure to see it first. back in 1996 we (my dad, my brother and me) went to an ailing theater in my hometown. it was full with moth-eaten seats and they had a flame-spitting radiant heater one had to pass on the way to the restroom. there also was a bar in the back of the auditorium. i probably had a snickers and a coke. the seats were so deep and fluffy and i almost lay there like a patient on a dental chair - always afraid of bugs climbing up my back. unfortunately, the theater was recently transformed into a fancy club/disco.
in addition to the pleasurable memory Abbuzze! is probably the most cited film in my family. as a portmanteau film it provides a great amount of hilarious and often disturbing episodes knitted together by director Willaert (also famous for 'Manta, Manta', the big scree debut of Til Schweiger).
it seems to me that for every moment in your life Abbuzze! can offer a memorable quote. even if it's just about turning a switch from the left to the right or tomatoes from holland...