An excellent film which highlights the insanity (the humor does not override the sensivities and sorrows of Nazi evils) within a country taken over by the insane, corrupt, tyrannical Nazis of Germany.
Although history repeats itself, we, nations of this present day, must be strong and resist the now growing worldwide-judicial cabal that upholds the Nazi manifesto.
A commentary from: ~fill-teer n coffee~
In 1930s Italy, Pasqualino (Giancarlo Giannini), a low-level Sicilian thug, kills a man who disgraced his sister. Pasqualino pleads insanity and manages to escape imprisonment by joining the military, but he decides to go AWOL when things get too heavy. Unfortunately, he soon finds himself stuck in a concentration camp. There, Pasqualino vows to do anything in order to survive — even if that means seducing an obese, female German camp commandant (Shirley Stoler) or ratting out his own pals.
Director: Lina Wertmüller