Watch Tolo Tolo (2020) : Watch Tolo Tolo (2020) Full Movie Online Free Checco is a young Apulian entrepreneur dreamer who has opened a sushi restaurant in his Apulia. However, after one month, the restaurant went bankrupt and he chose to emigrate to Africa to escape from debt. Here he adapts to being a waiter in a resort in Kenya, but Watch Tolo Tolo (2020) at the outbreak of a civil war he decides to embark on a stowaway trip on a boat for migrants to Europe and chooses to do it with his African friends. However, he would not like to return to Italy, but rather to go to Liechtenstein where banking secrecy is in force and there is a lower tax burden than in Italy.
|Release Date||:||Jan 01, 2020|
|Production Company||:||Taodue Film, Medusa Film|
|Casts||:||Checco Zalone, Manda Touré, Nassor Said Birya, Souleymane Silla, Gianni D’Addario, Barbara Bouchet, Alexis Michalik, Jean Marie Godet, Nunzio Cappiello, Eduardo Rejón, Fabrizio Rocchi|
Spinazzola, heart of the Apulian Murge. Checco refuses citizenship income and opens a sushi restaurant but, Watch Tolo Tolo (2020) after his initial enthusiasm, he fails miserably and decides to flee from creditors and the taxman “where it is possible to continue dreaming”: that is, in Africa, where he improvises as a waiter for a exclusive resort. There he meets Oumar, waiter with the dream of becoming a director and the passion for that Italy known through Pasolini’s cinema. Suddenly the war breaks out in Africa and the two are forced to emigrate, even if Checco does not aim at Italy but at one of those European countries where taxes and bureaucracy are less pressing than in the Bel Paese. They will be joined by the beautiful Idjaba and the small Doudou (“like Berlusconi’s dog”).
Checco Zalone , aka Luca Medici, this time is not only the interpreter and co-author of the screenplay (together with Paolo Virzì , abandoned the partnership with Gennaro Nunziante ) but also a director, and it shows, because his direction is pyrotechnic and sketched like his vis comica, always ready to open a thousand windows within a constantly interrupted speech.
Tolo Tolo is also the first directorial test of Checco Zalone who in his previous works had alongside him as a screenwriter as well as director Gennaro Nunziante . Instead for this new adventure, which he wrote together with the director Paolo Virzì , we find him in front (as an actor) and behind the camera. And it must not have been easy given the difficulties that had to be overcome: from the extraordinarily large number of extras, over a hundred, to the numerous sets set up. In fact, the film was shot starting from Italy from Rome to Bari to Trieste (where the last clapperboard was given), to land in Malta and then in Kenya via Morocco.
After almost four years then a new film that for many represents the work of maturity 10 years after the dazzling debut of Cado from the clouds but that in the theaters will have to deal with heavyweights such as Pinocchio by Matteo Garrone with Roberto Benigni , the last chapter of the Star Wars saga – The rise of Skywalker , and the new comic film by Ficarra & Picone , The first Christmas .
In the script, Virzì’s hand is barely visible , engulfed by Checco’s narrative bulimia , and the first part of the film suffers from it, less fluid and coherent than history would be, suffocated by that incessant voiceover that replaces narrative development visible. But as the story takes on rhythm and altitude, acquiring the increasing speed of the farce, people start to laugh.
In Tolo Tolo(which means “only only”) there is something for everyone: politicians incapable of dizzying careers, migrants in love with the brands (of poor quality performance), nostalgic Mussolini (because “we have all the fascism inside, ready to re-emerge, such as candida “) and favoritists in favor of ethnic” contamination “. In his all-round representation of the average Italian and its recurrent defects, Checco escapes from a country “that pursues us”, inviting the immediate identification of the public. The public itself will then be confronted with its own meanness and hypocrisy, its prejudices and selfishness, as well as the banality of certain populist slogans and the ineptitude of politics.
In the final apotheosis Zalonesinks the blow with a song by Zecchino d’oro that removes any doubt about his moral position. But until then he has kept his balance (for his part) on the ridge of political correctness, not with a hobbler’s qualunquismo but with the scientific determination to slash right and left, hitting 360 °.
The song, which portrays an African immigrant following an Italian man wherever he goes, asking for money and then ending up sleeping with the man’s wife in his home, laughs about all the stereotypes held on both sides. The American dancer and model Heather Parisi, who is a long-time resident in Italy and a frequent talk-show participant, said the song made her feel “uneasy”. She posted a message about discrimination and a lazy use of stereotypes in response. Her attack prompted former deputy Prime Minister Matteo Salvini to raise his eyebrows about excessive political correctness and send a message of support to the character Checco on Twitter, telling him “Checco you are great!”