TUTTO TUTTO NIENTE NIENTE (Litteraly: all all nothing nothing) is the new movie with actor Antonio Albanese, for the third time directed by Giulio Manfredonia. Together they have already worked in é già ieri (2004), the Italian remake of Groundhog Day (1993) and in Qualunquemente (2011), starring his comic character Cetto La Qualunque (Litteraly: Cetto The Whatever), name inspired by the representatives of the Italian ruling class, such as Mr. Mayor of Catenanuova municipality in the province of Enna, Sicily, popular on the web, who has often been compared to Cetto La Qualunque, a character brought to television and movies that, though hard to believe, exists in the real Italy and who made the Bel Paese laughing and at the same time reflecting. There is a reason to think that, in all likelihood, the Mayor of Catenanuova is not the only one to resemble in so embarrassing way to Cetto La Qualunque. The title of the new project is the famous phrase from the repertoire of the Mino Martinelli, the contemporary philosopher and cocaine sniffing that from 'synthetic ideas' draws extraordinary intellectual conclusions.
In this movie Albanese splits himself into three characters, playing the ambiguous political Cetto La Qualunque, the secessionist Rodolfo Favaretto and the amazing mystical Frengo Stoppato walking a common path from prison to parliament. This film will close the cycle of Cetto. Paolo Villaggio will play a comedian who became Prime Minister. The idea came to Albanese and Piero Guerrera, a year ago, before the success of the grillini in municipal elections (Grillini are the politicians of the Five Stars Movement, followers of Beppe Grillo. Giuseppe Piero Grillo, better known as Beppe Grillo (born 21 July 1948), is an Italian activist, blogger, comedian, and actor. He is now involved in politics as the leader of the Five Star Movement.