Version: Italiano | Length: | Year of production: 2001
“Nolimits” was developed from an original idea by Enzo Iacchetti and Mario Giacaz. The bungling comradeship of an improbable group of thieves is used to link together the various sketches.
Version: Italian | Length: 25' | Year of production: 1998
The festival of laughter
This crescendo of different voices has one element in common, the desire to provoke peals of laughter. The programme brings together the protagonists of several humorous sketches, and blends them into an explosively funny show.
Version: Italian | Length: 55' | Year of production: 1998
Based on paradoxical situations and on an endless succession of inventions and bright, original ideas, this series is set in the contemporary world, and its characters are inspired by daily life.
Version: No dialogue | Length: 50x1' | Year of production: 1996
Fifty minutes of fun, the right length for a programme. However, the 50 minutes of the Mad Machine can also be enjoyed in small quantities, 50 small fun “pills” lasting one minute each.
Version: No dialogue | Length: 50x1' or 1x25' | Year of production: 1995
All 27 minutes of these “Schizocomics”, a kind of old-fashioned entertainment which takes place in one the tiny theaters in old Milan, are evidence of Arturo Brachetti’s next to impossible poliedricity, unconstrained surrealism and poetic verve.
Version: Italian | Length: 27' | Year of production: 1989
What happens when a lady goes downtown to do her shopping and leaves the store forgetting her tiny dog behind? In this story the strangest and most unexpected things happen when a good-hearted surveyor tries to bring the poor beast back to its mistress and is mistaken for a robber by a somewhat too zealous police constable.
Version: No dialogue | Length: 30' | Year of production: 1986