Domenica D Agosto

1950

Sunday in August

6.8

The plot weaves several episodes with several groups of people, Roman families, youth gangs and young love couples, who spend a Sunday at the beach of Ostia.

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Mai dire Domenica
Mai dire Domenica
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Buona Domenica
Buona Domenica
Buona Domenica
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Domenica Cinque
Domenica Cinque
Domenica Cinque
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Domenica Cinque was an Italian entertainment television news program broadcast every Sunday on Canale 5 and rerun on Mediaset Plus and Mediaset Extra. It was produced in collaboration with Videonews.

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Mai dire Gol della Domenica
Mai dire Gol della Domenica
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Striscia la Notizia
Striscia la Notizia
Striscia la Notizia
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Striscia la notizia is an Italian television program on the Mediaset-controlled Canale 5. Its name in Italian translates as "the news slithers", a probable parody of the slighting Italian journalist, submitted to politicians and overwhelmed with shame. The polysemic term Striscia, in English strip, can recall both a line of cocaine and the comic strip. But Striscia is also the slithing snake: this show worm in the hidden holes to unmask the television cheats. Founded in 1988, it is meant to be a parody of the daily news, which airs right before the program, but Striscia also satirizes government corruption and exposes scams with the help of local reporters who are also comedians. The program is directed and produced by Antonio Ricci and is hosted by two major comedians. Usually Ezio Greggio is assisted by another comedian for the winter season, after which there is a change of guard.

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