Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
In this comedy, Franco (Alessandro Benvenuti) and his brother Fabio (Enrico Montessano) are the fortunate heirs of a thriving Tuscan textile business formerly owned by their father. These men are united by two things: their common parentage, and a relentless determination to get the better of one another. Franco is much smoother, a university-educated man, while Fabio got his education on the streets. Their ever-escalating shenanigans, designed to inconvenience the other and eventually bilk them out of their share in the business, come to a crescendo in a fistfight between the two men. They batter each other so thoroughly that they forget what they were fighting about.