Synopsis by Dan Pavlides
This comedic political satire lampoons Russian communist leader Josef Stalin and ridicules the brief period of communism in Italy following World War II. The leader has sex on a bedspread with his own likeness. A hammer and sickle, along with a swastika, is prominently displayed on the posterior of his lovely mistress. The film continues with a series of sight gags, puns and short sketches with some brief interludes of female nudity. The finale finds Stalin's coffin being removed from the mausoleum in Red Square in Moscow and Italy finding another government.
Communism, historical-spoof, sex