Quo Vado? The title is a twist on the 1950s epic Quo Vadis (Where Are You Going?) is breaking Italian film industry records, regardless of a general downturn in ticket deals taking after the terrorist assaults in Paris in November.
A piece of information to the achievement of this tacky parody is that Quo Vado?, notwithstanding the standard platitudes, has exhibited some opportune parody – and hit a political nerve.
Featuring the prominent comic on-screen character Checco Zalone, it is the story of a loafer from southern Italy who will do anything to stick on to his pen-pushing common administration post, in spite of being sent toward the North Pole; it has ringed with a country burdened by a distorted work market.
Italy has a notoriety for ensuring state authorities occupations forever, while millions battle without a lowest pay permitted by law and others join as unending assistants. This is notwithstanding a subsidence that hit numerous laborers hard.