SHOOT LOUD, LOUDER... I DON'T UNDERSTAND (1966 ITALY)
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Way-out comic fantasy starring Marcello Mastroianni may look bizarrely surreal, but it's really just a staple in mod Italian cinema of the 1960s. Unorthodox sculptor can't distinguish reality from his dreams, which causes him trouble after he believes he has seen a murder cover-up. Raquel Welch drops in intermittently as a gold-digger who drives a fancy car, while the picture's unwieldy title refers to Mastroianni's mute uncle who communicates with his fireworks (!). Choppy, quirky, deliberately disconnected comedy from director Eduardo De Filippo was sold domestically using Welch's image. Silly chaos, running on empty.