The father calling his son "pezzo di merda" had me laughing hard.
Not the weirest of films, but I catch it as a blend of "Malena" and "Santa Sagre". There are many great scenes here. They are smart, funny, original or pretty - many of them certainly leave an impression. It's at a rather fast pace and loads of things appear all the time.
I feel it's biographical and dealing with his own childhood. The man has commented on that and said that it's not, but it really got that nostalgia or memory feel.
Girls and smokes. Drinks and farts. Weirdness and seriousity. You can relate, you can admire it.
7.5 out og 10 snowy peacocks.