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My main reason for seeing this farce was the fact that it stars the stunningly pretty Edwige Fenech. Her presence is all well and good; but as a movie in its own right, this leaves a lot to be desired. The game suggests that the movie will take influence from Robert Louis Stevenson's classic novel; and it does. What we have here is a sort of sex comedy revolving around magic potions and split personalities. The plot focuses on Dr Jekyll; a boy who finds his another side thanks to his grandfather, who mysteriously lives in a bed in his basement. However, instead of turning him evil; he turns into a camp blonde 'nice guy'. I really liked the randomness of this film; there's no true cohesion to the storyline and it really does create it clear that the movie is going to do anything it wants. However, what it does generally isn't all that interesting, or funny, and I spent most of the duration feeling rather bored. The movie also details what has to be one of the most irritating soundtracks ever written. Edwige Fenech is something of a disappointment too as she isn't given much occasion to look sexy and it feels like a bit of a waste. The movie rattles on for about ninety mins and the ending doesn't offer up anything that really warrants seeing the film. Only hardcore Edwige Fenech fanatics need apply...and to be honest, you'd be better served seeing one of her Giallo's again.
From the tiny there is accessible to read about this film, I can't trust how vehemently it's condemned (obviously by folks unfamiliar with star Paolo Villaggio's special brand of comedy); he's been one of Italy's largest comedians since the mid-1970s, particularly his seminal 9-film series revolving around hapless everyman Ugo Fantozzi made between 1975 and 1999. By the way, I saw the actor (who occasionally dabbled in writing and directing) in 2004 at the Excelsior Hotel in Venice - while I was attending the Movie Festival there - as he mingled with the another guests on the terrace, still in his pyjamas! Anyway, it's no surprise that the movie bears tiny resemblance to the plot of Stevenson's original novella, and was, in fact, extremely topical in its satirical treatment of different social problems (industrialization leading to dehumanization and aggressive marketing competitiveness yielding nothing less than chemical warfare) close to the troubled Italian case of the time - despite being set (and shot) in London! Still, the Italian game - which translates to DR. JEKYLL AND KIND LADY - misleadingly suggests that it will be taking a gender-bending spin on happenings in the vein of Hammer's DR. JEKYLL AND SISTER HYDE (1971), with Villaggio metamorphosing into the luscious Edwige Fenech...but, actually, the 'kind lady' is none another than the curly-haired and effeminate do-gooder into which the evil Dr. Jekyll (dwarfish and given a hairy look for max effect) is eventually transformed! Actually, the Jekyll here is only the grandson of the popular doctor (a photograph of Fredric March is lovingly displayed on his mantel-piece); the latter still lives, unbeknownst to the actual owner, chained to his bed in the basement of the mansion! As is to be expected, the movie has an anything-goes attitude (with proposed candidates to act as promoter for the doctor's formula narrowed down to the Pope, the Queen and Sir Laurence Olivier!) and a surreal tone (a running gag lifted from the Fantozzi movies but which never fails to crack me up - and would, therefore, probably go over the head of most foreign audiences - is the long list of derogatory games which precede figures of authority); the finale, then, is pure wishful-thinking as everybody is eventually turned into the photo of benevolence - but this produces an unfortunate side-effect in that the working class takes to picketing vs their employers' just treatment of them!! Clearly the most disappointing aspect about the movie is its sad waste of Fenech: despite appearing as Dr. Jekyll's voluptuous secretary (who falls for his alter-ego, but he's too saintly to reciprocate her affections - while the repulsive Jekyll can only hope to lust after her!), she has tiny to do and, worse, there's barely any nudity (especially since she, too, succumbs to the benign formula before long - turning into a blonde, with the equivalent curly hairdo, but saddled with a pronounced lisp)! As one can see from this review, I quite enjoyed the movie - thanks also to an Armando Trovajoli score that contains an infectious recurrent pop song - and generally found it more consistent than the episodic and usually patchy Fantozzi series; that, however, may be due to the fact that it's helmed by an expert in the field, having directed the movies of many an Italian comedian - foremost among them the nice Toto'...and the modest ** rating is merely a reflection (or admission, on my part) of its inherent low-brow nature and middling i.e. not exactly nice overall quality.
If you think that a combination of Dr. Jekyll and Edwige Fenech is a sure indicator of something both naughty and messy, then prepare for utter disappointment.Truth is that this movie is not: (a) Horrific: Dr. Jekyll is a ludicrous and inadequate hairy dwarf; (b) Erotic: There is little/no nudity, and the sexiest thing Fenech does is to wear a pair of specs; (c) Funny. Unfortunately it thinks it is. Instead it is just risible; (d) Worth 10 mins of your time.The only value I extracted was interesting views of 1970s London, and a confirmation that the whole decade was a sartorial and cultural disaster. To be avoided at all costs .....
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