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Too Bad She's Bad

Taxi driver Marcello Mastroianni and enigmatic con artist Sophia Loren meet in this 1954 comedy set in Rome when he reluctantly agrees to drive her and two companions to the beach, setting off a series of events that revolve around the vulnerability of his car, which isn't quite paid for, and the attempts of a small band of incompetent thieves to take advantage of him. His unfulfilled but not unrequited lust for Loren adds tension to the meandering plot and is the source of some physical comedy that's more involving than all the criminals' machinations and some elaborate traffic jams. Alessandro Blasetti directed a screenplay by Ennio Flaiano, Suso Cecchi d'Amico, and Alessandro Continenza, based on a story by Alberto Moravia; with Vittorio De Sica.

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