With a total disregard for political correctness tells Caviglia the all but true story of Leonardo Zulliani, the boy who grew up to become the face of antisemiphobia.
It's a nice idea, to flip perspective and suggesting that bigotry against bigots is somehow also bigotry. Of course, it isn't, and the film makes this clear by it's sheer audacity.
However, some of the jokes are dragged out too long, and many are puns in Italian (hilarious, I do not doubt, but not easily, or cleverly, translated).
Still, a good romp.
Failed the Bechdel test
3 bow ties of 6