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Sadly, he watches his father's stupidity get the better of him.
Maria Cecconi, in the film Bellissima, is very intelligent. She knows that any time she cries, her mother, Maddalena will do almost anything for her. When Maria cries during her audition, I believe she knew that that would get her the part and she succeeded, even though Maddalena would not let her do it in the end...
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At least her mother was smart enough to not let Maria possibly ruin her life like Iris did.
In "The Red Desert", Giuliana's son outsmarts her when he pretends he is so sick he cannot move his legs, therefore he would not have to go to school. Giuliana falls for it and she becomes crazier than she already is over her son...
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