Quo Vado is the story of a loafer from southern Italy who will do anything to stick on to his pen-pushing common administration post
It’s an old custom, as Italian as pasta. Come the merry season – and into the new year tasteless drama named cinepanettone pulls individuals far from their TVs and into silver screens.
In any case, the achievement of the most recent cut of celluloid light help, Quo Vado?, can be measured by the straightforwardness with which it has booted its closest adversary, Star Wars: The Force Awakens, clean into space. Quo Vado? took more than €22m (£16.5m) over the three-day occasion weekend toward the start of the year, about equalling the aggregate the new Star Wars film had made in three weeks.