Parallel to the real trailer for Rapiniamo il Duce, a fake trailer for the film also appears online thanks to Maccio Capatonda.
Approximately 24 hours after the online debut, the film’s trailer appeared. Let’s rob the Duce been observed (at the moment) ca. 62 thousand times on the official Italian Youtube channel Netflix who is its manufacturer. In parallel with the well-thought-out marketing strategy, another trailer was released. The caption for this video belongs to Maccio Capatonda who actually plays a role in the film and put one of his talents at the disposal of the advertising campaign.
The comedian should be added to the long list of famous fake trailers Rob the Duce, an edited version in which only his character appears. Basically a fake trailer for the real movie, a novelty for its resume as a trailer. This video is called my big movie was uploaded to the official Youtube channel capatonda and was seen 151 thousand times, almost three times larger than the real trailer. Also note that subscribers Netflix I 981 thousandand those to the channel Maccio I am half 479 thousand. Obviously, this is not a competition, since the end goal is only one: to promote the film so that the most people see it.
Below fake Rob the Duce trailerbelow real trailer.
Rob the Duce: the plot and trailer of the film with Pietro Castellitto and Matilda De Angelis
Producer Renato De MariaRapiniamo il Duce is set in Milan in 1945. In the chaos of a war about to end, Isola has become the king of the black market and fights for survival. Yvonne, his secret girlfriend, works as a singer at Cabiria, the only open nightclub in the city. But even Borsalino, the fascist hierarch, a ruthless tormentor, is madly in love with Yvonne and is ready to do anything to get her. Isola and his men intercept the encrypted message and discover that Mussolini has hidden his huge treasure right in Milan, waiting for an opportunity to flee to Switzerland. Isola cannot miss the chance of a lifetime and therefore decides on a crazy idea: to rob the Duce.
Below trailer for the film Rob Duce., in preview at the 17th Rome Film Festival As well as streaming on Netflix from October 26.
Source: Coming Soon