After the first Zum Zum Zum, Little Tony is back to cause problems with his wild heart and unforgettable voice
From the very start, the sequel to Zum Zum Zum – La canzone che mi passa per la testa, reveals how the happy ending of a love story can be far more complicated than it first appears. After having spent the entirety of the previous film chasing after his beloved Rosalia, Little Tony and his fantastic quiff are now chasing after a Nordic-looking beauty who flies airplanes. The same cabin crew have more less all returned for this flight, including TV presenter Pippo Baudo, singer Orietta Berti (as a nun) and little Walter Brugliolo (known to most as “Popoff”), who tries his hand at dancing the famous Kozachok. For the most part, the comedy is entrusted to Peppino De Filippo and Enzo Cannavale. Whereas with regards the singing, naturally Little Tony gets the lion’s share. In one song he asks Ma che male t’ho fatto? (“What did I do to hurt you?”). He is simply irresistible, and you will find yourself incapable of not forgiving him and his wild and inconsistent heart.
Tony, the boyfriend of girl-next-door Rosalia, falls in love with Valeria, who is not only sophisticated but also an airplane pilot. This makes the rich Gianni jealous, who accuses his love rival of have committed a robbery. Tony ends up behind bars, but manages to escape and prove his innocence. He realises that Rosalia is the only girl for him, and when he gets back she is ready to forgive him.