A family of four lives in a shantytown on the outskirts of Rome. The household participates in a variety of sexual eccentricities, land swindles, incest, narcotics, and adultery.
Ugly, Dirty, and Bad (Brutti, sporchi e cattivi) is a 1976 Italian grotesque film directed by Ettore Scola.
At the 1976 Cannes Film Festival, it received the Prix de la Mise en scène.
The protagonist is played by Nino Manfredi.