A l'è mac cine' - in Piedmont 'doing cinema' - is an expression that is used when a person pretend, or rather recite, as movie actors. "Do not make cine!" Can say a mother to her son, who is pretending to be sick to avoid the school.
With this title, authors and actors want declare that they have played 'making cine': on the one hand, highlighting the staging; on the other, violating all of its rules.
The two stories that interweave in the series reflect these two modes: the love story of Rita and Osky, and the attempt of Paola and Giovanni to act in a movie.