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Which display did you like best?


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Although the question in the subject is very easy, the answer is often very difficult. We've seen six fantastic displays and personally I found it very difficult to choose a favourite.

I can't remember which display I liked best in November, but fortunately I can refresh my memory with Fuokista's movie. To my own surprise I came to the following top three with the movies.

My top 3:
1 - F.lli Romano
2 - F.lli Schiattarella
3 - F.lli Liccardo

Romano's display was good and had a nice pace. They used a classical italian set-up and I also liked that they used assortment of colours in the beginning. Halfway the display the timing of their shells was a little off (too fast) and I suspect them of using a little bit too much chinese stuff. Their finale could have been better as well.

Schiattarella would have been my number one if they had a more classical set-up. Some goes for Liccardo (great colourfull finale, which made a nice picture), but they also used a single fired salute as a bottomshot (which is a big no-no to me).

To my own surprise Bruscella didn't make it into my top three. Their display was good and fast, but it lacked something for me. Can't really figure out what it was, though.