Living with her father and stepmother in Naples, Anna is very unhappy as her stepmother hinders her attempts to live her own life. While her parents are away, she goes out with Carlo, but finds herself locked out when she comes home. This angers Carlo and he asks Anna to go away with him to Rome, where he plans to liquidate his business assets in order to have money for marriage. He quarrels with his partner and is implicated when his partner is found murdered. Although innocent, he is convicted and given a long sentence. Anna has a child and, finding it impossible to support her child , returns to Naples. The stepmother's conditions are that before she will agree to house the child, Anna must commit herself to a reformatory for unmarried mothers. Written by
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Did You Know?
You earn a lot.
I do. I could afford a first-class funeral for my dreams. Seeing you again brought them all back. You were in my most beautiful dream, you know.
Yes. That one took the longest to die. I've always remembered you as you were then: happy, carefree, laughing. I loved seeing you laugh.
Referenced in La vita che vorrei