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Harry Dean Stanton
That was the second movie from Romy Schneider after the third "Sissi" movie. It played in a beautiful area in Italy with a romantic mood. Romy had a "youth virgin" role as the girl(called)Scampolo. Scampolo is a girl who don't know how to speak/react when a man is interested in her or in love with her. So she asks her older girlfriend who tells her bad and typical stereotypes about men. That makes she cautiously and distrustfully and so it takes a time until she began to show feelings to her lover Roberto Costa.For today movies it had too much kitsch but I think something like that is absent in today's films. This movie is the first I've seen from Romy Schneider(except Sissi) and I love her because she was very beautiful and she is a legend in Germany and for me!
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