Francesca, a 17-year old school girl, has a vivid dream of making love to Enrico, a 37-year old divorced architect and family friend. She turns her dream into reality by meeting Enrico during a regular school day.
Did You Know?
The film score was composed by Piero Piccioni, one of the future leading Italian film score composers. He was a suspect of the infamous 1953 Wilma Montesi murder case. Montesi was a normal Italian woman from a proper family. Her dead body was found on a beach near Rome. Piccioni was later acquitted. The murder remains unsolved. The investigation exposed the drugs and sex orgies of Roman high society at the time and inspired Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita. See more
Two different buildings are used in the ending scene as Francesca's residence where Enrico drops her off in his car. The building clearly has no glass lobby in the long shot. It has a glass lobby in the close up shot. See more
di Dino Olivieri
(as Olivieri), Nino Rastelli
Edizioni Leonardi, 1936 See more