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A three-way love affair in the Rome of the early seventies. Construction worker Oreste and young fiancee Adelaide meet Nello, cook in a pizzeria. This love triangle often go to communist ... See full summary »
Lucia è sposata da dieci anni con Giulio che è appassionato di cavalli e sembra quasi preferirli alla moglie. Lucia cerca allora di ingelosirlo inventandosi un amante che le invia fiori con... See full summary »
Anna wants to improve her marriage to sculptor Marco but ends up having an affair with her new teacher Antonio as well. While performing a careful balancing act alternating between her two ... See full summary »
Enrico Maria Salerno
Tina is on trial for the murder of her lover, Gino. The violent nature of their relationship, revealed in the trial, seems to make obvious that she accidentally killed him during a fight. ... See full summary »
On entering her bathroom, Luisa finds a naked man showering. She calls the police at once and the man is arrested. At the police station Alberto, a psychiatrist, recognizes the man: he is ... See full summary »
The subject which Cayatte tackled in the late seventies was not legend;it was fact.Everybody knew that France was the world's third arms seller and that they sometimes sold weapons to countries which were enemies.
In the movie,Tongo and Zana ,two imaginary countries which sound African.Two biologists know more than they do.First the professor Marrot ,then Angela Ravelli (Monica Vitti) try to alert public opinion.
It's more a thriller than a truly political movie,and it's more entertainment than thought.But it was a courageous move from Cayatte ,the first French director who made a film about death penalty in 1952.
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