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Federico Fellini original intended this as his followup to The Nights of Cabiria. Sophia Loren and Gregory Peck were set to star. Only when Loren's illegal marriage to Carlo Ponti made it impossible for her to come to Italy, Fellini left the project and made La Dolce Vita instead... See more »
Giannini and Hawn are on the West coast of Italy, traveling by car towards North, therefore the sea would be on their left, instead it is on the right. See more »
Giancarlo Giannini plays an outstanding role as a guy who has a mistress and the opening scene shows them both together in bed. Giancarlo leaves and comes back and finds Goldie Hawn answering the door of his mistress house. To make a long story short, he takes Goldie Hawn on a trip with him to his dying father's house. However, along the way he tries to hit on Goldie and as she sits innocently with her legs crossed. These two stars fight like cats and dogs through out the picture or just like a married couple after a year of each other. This is a very screwball comedy involving adultery and anything else that is not kosher. Goldie looks so young and beautiful and both actors give an outstanding performance. This is truly a great Goldie Hawn Classic film with plenty of laughs.
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