A husband and wife lock their diaries in a drawer and also know that they read each other's entries, a device which takes them from one sexual encounter to another.
Did You Know?
This movie is set in the era of the approaching Second World War in Venice, Italy where there is a backdrop of fascism. Director Tinto Brass
had previously helmed Salon Kitty
(1976), a movie which was set in World War II amidst Nazism, i.e. German fascism. See more
In the scene Laszlo shows Nino how to use an instant camera. That was not possible in the period the story takes place (Mussolini's fascist Italy). They are using a Polaroid Land Camera model 95 and its production was from 1948 to 1953. See more
[while his wife sleeps
When did you ever give me this flesh that sets my prick on fire?
Referenced in Passion Remembered
Ma le gambe
by Bracchi, D'Anzi
Published by Curci See more