I have seen this bizarre satire at a certain turning pointscholarly, literary, sentimental, erotic, philosophical, social, creativeand it still has that exciting taste, that kick. So maybe it's not about the movie that much, but about the moment I saw it; I remember distinctly at least three charactersthose played by the beautiful Di Lazzaro, by Grimaldi and by a lady who looks like a chilling character actor whose name I forgot.
Largely, ALCUNE speaks melodramatically about evil, malice, bad people. It's also a satire, very popular and Decameronesque in tone.
I stroke out on my own and track down this eerie satireabout greed, lust, beauty, treasona lurid tale, perhaps in the ancient 'giallo' line. At a certain moment of their sadly banal careers, the two beauties of ALCUNE SIGNORE PER BENE had this chancemany would hesitate about calling such a flick by the pompous name I just gave it --and are maintained in a certain life in this medium.
A special mention for the tasty Mrs. Grimaldi, who plays a naughty but funny porn starlet.
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