Phone calls: A man happens to listen to a phone call between a lady and a man who loves her; using that knowledge, he scares away the would-be lover, presenting himself to him as the lady's husband; and he obtains an appointment with the lady, which he has no intention to attend. Jealousy: A young man and a young woman love each other but they are so jealous that they come apart; however, the young woman will come back, and that will bring the timid young man to manifest his love for her, at last. Through the Window: A suitor enters a lady's home through the window, and when her jealous husband catches him, he pretends to be a robber; but it happens that a real robber breaks in at the moment, and pretends to be the lady's lover; the husband is at a loss to know who is who, and let's go the robber. The Tramway Operator: At a bus stop, a passenger, two tram operators and a supervisor meet, start talking, and soon reveal how apart their respective classes and different their interests ...
Did You Know?
The film was shot clandestinely in Rome in 1944 during the Italian Social Republic popularly known as the Republic of Salò (1943-1945), when the country was occupied by the Germans and all cinematic activity was transferred to Venice. Many actors and technicians decided to stay in Rome, some with work permits delivered by the Vatican State, and the not so lucky - like those involved in this film - working clandestinely. See more