Prudence resigns from her teaching position after being criticized for giving a student her copy of a romance novel. She sails for Italy, takes a job at a small bookstore in Rome, and meets Don, who has just broken up with his girlfriend. Prudence and Don tour Italy together, and romance naturally follows.
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Did You Know?
The establishing shot of Briarcroft College For Women at the beginning of the film is actually an outtake from the film "Parrish" made a year earlier. It is a shot of Paige Raike returning home on her bicycle after having spoken with Parrish at the tobacco field. See more
On their bus tour of Italy, Don and Prudence travel north from Rome to Arezzo, then Florence, then west to Pisa before spending the night on the shore of the Mediterranean. They would then naturally continue north to Lago Maggiore, their ultimate destination. Instead, they travel more than halfway back to Rome to visit Orvieto before continuing on to Lago Maggiore. Clearly these stops were rearranged in editing, since during their visit to Orvieto their relationship becomes much more meaningful. See more
Could I ask, just one more question? What was that Italian doing with your, eh, nightgown? Trying to get - fresh?
Oh, no. He was just wondering how my body would look in it.
Referenced in Del rosa al amarillo
Al di là
Music by Mogol
Lyrics by Carlo Donida
Performed by Frankie Fanelli See more