Three different stories of Italian social mores are presented. In "Adelina", unemployed Carmine Sbaratti and his wife Adelina Sbaratti survive through Adelina selling black market cigarettes on the street. They are unable to pay for the furniture they bought (which is under Adelina's name), but are able to avoid the bailiff when he comes for the money or to repossess. They come up with a longer term solution to avoid Adelina being prosecuted for non-payment, but that solution has a profound effect on the family, especially Carmine. In "Anna", Anna Molteni, the spoiled wife of a successful businessman, and an artist named Renzo are on the cusp of an affair. Anna is feeling neglected in the marriage, as her husband seems more concerned about success and money than her. But a car accident shows both Anna and Renzo if an affair with each other is really what they want. In "Mara", Mara is a prostitute who works out of her apartment. She befriends Umberto, a young man visiting his ...
TOGETHER! - more exciting that Gilbert and Garbo! more thrilling than Gable and Harlow! more rib-tickling than Adam and Eve!
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Did You Know?
The amount of 50,780 Lire mentioned at the beginning of the film would equate to about $81.32 at the time or $663 in 2018. See more
As Anna and Renzo talk while driving, the windshield of her Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II shakes because the little side windows are gone, but the little side windows are intact in the wide shots. See more
The people of Forcella are out of this world. They've risen up in a gesture of solidarity!
I must say, it almost makes you forget how filthy and ignorant they are.
Spoofed in Extraconiugale
Composed by Robert Stolz
, Bruno Cherubini
Lyrics by Ennio Neri
Sung by Henry Wright See more