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Monamour (2006)

An attractive, yet neglected housewife will have a scandalous affair behind her husband's back at Mantua's renowned literary festival.

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Tinto Brass
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Anna Jimskaia Anna Jimskaia ... Marta (as Anna Jimskaya)
Riccardo Marino Riccardo Marino ... Leon
Max Parodi Max Parodi ... Dario
Nela Lucic Nela Lucic ... Sylvia
Lucia Lucchesino Lucia Lucchesino
Virginia Barrett Virginia Barrett ... Singer at Restaurant
Paolo Lanza Paolo Lanza ... Waiter
Leo Mantovani
Massimo Caradonna Massimo Caradonna
Federico Cesareo Federico Cesareo
Matteo Andreotti Matteo Andreotti
Mario Gagliardotto Mario Gagliardotto
Silvio Marsaglia Silvio Marsaglia
Andrea Di Blasio Andrea Di Blasio
Claudio Moioli Claudio Moioli
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Storyline

After six months of marriage, the attractive, free-spirited and sexually insatiable housewife, Marta, already feels the passion wane and the desire for her literary editor husband, Dario, wither. However, in the background of Mantua's renowned literary festival, young Marta will fall for the charms of an intriguingly handsome stranger, the French Leon, while admiring Palazzo del Te's vivid murals. Of course, Marta's scandalous affair behind her husband's back will soon be noticed, as the suspicious Dario is engulfed little by little by the impatient and fierce flames of lust. Perhaps a dash of infidelity is all that Dario needs to awaken his dormant enthusiasm for the neglected Marta. Written by Nick Riganas

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Discover the most hidden secrets in Marta's diary.

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Country:

Italy

Language:

Italian

Release Date:

10 June 2006 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Mon Amour See more »

Filming Locations:

Mantua, Lombardia, Italy

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Color
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Marta: If you play with fire, you're going to get burned.
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Soundtracks

Non, je ne Regrette rien
Music by Charles Dumont
Lyrics by Michel Vaucaire
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The worst Tinto movie. It would have been avoided to shoot.
14 February 2010 | by robertobasilicoSee all my reviews

This is not Tinto Erotic Genius, this is a fragmented re edition of his last movies from "Così fan tutte" to "Fallo!" What I have noticed watching this last movie of Tinto carrier is that there is a re edition of same sex scene and stories that this time where TOTALLY fragmented and non sense. If I think about it I just see this young Ukraine actress with her bouncing ass and boobs, and that's it.

What I have to say is that I do not agree with the decision to use a WAY BAD actor in the role of the lover, especially when before him Occhipinti did. Occhipinti performance in The Key and Così fan tutte were genius and well done. INSTEAD this time actors are so bad!!! the acting is horrible, light are horrible, screenplay is stupid and horrible, photography not at all like I remember it in the past Tinto Movies and I would say the only thing to save are the paintings. that's it.

I didn't like this movie at all and I'm sorry to Tinto to which I usually give a from 6 to 8 score. This time is 3/10. He had to finish his carrier with Fallo!, this is a useless and nonsense film which I think He has done just for movie or forced by someone else who wants to make movie on him and his name.

Hopefully Tinto won't dare to make another movie.


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