Parma, Italy, 1840: Sofia Pescatori, the daughter of a landowner, dodged by everyone for her character but above all for her weirding, falls in love with Carlo, a farmer at the service of his father, starting a forbidden relationship with him. The jealousy and envy of the mistress towards the farmer's wife, leads the girl to persuade her lover to marginalize and physically mistreat his rival, thus preventing any physical contact with his wife. Despite the prohibition imposed by Sofia, the farmer makes his wife Donnina pregnant. It follows a quarrel between the two women. Despite Sofia expects her rival to die during childbirth, in the spring of 1840, Donnina gave birth to a baby girl, Virginia Redegonda. From this moment Sofia begins to plan the poisoning of her rival. The failed attempts don't placate his hatred and envy, and Sofia's criminal plan target onto the innocent newborn baby girl. His lawyers try in vain to prove her mental illness, but no use: Sofia Pescatori is condemned ...
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