In Naples, in the Second World War, the wolf businessman Domenico Soriano meets the seventeen years old whore Filumena Marturano in a brothel during an allied bombing. Two years later, in the post-war, they meet each other by chance and begin a long affair. For twenty-two years, Filumena is his mistress and administrates his shops in Naples while Domenico is traveling. When Domenico decides to marry the young cashier of his bakery, Filumena lures him as if she were near to death and he marries her. Later he annuls their matrimony, and she tells him that she has three sons that she raised secretly, one of them is his legitimate son but she does not disclose his identity. The middle-age Domenico uses the most different subterfuges trying to find which teenager might be his son.
Writer:Eduardo De Filippo (play), Renato Castellani (screenplay), Tonino Guerra (screenplay), Leonardo Benvenuti (screenplay), Piero De Bernardi (screenplay)
Domenico, a successfull businessman, with an eye for the girls, begins an affair with Filumena when she is 17 years old. She becomes a prostitute, but also becomes the mistress of Domenico.... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Allan C (nl) wrote: There's a fine line between "camp" and "crap"...
Aaron B (ru) wrote: The gut-wrenching climax will have you regretting how much you laughed throughout the rest of the film. Who would've thought a found-footage comedy about a school shooting could work?
Mladen F (nl) wrote: Lovely film! They did an amazing job, beautiful love story!
Dylan R (ag) wrote: Not bad compared to divergent.
christopher g (it) wrote: Very bad! Bad script and a low budget equals a bad flick.
Nicholas P (ru) wrote: Great stuff w popcorn and your main squeeze
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