Bruno Cortona and Roberto Mariani meet by chance as Roberto helps Bruno one day while everything is closed in Rome for the holiday weekend. The two men could not be more different. Thirty-six year old Bruno is extroverted, a man who seizes opportunities as they arise, is an excitement seeker, has never really grown up, but is a person to who many are drawn because of his exuberance and masculine good looks. Law student Roberto is introverted, controlled and so unsure of himself that he doesn't really know why he chose law as a career and is afraid not only to let the girl who lives across the way from him, Valeria, know that he likes her, but even to speak to her. He even has a photograph of her in his wallet that he took clandestinely. Roberto reluctantly gets caught up in the whirlwind of Bruno's last minute change in plans for the holidays as the two head off together in Bruno's Lancia Aurelia sports car, their joy ride which will be largely at Bruno's whim. That reluctance is ...
From Rome's dazzling Via Veneto to the glittering beaches of the Italian Riviera...these are the searchers...and this is their easy life!
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When Roberto walks over the rocks, we see a beautiful blonde in a bikini lying on the rocks, reading a magazine and showing her beautiful legs. Later, on the same day, maybe a couple hours later, the same blonde will come and ask Roberto to sign her cast on her leg ("next to Peppino DiCapri's signature"). In the afternoon, she'll be dancing with her cast. It is impossible that the same girl had such a terrible accident that required the whole cast of her leg and then go back dancing with a cast full of signatures (including one by the great Peppino) on the same day. See more
Another minute in that morgue and I'd have exploded. Let's go. Live in the country? You gotta be crazy.
Referenced in Peppermint Soda
Quando Quando Quando
Written by Tony Renis
& Alberto Testa
Performed by Emilio Pericoli See more