Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
A philandering violinist must witness the consequences of his actions in this Italian comedy. Not only does the concert violinist have a wife and kids, he also has two mistresses, all of whom he dearly loves. Whenever he goes on tour, he is sure to give them all a loving call. Just as his newest mistress is about to give birth, the musician goes to confession to talk about his situation. The priest suggests he divorce his wife, but the fiddler refuses, asserting that the women all need him. Unfortunately the stress of maintaining three lovers causes him to have a fatal coronary while he tries to call his wife. As he goes to heaven and gets to watch his own funeral, he wonders if his wife ever knew of the others.
childbirth, confession [Catholic], extramarital-affair, funeral, heaven, mistress, pregnancy, violinist