Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
Enrico (Enrico Maria Salerno) is fast getting burnt out with his stressful city life, and so he takes off for Tahiti in this perceptive drama by popular Italian director Franco Rossi. When Enrico first arrives in Tahiti, he is more than a little distracted by the island's beautiful women and enters into various interludes with a range of attractive females. While that is an effective way to forget the pressures of his recent, hectic life, he soon discovers that the scenery, character, and pace of the island itself are weaving their own soothing magic on his tattered nerves. When it comes right down to it, will he ever want to leave this paradise that Gauguin found so intriguing?
America, book, death, director, extramarital-affair, family-member, friendship, hatred, hedonism, husband, island, journey, life, lifestyle, love-triangle, mansion, mother, priest, search, South-Seas, traveling, odyssey