Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
Composer, songwriter, director, producer, and star performer Adriano Celentano has put together this tale of a seedy aristocrat's two loves, drawing upon the inspiration of Elvis Presley and Jerry Lewis. Felice (Celentano) has two wives, and he loves them both. His first, Silvia (Charlotte Rampling), faked a suicide in order to be the mistress of a wealthy man and live comfortably (divorce was not possible in Italy at this time). His second, Adelaide (Claudia Mori) cares deeply about his happiness. When Silvia comes to Felice hoping to make a baby with him, romantic complications abound, jeopardizing both relationships.
aristocrat, bigamy, love-triangle, pregnancy, suicide-attempt