reż|dir Vittorio De Sica | FR, IT | 1964 | 102 min
prod|pro Carlo Ponti scen|wr Renato Castellani, Tonino Guerra, Leonardo Benvenuti, Piero De Bernardi zdj|ph Roberto Gerardi muz|mus Armando Trovajoli mon|ed Adriana Novelli ob|cast Sophia Loren, Marcello Mastroianni, Aldo Puglisi, Tecla Scarano, Marilù Tolo, Gianni Ridolfi, Generoso Cortini, Vito Moricone dys|dis Surf Film
A mischievous love story of Domenici and Filumena, full of humor and true Neapolitan passion. They met long ago: she was seventeen and worked on the street, and he was a wealthy businessman. The man took care of Filumena and found her a place to live and a job. A passionate feeling develops between the two of them. Although their relationship dates back over twenty years, Domenico did not opt to rie the knot with a former prostitute. Now, to make matters worse, he intends to end the affair and marry a girl from a good family. Filumena, who doesn't consider this as an option, devises a shrewd plan.
1965 Golden Globe Awards – Award for Best Foreign Language Film, nominated for: Best Actress (Sophia Loren), Best Actor (Marcello Mastroianni)
1966 Oscars – Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film and Best Actress (Sophia Loren)