NOVELLE LICENZIOSE DI VERGINI VOGLIOSE
COMEDY / PROD: 1974 / R.TIME: 95 ' / colour
G. Giorgelli - M. Kell - E. Sbordone - E. Pulcrano
A typical and delightful story in Boccaccio's "Decameron". Chaucer tells the following tales to Boccaccio: a man condemned to be continually raped by women; a monk condemned to live in a barrel; a woman, Alessandra, condemned to teach senile old men games of love and, lastly, Giannetto, a music teacher, condemned to be "played" by two women. Boccaccio awakens with alarm, fearful that he, too, will be condemned to hell to live out his stories. He decides to burn them but Petrarca admonishes him, "If you burn them, how will they be able to film your tales in years to come? How true!"