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Overview

Sandro is a Roman adrift in Venice during Carnival. As he enters midlife, he argues with his wife of sixteen years more often than they laugh or make love. She's had enough of his moods, so they separate so he can sort out his mind. His first night away, he sees a photograph of a nude; the image resembles his wife. He searches for the model, whose name is Riri. He finds her, and she looks exactly like his wife, except that Riri is a gaily attired prostitute and Laura is a self-contained antiquarian bookseller. Are they two women, are they one, and in the masquerade of Carnival, what is real?

  1. Nino Manfredi

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Alberto Lattuada

    Director

  3. Silvana Buzzo

    Screenplay

  4. Giuseppe Moccia

    Screenplay

  5. Ruggero Maccari

    Screenplay

  6. Furio Scarpelli

    Screenplay

  7. Agenore Incrocci

    Screenplay

Facts

Original Title Nudo di donna

Status Released

Release Information

  • November 6, 1981
    T
    Theatrical

    Meaning

    All ages admitted.

Original Language Italian

Runtime 1h 52m

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