Signore & Signori (The Birds, the Bees and the Italians)
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Signore & Signori (The Birds, the Bees and the Italians)
Director Pietro Germi collaborated with Age Scarpelli on the script for The Birds, the Bees and the Italians. The film is divided into three anecdotal episodes, each exploring the state of romance (ethereal and sexual) in a small Italian town. After an introductory sequence involving allegedly faithful married couples cutting loose at a society party, the film scrutinizes the relationship between a meek bookkeeper and an ice-cool blonde. The final segment, a little darker in tone than the rest of the film, involves the seduction of an underaged girl and the wave of hypocricy which follows. The… More