A lively erotic adventure, Maria Rosaria Omaggio’s first sex comedy role
The skilled hand of Mariano Laurenti and the slippery yet likable Renzo Montagnani are a guarantee of success
Constantly horny businessmen, jealous wives, beautiful secretaries kept hidden… This film has all the right ingredients for a classic sex comedy, and as usual director Mariano Laurenti is able to cook up a highly enjoyable and well-paced film. This time, alongside the ever-present blonde beauty from Northern Europe (Anita Strindberg), Maria Rosaria Omaggio, who had previously mainly appeared on TV (usually wearing slightly more clothes), makes her first appearance in a film of this type. Renzo Montagnani as the businessman always chasing after attractive young women is fantastic as his usual hysterically likable, slippery and proudly immoral self.
The respectable Armando Porziani is the managing director of a thriving chemical business and lives in a beautiful villa on the shores of Lake Como. His wife, Ersilia, is well aware of her husband’s playboy tendencies, and makes sure he is surrounded by a selection of relatively plain females at work. However, Porziani keeps one particular secretary hidden, a Swedish girl of breath-taking beauty. On the horizon, another beauty appears, this time a brunette…