Amanti miei

Synopsis: Cindy finds her fiancée Sergio in bed with a young hitch-hiker and discovers that he has been unfaithful with other women too. She takes her revenge by shying away from Sergio for a day, ...
86 min


It's mine!

-It's mine. -I'm sorry madam,

but we have regulations here.

Is it alright like that?

Take it, but remember,

it can't run around without a muzzle.

Here's another disaster.

No comment is necessary,

it's tragic outcome is self-evident.

There's no doubt the hay ball protection

helped spread the fire,

causing the tragic consequences ...

we're all well aware of.

Here it is clear that misfortune

struck because of lack of barriers.

Barriers can

avoid tragedies.

But in this case, the car

has suffered serious damages.

However, a barrier developed in Milan,

that I will present

to a special commission in Monza, simply made up of...

plastic balls, filled with water.

They're easy to put up, of limited cost

and provide excellent protection.

I understand your surprise, but please

don't ask me why I stopped you.

I wanted to speak to you.

I havent even come up with

an excuse, but...

...for two hours I've been

watching you, and I've thought...

Well, I'm not really used to...

I don't even know how...

I'm an engineer.

A man who works.

So I'm not used to...

You're being very kind, thank you.

But I'm waiting for my husband.

A very fortunate man!

I envy him, madam.

I'm sorry.

May I?

Please don't be offended.

This is my address

and my phone number.

If by chance you

should come back to Italy.


But, what's wrong?

Are you afraid?

Here you can run all you like.

Go on! Be brave!

You're safe here.

Come on! Run!

I must have changed somehow.

Lost weight?

No, I don't think you have changed.

Besides, we only saw each other

a couple of minutes in the airport.

-Does that mean you had completely

forgotten about me? -No!

I always hoped to see you again.

I even tried to find out,

by all means, who you are...

...and follow your track,

but it's not easy...

...particularly not in a foreign country...

And what did you think of my phone call.

It surprised me a bit,


...I made me happy that

you remembered me.

I've wanted to see you.

Perhaps because I'm at a moment where I

need to be close to people I don't know,

...strangers, unfamiliar places...

...that don't remind me of anybody.

Please sit down.

I have the impression of

having heard on television,

...that you are conducting

some experiments...

...with plastic balls,

filled with water.

So that's why you called me!

I have to confess

I hadn't been thinking about you.

But then, I saw you

on the television and...

Well, you who know so much

about experiments,

would you like to do one with me?

Two days together, here.

I can imagine all the questions

you'd like to ask me.

Why I called you?

About that,

I've already told you something.

Why I have asked you to stay two days?

Why do I happen to be in Italy... this region with

such a strange name?

Ligano? Linago?


Anyway, I doesn't matter.

There are moments when

nothing matters...

...and anything might matter.

The only clear things are

the most confusing.

Tell me what it is I ought to do,

that way... least I won't make mistakes

right from the beginning.

First of all... me Giulia.



Have you driven all night?

You must be tired.

No, driving doesn't tire me.

I, on the other hand,

am very tired.

I haven't slept.

Then go and sleep.

It doesn't bother you if

I go and rest for a moment.

No, do it.


-Until later then.


Good morning. How are you?

As if my balls had busted.


Come! Come and look at this!

Look! They're fighting.

What are you thinking about?


I was asking myself:

why only two days?

And not four or five,

or just a few minutes... the first time in the airport?

It seems to be part of a plan... if someone was hiring

Anyway, it's the same to me.

I wouldn't have said no.

Within ten days

I should be returning to America.

A journey can always be postponed.

This one can't.

This time,

I'm going back to stay.

So, you have a real obligation.

In any case, if you have ten days,

why only grant me two?

Because it should be you,

who asks me for the rest.

I couldn't make you carry on,

what if you got bored...

from the first day.

So, it's all up to me.

Yes, of course.

That way you would also

have the possibility me.

If you'd like.

I'd like!

-I think we have it all.

-Careful! -Thanks.

-Are you sure you'd like to cook?

-Yes, of course.

I want to eat eggs that I've prepared.

Besides, it's the only thing I can do.

Would you like a coffee?

-Yes, or rather a hot tea.


One espresso with little water

and a hot tea.

Are you...married?

More or less.

But, she lives in Milan as well?

Do you live together?

Yes, for a time now.

The coffee, gentlemen.

The owner of the house

should be back by now.

Maybe. You'll see what a nice

person she is.

We can't turn up with all these things.

Maybe it's better we leave them here.

No, why? Come!

Put the screen and the projector there,

on the right.

-Good evening madam. -Good evening.

Is countess Isabelle here.

No madam, the countess isn't present.

Some of her friends are here.

We can...we can come back later.

Excuse me madam, yesterday there

were no one to receive you...

...we were informed late. Apologies.

Please, the other guests

are waiting for you.

Let's enter for a while, ok?

Excuse me a moment.

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Aldo Grimaldi

Aldo Grimaldi (1942 – 5 August 1990) was an Italian director and screenwriter. Born in Catania, the son of the director and screenwriter Giovanni Grimaldi, he started his career as an assistant director in the films of his father. He made his directorial debut in 1967 with the "musicarello" Nel sole, and then he became a specialist of the genre, often working with the couple formed by Al Bano and Romina Power. He also directed a number of commedie sexy all'italiana. He died of an incurable disease at 48. more…

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