Diabolicamente... Letizia

Synopsis: Marcello and Micaela want to have a child, but it seems Micaela has medical issues preventing a pregnancy. Marcello wants to go to Switzerland for more exotic treatments, but Micaela chooses instead to have her niece Letizia brought home from a fancy boarding school to live with them instead . Unfortunately for Marcello and Micaela, there is something wrong with Letizia, whose presence in their home kicks off a sinister series of disturbing events.
Genre: Drama, Horror
 
IMDB:
4.8
Year:
1975
94 min
25 Views


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Fine. Fine.

Is that so?

All right.

Goodbye, professor.

Micaela? Hello?

Micaela, are you there?

- Hello.

- At last. What was keeping you?

- I was in another room.

- Fine.

- Marcello, what's up?

- Well...

I have just talked to the gynaecologist,

and he's not really sure...

you know how these things work.

Listen, why don't we try to go

to Switzerland?

I am sure they would find a solution.

They have a radical approach.

- No, Marcello, it's hopeless.

- Let's make an attempt.

No. I understand.

I'm unable to bear children.

- What have I done?

- You didn't do anything.

And the professor might be wrong.

Try to be reasonable, Micaela.

And then we could still

adopt a child.

- Like many others do.

- I am not 'many others'.

I'd rather take my niece Letizia

from the boarding school.

I am her tutor anyway,

and I'll be able to keep

my promise to my sister

on her death-bed.

Darling, Letizia is not a child anymore.

Do you believe it's the right thing to do?

I do. Please, arrange the things

to this effect.

- Are you so sure?

- Please, do not insist.

- As you like.

Everything's in order.

Thank you so much,

Madame Principal.

I'll see you out.

Letizia is already waiting for you.

This is your new home.

Just a moment.

- Giovanni, bring this inside.

You're so tall now!

Micaela,

I'm leaving now.

- But we have to celebrate tonight.

- Fine with me, thank you.

Come in.

You'll have to tell me.

I am so happy you're here.

We will be together from now on.

You'll forget all those years

at the boarding school.

I'll make it up to you.

From now on, you'll have

a real home.

With a real mother.

- According to my poor sister's wish.

- My mother.

Of course. Your mother.

Look, darling.

The beautiful dressesI bought for you.

If you need me, call me.

Excuse me, madam,

I have finished in the kitchen.

Do you wish something particular

for dinner?

No, thank you.

We're going out tonight.

Come in.

- I apologise, miss.

- Come in, don't worry.

- I didn't know...

- Step forward.

My God!

Your aunt and uncle are waiting

for you downstairs.

- What's wrong?

- Nothing.

- You seem worried.

- Darling, you're ready.

You look different.

You seemed still a child

with those plaits.

- Giselle!

- Here I am.

- Clean here, please.

- Yes sir.

Look Marcello,

how gorgeous she is.

Indeed.

- Shall we go?

- Of course.

Giovanni, where are you?

What are you doing here?

You missed a scene.

What's wrong, mon fichou?

Giselle's sweetheart!

I understand now.

You're thinking of that soppy one too.

You're disgusting.

This is the end of the world.

Too bad, I'd begun to like you.

It's your business now.

Please, come in.

Good evening, architect.

- Madam. Miss.

- The table is all set.

- It's their business, isn't?

- Have you seen the architect?

- His wife, and the child.

- They are celebrating.

- Would you like a drink?

- Yes, champagne.

- Vintage '64.

- Of course.

This champagne is for you.

Are you happy?

Good evening.

It's a pleasure to meet you,

- madam. How are you?

- Hello, professor.

- How are you?

- Well, well.

- Sit down with us.

- I don't want to bother.

No problem.

A chair for the professor.

- This is Letizia.

- Nice to meet you.

What about your wife?

Isn't she with you?

Not tonight.

What's happening?

Is there something wrong?

I apologise.

I poured the water.

Excuse me.

Do you mind if we leave?

I have a terrible headache.

How is it possible?

All of a sudden?

It must be the fatigue.

She needs to rest.

No, wait, I'm buying.

Gino, on my account.

Thanks.

Say hi to your wife.

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