Luna di miele in tre

 
IMDB:
5.2
Year:
1976
94 min
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- Good morning.

- Good morning.

- It's cold today.

- No, it's fine.

Good bye.

What are you listening to?

- Horrible music as usual, eh?

- What did you come so early?

I must take the children

in half an hour.

- Want some coffee?

- No, it's you that I want.

- Want some coffee?

- No, no...

- I want you.

- Impossible.

Let's see what we got here.

Just in time,

I'm leaving tonight.

- For Padua again?

- My professor is waiting for me.

When will you be back?

Never!

Hello?

Who's speaking?

I'm sorry,

I can't speak right now.

You should have contacted

our mutual friend about that.

Exactly. Call him.

I'm sorry but

this is the procedure.

Good morning.

Attention please,

last announcement

for immediate boarding

of the flight to Los Angeles

Good morning, Miss Basile.

It's our pleasure

to have you back with us.

- Did you have a good flight?

- Yeah.

- Do you need this, maybe?

- No, just the card.

And Miss Basile?

Would you like some coffee?

We have coffee in the back.

Okay everyone, let's

take out our passports

They don't usually ask for them

but just in case...

We want to make sure that we

have them because upon our return...

My dog is very sick.

I want to perform euthanasia

on him by myself.

My dog is very sick.

I want to perform euthanasia

on him by myself.

- Good morning.

- Good morning.

Hello.

I'd like a 'Lamputal,' please.

- Beg your pardon?

- A Lamputal.

My dog is very sick.

I want to perform euthanasia

on him... by myself.

Excuse me.

- How old is your dog?

- 14.

Poor doggie!

Two.

- What?

- Didn't you buy anything?

Yes, half a kilo of cocaine...

Last stance:

Forli, Saffi square

Forli, Saffi square

Good morning, Honey.

- Did she get the Vaxolon?

- Of course.

Give her another one

so she won't throw up.

First, 20 drops of this one.

- She's going to feel better, calmer.

- Right away.

I'm going to let the written

consent on the table.

All right, though you're

not going to need it.

There she is.

- Carla.

- How are you, Honey?

Are you going to ask me again

if I changed my mind?

Yes, Carla.

You still have the time.

I'm going to ask for a last time,

and I won't ever again.

- Do you want to stop?

- No.

I haven't changed my mind.

All right.

Did you find the chocolate bar?

I did.

- The one I asked you for?

- Yes.

I'll let you alone for a minute.

Ennio...

Ennio, listen carefully.

Listen carefully.

He must drink all the Lamputal,

it's crucial.

And don't forget,

don't ever touch the glasses

on her bedtime table.

Got it?

Only Carla can touch them

afterwards. Got it?

She has do it on her own.

Remember what we said?

Bring the tray.

Ennio, Carla needs you now.

You can't help her this way.

You must be strong.

I'll put the music you asked.

Thank you.

It is bitter.

Too bitter.

How long it will take?

A couple of minutes.

That little?

See you there.

I have to take some baits.

I'll ask her.

It's Luciano, we'll take

the boat out on Sunday.

Then we may go to your home

and eat fish.

No, I'll be in Padua, dad.

- I've told you about it.

- Right.

No, Irene must find her professor.

On Sunday?

I have an appointment on Monday,

early in the morning.

Yes, me too.

But I'll leave you my keys

to eat your fish at my home.

Sure, thanks.

Yes, certainly yes.

His name is Grimaldi,

he's an engineer, here in Rome.

In Rome?

Why sending me?

Only you will be

present at the meeting.

No families, no one.

Go there, give this to him

and explain to him the procedure.

He want to do it himself.

What do you mean by that?

We have never done it this way.

It's risky for both

the patient and us.

The 'hare,' as you call him,

is a reliable contact.

He is not your usual doctor

but he's very, very reliable.

I gave him your number

to explain the situation to him.

What is it?

What's going on?

Nothing.

I feel something like

an arrhythmia, a shiver...

but it's nothing.

You must be tired from the trip

and the jet lag...

Nothing happens for months and now

everything's happening altogether.

How many do you have left?

I had one and I bought two more

on my last trip.

- Were you careful?

- Yes, I was.

Mr Grimaldi?

May I?

Come in.

Good morning.

Good morning.

Come inside, I'm not biting.

Pleased to meet you, I'm Honey.

Beg your pardon?

Honey is the name

under which I operate.

- Take a seat.

- Thank you.

- Do you smoke?

- No, thanks.

Of course you don't.

So, tell me all the details.

I trust myself into your hands.

I have never died before.

Ask questions and

I'll try to answer them.

Right, questions.

Is it going to be painful?

No, not at all.

If you take the decision

to proceed

I'll give you instructions

you must follow carefully.

Then I'll give a substance,

'tetrabamate.'

It's a barbiturate.

You must swallow it.

Is this the only way?

No, there's an alternative

we call Plan B.

But it is ruled out in your case

since you don't want my aid.

Or am I wrong?

No, you're not.

Your case is the most unusual

because I always assist the patient

during the procedure.

I don't think it's necessary

to meet again.

Why then should I need you?

My doctor could prescribe me

tones of barbiturates.

You should have known

that the lethal barbiturates

have been withdrawn

from the market

and exactly because they're dangerous

they cannot be prescribed.

And where do you find them?

Do you make them yourself at home?

Are you an amateur chemist?

- I buy veterinary barbiturate.

- In Switzerland?

No, I buy them from Mexico.

You don't need me to tell you,

what you can find out by yourself...

But you told me to ask questions.

Right, I'm sorry.

I could jump through the window.

We are at the fifth floor.

But then...

The strangers, the neighbours...

for Heaven's sake!

My doctor told me that

you take care even...

of the background music.

Is this true?

Yes.

This is very nice of you.

And...

the repertory?

It's a personal choice,

that means you'll have

to tell me what you prefer.

Shall I put something to play?

Excuse me.

Never mind.

Listen to me please,

I can help you.

Truly!

Of course only if you want it.

Do you have with you

this tetra...?

Yes.

But if you permit,

you shouldn't do that by yourself.

Think it over.

You will need help.

These are the instructions,

we can see them together.

And...

if you have any questions, doubts,

if you change your mind,

just tell me.

For Labrador...

Excuse me, can you take

our picture, please?

- With the church.

- Thank you.

Can I take a picture with you?

Smile!

Thank you very much.

The 'Happy Birthday' set

or the 'I love you?'

Which is the biggest?

Both of them have 5 kilos of helium

but the number

of balloons is different.

The 'Happy Birthday' has 50

and the 'I love you' has 25.

These ones are heart shaped.

Which ones do you like?

Am I going to die by suffocation?

No, you won't.

You'll breathe normally

and faint immediately.

You'll feel a little

dizzy as in vertigo

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Carlo Vanzina

Carlo Vanzina (13 March 1951 – 8 July 2018) was an Italian film director, producer and screenwriter.Vanzina was born in Rome, the son of Maria Teresa Nati and film director Stefano Vanzina and brother of Enrico Vanzina. In 2001, he directed the romantic comedy film South Kensington starring Rupert Everett and Elle Macpherson. Two of his films, Eccezzziunale... veramente (1982) and Vacanze di Natale (1983), were shown as part of a retrospective on Italian comedy at the 67th Venice International Film Festival. more…

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