Midnight Blue

Synopsis:
Genre: Thriller
 
IMDB:
4.6
Year:
1979
83 min
7 Views

Are you going to Taranto?

-Yes, get in.

Thanks.

Good luck.

-Thanks.

Bye, everyone.

-Bye.

I'm going straight in the water.

That's a great idea.

I'm in.

Come on.

We'll see you later.

-Bye.

No, girls.

I wouldn't do it.

What do you say, Silvia.

We've got a week off.

Besides, what harm will it do?

We'll stop off in my villa just as long as

it takes for you to see all the sights.

If it was down to me,

that wouldn't be a problem...

But what if something happens to you?

-What could happen?

My mother is in Paris and she left

me the keys, come on Silvia.

I'm sorry girls,

I can't give you permission.

Silvia's such a pain.

-Right.

Good morning.

-Good morning, ladies.

Who are they?

-Athletes, athletes from the north.

This radio is great.

-Good, isn't it?

It can even pick up foreign radio

stations without any difficulty.

We have to persuade her

no matter what...

F*ck her.

I don't give a shit about this excursion,

I've already had enough.

Yes, I've decided,

I'm going to try again with her.

Bye, girls.

What a place.

Damn it, this is cool.

It seems like a diva's villa.

I'd love to have a place like this.

I'm really happy you like it, girls.

It was a fantastic idea to come here.

Come in.

Elena, go and open the other window.

Okay, I'm going.

It's so sunny.

It's really stunning, girls.

I don't want to leave, what about you?

Who are you telling?

-Let's try to come back next year then.

Go on, get us a drink...

Just make sure it's cold.

Have you really never been here?

-Never.

But I never realised your

mother was so rich?

Aside from the villa, she also inherited

a nice nest-egg from her husband.

Lucky her, God, it's so nice to

own a house like this.

Francesca, I like it because it's

not too high up and it's airy.

Right.

Great.

Take it.

-May I?

You're heavy.

Who's he?

Your grandfather?

How old was he when he died?

What?

Yes, 102.

Don't you believe me?

Instead of talking about our dear dead

relatives, why we don't we go for a swim?

Okay.

Let's go.

There's the sea down there.

How beautiful.

I always liked the sea...

But I don't know how to swim.

You have to teach me.

And when will you learn?

You're made of lead.

You're made of lead.

-Relax, guys.

Come back.

What do you say?

This place seems okay, right?

It's fine.

-I might strip naked.

Who'll see us?

It's salty.

-I'm going to sunbathe naked.

Good idea.

What a bed of roses.

You like it?

-It's great.

Watch out for the sand.

There's someone down there.

They're females, guys.

Good morning.

Didn't you read the sign?

This is a private beach.

Forgive us, we thought it was deserted.

But look at this lovely surprise.

Yes, really lovely.

We're sorry we disturbed you.

Right?

Sure.

Continue sunbathing, don't mind us.

It's good to introduce ourselves.

Bruno...

Mario.

And me, Pier Luigi.

Listen, handsome,

why don't you clear off?

After I've had a good swim.

Okay, dear?

Come on, Pier.

Let's jump in.

With permission.

Wait.

You have to teach me how to swim.

Come on, Pier.

Help me.

They seem quite nice.

I was a bit scared when they

turned up all of a sudden...

With the way things are these days.

Yes, yes.

But we won't give them too much rope.

Come on.

We've been friends for years.

-Forever!

Also with Pier Luigi?

-Yes, he was our classmate...

The worst in the class.

No, penultimate, because I was the worst.

Where have Elena and Pier gone?

-What are you saying?

You don't ask that type of question.

-It's true.

Last at school,

first with the women.

But Bruno is a little shy, like me.

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