Bread, Love and Jealousy
- Original title
Pane, amore e gelosia
- Running time
- 93 min.
Titina de Filippo, Eduardo De Filippo, Vincenzo Talarico, Ettore M. Margadonna, Luigi Comencini (Story: Ettore M. Margadonna, Luigi Comencini)
Carlo Montuori (B&W)
Vittorio De Sica,
Maria Pia Casilio,
Comedy | Sequel
- Synopsis / Plot
- Borrowing elements of Shakespearean comedy, this film is about the parallel amorous fortunes of two couples, one young, one middle-age. We encountered them both in the first film. "Maresciallo" Antonio Carotenuto (Vittorio De Sica) must resign his position in the village in order to marry the town midwife, an unwed mother. Pietro, the young policeman who is to marry "Bersagliera" or "Frisky" (Lollobrigida) is transferred to another town. Frisky is assigned to the maresciallo who takes her into his house as a servant. Gossip about the two grows. The fiance returns and breaks off the engagement. The father of the midwife's child appears, proposes marriage, and the parish priest induces the woman to accept. The wrongly maligned Frisky makes peace with her fiance. Another midwife arrives in town. The maresciallo can lust hopefully once more.
- Movie Soulmates' ratings
so you can access movie recommendations tailored to your movie taste.
- Friends' ratings
so you can check out ratings by your friends, family members, and like-minded members of the FA community.
Is the synopsis/plot summary missing? Do you want to report a spoiler, error or omission? Please send us a message
If you are not a registered user please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All copyrighted material (movie posters, DVD covers, stills, trailers) and trademarks belong to their respective producers and/or distributors.
For US ratings information please visit: www.mpaa.org www.filmratings.com www.parentalguide.org