Viaggi di nozze
Widower Raniero Cotti Borroni, baron of medicine obsessed with work, marries the young and fragile Fosca, grateful for having treated her sick mother. During the honeymoon, she realizes she has made a great mistake. Raniero is oppressive and manic, so much so it leads to Fosca’s to suicide. The woman throws herself from the balcony of the hotel room in Venice, just like his first wife five years earlier. The pure Giovanni marries the eternal fiancèe Valeriana. The two are about to embark on a cruise in the Mediterranean sea but, just before setting sail, Giovanni has to leave Valeriana and return to Rome to help his elderly father Adelmo; also Valeriana has to come back because of troubles with her sister. Their journey vanishes but they don’t lose heart and reschedule a trip to the Caribbean for the following Christmas. Ivano, a boor young man from a growriched family, marries Jessica, her exact female copy. After a transgressive ceremony, they leave for a trip and have sex in extreme situations. Between the two the crisis is rising: boredom has taken over, even the strangest thing has already been tested.