La Dolce Vita
2003 Venus Award Winner: Best Film
This is a feature film that offers exceptional video quality, a tremendous cast and an intricate plot that will have you transfixed. It’s in Italian, and even if you can’t understand what they’re saying, you’ll be drawn into the story and mesmerized with its promiscuous women, jealous husbands, influential men that abuse their power and the old and young people being corrupted by it. And right in the thick of it all are erotic, sensual sex scenes that will take your breath away!
The people of a little village somewhere near Naples are true country bumpkins, no interest in anything but their own village lives. One day the government calls on farmer Esposito. He’s told to sell his farm to make space for a new motorway linking northern and southern Italy. He has no intention of complying. His son Francesco is in love with village-beauty Maria but it all ends in tears. Frustrated and fed up with country-life he moves to Milan and fucks a few beautiful women. His doomed love to Maria and the death of his father push him into marriage with a woman he doesn’t really love. In his twilight years Francesco starts an investigation as to what might have become of Maria and he finds out that she ended up in a convent. There she spends her days as a frustrated nun, grieving for her lost love.