|To Love Ophelia
Per amare Ofelia (internationally released as To Love Ophelia) is a 1974 Italian comedy film directed by Flavio Mogherini.
It is the debut film of Renato Pozzetto, and for his performance he won a Silver Ribbon for Best New Actor.
The young Orlando feels like he was still a child, terrorized by the outside world, is stuck in relations with the girls for the obsessive attraction he feels for the beautiful and still young mother. Anything regarding a normal man of his age is unknown to Orlando; particularly sex. One day, he rescues Ofelia, a former prostitute in love with him will solve his problem.
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