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The Shameless Sex

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The Shameless Sex
Directed byDuilio Coletti
Written byAldo De Benedetti
StarringYvonne Sanson
Franck Villard
CinematographyCarlo Montuori
Music byAlessandro Cicognini
Release date
  • 17 August 1952 (1952-08-17)
Running time
97 minutes

The Shameless Sex (Italian: Wanda la peccatrice, also known as Wanda the Sinner) is a 1952 Italian melodrama film directed by Duilio Coletti.[1]

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Stefano, a naval officer for some time not operating on ships following a removal and therefore seconded to a Ministry, is warned that his wife Elena secretly transmits military designs and projects that he guarded to foreign powers. The wife is warned by an accomplice and prepares to leave: she greets her son in tears and begins to pack the bags.

But the officer runs back: the woman locks herself inside the room and shoots herself two shots, killing herself. In order not to suffer painful repercussions, the truth about the fate of the mother is not revealed to the little child and the father, forced to remain silent in order not to reveal his intimate secrets, cannot reveal the true causes of the suicide; he is accused of uxoricide but, through the oratory ability of his lawyer, he is acquitted at the following trial for lack of evidence. But this acquittal, instead of benefiting him, disfavors him: his relatives turn against him, preventing him from seeing his son, and the Ministry of the Navy requires him to resign. He closed all possibilities of work in Italy, he went to South Africa, but there the war broke out and was closed in a concentration camp. Tired, emaciated and with worn clothes, he returns to Italy penniless and with an illness in progress. His son, now grown, was previously stirred up by his grandmother and sees him as responsible for his mother's death.

One evening he meets a prostitute, Wanda, who lends him money: the officer, now on the verge of desperation, tries his luck at the game and fate hangs on his side: he wins a large sum and, having landed in the business field, carries out the right investments becoming very rich, enough to convince Wanda to live with him. The woman's decision, however, annoys Marco about her, her previous lover, who repeatedly tries to convince her that that relationship cannot have a future. The officer and Wanda thus still spend some time in this situation, until the illness and death of Nadina, an old friend of Wanda's, combined with the reappearance of her son about to embark on the paternal career for which we need the approval. of the parent's signature - does not unlock everything. The father tearfully greets his novice sailor son aboard the ship, now reconciled, while Wanda, in order not to get in the way of her career, is forced to leave that cohabitation.



  1. ^ Roberto Chiti; Roberto Poppi; Enrico Lancia. Dizionario del cinema italiano: I film. Gremese, 1991. ISBN 8876055487.

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