Published on 20 Nov 2015 | about 1 year ago
by Maurizio Liverani. with Gloria Guida, Martine Brochard, Emilio Cigoli, Alberto Terracina 90 min. - Italia 1976
Davide, fotografo ed ex seminarista in crisi, e Viviane, disinibita moglie di un attore, si incontrano ed è subito passione. Il giovane si specializza nel ritrarre le di lei natiche (il "solco di pesca"); il divertente intreccio prosegue fra servette vergini e mariti gelosi, con sorprendente finale in... convento.
The title of this film comes from an expression of the English poet, Browning, who in a poem dedicated to his wife, Elizabeth Barret, complimented her backside describing the crevice between her buttocks as “the furrow of a peach”. Maurizio Liverani directed his second film at a time when a sort of contamination was taking place in Italian commercial cinema, a deeper contamination which bordered between the sexy and comical genre, a prodrome of the so-called “gine-comedy”, Infermiere, Liceali e Dottoresse which came out a few years later. Despite the choice of Gloria Guida as the leading female character, who at that time was an actress that was very much typified in that genre