Respectable bourgeois wife (Renee Saint-Cyr) turns out a mysterious bunch of scarlet roses and yields to temptation of adultery. Vittorio de Sica’s director debut (with supervision by Giuseppe Amato); light but already a little bitter comedy based on skillful Aldo de Benedetti’s stage hit. Naturally, superstar De Sica playing the main role himself – and is on the top of his charm here.
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Giuseppe Amato & Vittorio De Sica – Rose scarlatte AKA Scarlet roses (1940)1931-1940ComedyGiuseppe AmatoItalian Cinema under FascismItalyRomanceVittorio De Sica