15Apr10:56 amEST

Sunday Matinée at Market Chess Cinemas

Although divorce is now commonplace and widely accepted (even expected) in modern society, back in the day in Sicily it was flat-out illegal. And a film which automatically comes to mind regarding that topic is the uproarious comedy, Divorce Italian Style (1961), starring the great Marcello Mastroianni in his prime.

The film centers around a bored Sicilian baron who plots to force his wife to compromise herself with another man, so that he can honorably shoot her and then marry a 16-year-old girl. Although the plot sounds grim, the film is able to pull off a brilliant, subtitled farce with memorable scenes and characters.

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