Catherine and I
|Catherine and I|
|Directed by||Alberto Sordi|
|Produced by||Fulvio Lucisano|
|Written by||Rodolfo Sonego, Alberto Sordi|
|Starring||Alberto Sordi, Edwige Fenech, Catherine Spaak|
|Music by||Piero Piccioni|
|Edited by||Tatiana Casini Morigi|
For his performance, Alberto Sordi was awarded with a Globo d'oro for best actor.
Enrico has a troubled relationship with his wife, a waitress and his lover. For this reason he decides to abandon all of them and to dedicate himself to peace. In fact he has been interested in a friend's robot waiter, and so Enrico decides to buy one for himself. The robot is called Catherine (Caterina) and serves Enrico to perfection for some time until she starts behaving strangely when Enrico brings other women to his apartment. It appears clear at the end that Caterina was in fact developing human feeling and that made the relationship with her master very complicated.