Till Marriage Do Us Part
Till Marriage Do Us Part (Italian: Mio Dio, come sono caduta in basso!, also known as How Long Can You Fall?) is a 1974 Italian comedy film written and directed by Luigi Comencini. Released in the U.S. in 1979, it was nominated to the 37th Golden Globe Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.
|Till Marriage Do Us Part|
|Directed by||Luigi Comencini|
|Written by||Ivo Perilli|
|Music by||Fiorenzo Carpi|
|Cinematography||Tonino Delli Colli|
|Edited by||Nino Baragli|
The Marquise Eugenia di Maqueda, an orphan raised by the nuns, marries Raimondo Corrao, but on their wedding night she finds out that he is her brother. The piece of news is in a letter written from Paris by their father, a womanizer who lives and hides from them in the French head town. The pair decide, to avoid the scandal, to live as brother and sister. Publicly, they take a vow of abstinence to "achieve sainthood" instead of consummating their marriage. He will later leave for the war in Libya, she will find solace and sexual satisfaction in the arms of the family chauffeur.