| Drama, Fantasy, Romance
A young couple argue about having a child in the days after a global plague wipes out most of Earth's population.
The surreal symbolic red gun with the bright spots on it can also be seen in other Ferreri films, "Dillinger Is Dead" and "Don't Touch the White Woman".
You know the world. You're a very experienced woman. So is it right to want a child?
The Foreigner Woman: Not only is it right. It is a duty.
When Cino and Dora stumble upon the beach house, director Ferreri doubles as the deceased owner, lying in his porch chair dead. The scene is in long shot and the supposedly dead Ferreri's head can be seen to move slightly as he gives actor Marco Margine a piece of direction.
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