Oh Sweet Adriana! I Knew Her Well

Hopelessly stupid men like me consider a particular kind of women gorgeous geniuses. I am not sure if there’s a word to categorize them. In Antonio Pietrangeli’s I Knew Her Well (1965) the protagonist quintessentially exemplifies one of these ladies. One might consider her a femme fatale character but she is not. Femme fatales most of the time have bad intentions or are trying to get away with murder unrealistically. Adriana, the Italian protagonist, lives day by day and that is how this film if unfolded, in a series of days in her life.

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