Marion (Katja Bienert) and her husband Hasso (Claus Debusmann), whom
she calls her Principe Azzurro, spend a romantic weekend in an
Italian coastal village, and nothing could be more perfect ... until she
destroys the mood in a fit of jealousy that seems to border paranoia.
Hasso tries to calm her down, but at the same time he already makes a date
with a young waitress, right in front of his wife's eyes. Before he goes
out with the waitress though, he goes to sleep for two hours, enough time
for Marion to pay the girl a witness, tie her up and cut off her fingers -
as she has tortured and killed all of her hubby's other affairs as it
When Hasso wakes up, he feels a blade at his throat, as his
wife will no longer accept his infidelity and ...
In the end, we see
Marion head into the sunset, hoping to find another Principe Azzurro.
neat little film, running just over a quarter of an hour butgetting its
story across very nicely with a few fine twists and turns and characters
with enough depth to carry the story. And Katja Bienert is prety effective
as the borderline psychotic wife.
can be ordered directly from the director via email - MichaelMHuck@aol.com
(preferred) -, phone - +49 30 / 345 1338 - or the production company's
website - http://www.gator-group.de.