Sessomatto, or Crazy Love, or How Funny Can Sex Be? is a series of nine short
sketches, all of them starring Giancarlo Giannini, and eight of the
nine starring Laura Antonelli. They are:
- Signora Sono Le Otto. A woman's butler is in love with her.
- Due Cuori E Una Baracca. (Two Hearts and a Shack.) A couple with a bunch of kids live in a shack and fight a lot.
- Non E' Mai Troppo Tardi. (Never Too Late.) A man with a beautiful wife prefers old women.
- Viaggio di Nazzi. (Honeymoon.) A man gets aroused on public transportation, but not in bed. His
wife finally suggests the hotel elevator.
- Torna Piccina Mia. (My Piccina Returns.) A man hires a hooker and dresses and coaches her to be like his
- Lavoratore Italiano All' Estero. (Italian Worker in a Foreign Country.) A man visits a fertility clinic to leave a sperm donation. He
fantasizes about a nun/nurse to get excited.
- La Vendetta. A woman avenges her husband's death by fucking his enemy to
- Un Amore Difficile. (A Difficult Love.) A man travels to see his long lost brother, and falls for a
- L'Ospite. (The Host.) A wife flirts with her husband's dinner guest.
None of the segments is long
enough to build any special interest or rapport with the characters,
and I didn't find anything about them especially funny either.
Apparently the answer to "How Funny Can Sex Be?" is "Not Very Fuckin'
This was designed as a showcase for the stars, giving them each a
chance to play many different characters. In that, and that alone, it