Viaggio in Italia

Catherine and Alexander, wealthy and sophisticated, drive to Naples to dispose of a deceased uncle&#39s villa. There&#39s a coolness in their relationship and aspects of Naples add to the strain. She remembers a poet who loved her and died in the war; although she didn&#39t love him, the memory underscores romance&#39s absence from her life now. She tours the museums of Naples and Pompeii, immersing herself in the Neapolitan fascination with the dead and noticing how many women are pregnant; he idles on Capri, flirting with women but drawing back from adultery. With her, he&#39s sarcastic; with him, she&#39s critical. They talk of divorce. Will this foreign couple find insight and direction in Italy?
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