About the film
The Baron's Mazurka
Release Date: January 22, 1975
|Genres||:||Drama, Comedy, Romance|
|Production Companies||:||Euro International Film|
|Writers||:||Pupi Avati, Antonio Avati, Gianni Cavina|
A fig tree located in the lands of a baron of the lower Padana has for many centuries been the subject of veneration. The baron, crippled and atheist, one day sees a girl lying on the fig tree in a benevolent attitude and exchanges for the holy venerated by her villagers. Immediately the aristocrat converts and decides to give his belongings to a religious institute. In fact, he was a victim of a cheating and the "santa" is a prostitute who has given up on rage.