VIVERE (Angelina Maccarone, 2007)

Francesca Conchiglia, who is in her twenties, is half-Italian; her German mother abandoned her, Francesca’s younger sister, Antoinetta, and spouse Enrico, perhaps because he wouldn’t let a German name slip into the family. Taking up the responsible slack, Francesca has evolved into a guilt-inducing sibling and a household drudge. To support everyone, she drives a […]