The porch scene ended and the group scattered. It was lunch-and-siesta time. The extras, stunt men, grips and workers had pasta, red wine and cheese…
“No one wears cuffs on the Veneto, and the pocketless pants are so tight the men carry their money in their shirt pockets.”
This article, written by William Price Fox, originally appeared in The Saturday Evening Post on April 6th, 1968.