“They say crimes of passion are never prosecuted, leastways south of Rome.”
Sandro is a mediocre baker. He has a hard life, baking bread from before the sun rises six days a week. They want a family, but Sandro seldom has the energy to do the necessary, which makes Anna, his wife, unsatisfied in more ways than one.
When Boni, Sandro’s sister, comes demanding vengeance on her philandering husband, it transpires that Sandro is far worse than mediocre as a murderer. With little idea of how to kill a man and get away with it, and assisted by a brother-in-law who knows even less, Sandro is soon caught and sentenced to life in prison, where he learns a whole new skillset.
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