Yuppi du is a 1975 Italian comedy film directed by Adriano Celentano. It was entered into the 1975 Cannes Film Festival.
Felice Pietà is a man of modest means living with his second wife, Adelaide. Together, they raise Monica, from his first marriage with Silvia, who committed suicide long ago.
Having never really accepted the disappearance of Silvia, Felice returns one last time to the place where his ex-wife had taken her own life. Silvia reappears, however, revealing to have left because of poverty and being tired of the easy life she was leading with Felice in Venice. Felice leaves Adelaide to start a new life with Silvia.
When Silvia decides to leave for London to clear things up with her husband, Felice proposes to bring his daughter. Silvia therefore parts, but does not return. Only after a few months Felice learns where he lives Silvia, along with Monica. Reaches them then to Milan, where the rich husband of Silvia emphasizes the protagonist legal difficulties he would face in trying to get back her daughter. At this point, Felice - using the same logic "market" - suggests the sale by weight of Monica. Silvia's husband tries to haggle over weight, and eventually pay 45 million for the child. On the return trip by train to Venice, Felice meets a woman the same as Silvia. The silent dialogue takes place through voiceovers of the characters (as has happened elsewhere in the film): the promise of eternal love and happiness made by the woman, Felice says she can not believe more love and know that in reality 'sole purpose of her is to take away his money.
In the film, several subplots are also important, related the story of the violence suffered by Napoleon's girlfriend, to death by accident on the work of Scognamillo, as well as several found visual, narrative, comedy.
Claudia Mori as Adelaide,
Charlotte Rampling as Silvia,
Gino Santercole as Napoleone,
Adriano Celentano as Felice Della Pietà,
Rosita Celentano as Monica,
Carla Brait as The Maid,
Memo Dittongo as Scognamillo,
Carla Mancini (credit only),
Lino Toffolo as Nane,
Sonia Viviani as Napoleone's girl,
Raffaele di Sipio as Man in the toilet (uncredited),
Pippo Starnazza as Old man in Milan bar (uncredited)
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