Andrea Rossi-Colombotti, a U.N. official and modern-day Casanova, cannot get aroused unless there’s danger in sex, but women and society are too compliant, so he’s often impotent. A psychiatrist warns him it will get worse, and he should be celibate. Andrea tries and fails at that, abandons his fiancée, finds the occasional life-threatening liaison, and pursues a woman tethered to a dull but murderous husband. Will Andrea find pleasure and fulfillment, or is he doomed to pursue and then go limp when the pursuit is successful?
Originally posted on May 1, 2022 @ 5:20 pm