“Right, right. Ennelle Luca, queen of the Italian screen. I used to have a poster of her on my wall.”

“You were quite the cineaste as a child.”

“Who said anything about being a child? This was in grad school. I took a course in Italian film, and the prof was a devotee of Antonio Tenaglia. He was always tearing down Fellini and building up Tenaglia and we impressionable students lapped it all up.”

“So here we have the address of Ennelle Luca, nee Maria Zoccarato, star of the last six films her lover Tenaglia made before he died, and a virtual recluse ever since. What are we going to do with it?”