|Directed by||Roman Polanski|
|Produced by||Carlo Ponti|
|Written by||Roman Polanski and Gérard Brach|
Carlo delle Piane,
Mogens von Gadow
|Music by||Claudio Gizzi|
|December 7, 1972|
|Country||Italy, France, Germany|
|Language||English, Italian, French|
What? (Che?, also variously titled Quoi?, Was?, and Diary of Forbidden Dreams) is a 1973 comedy film written and directed by Roman Polanski, starring Marcello Mastroianni, Sydne Rome and Hugh Griffith.
Set in an unnamed coastal city in Italy, the film tells a story of an American girl, Nancy (Sydne Rome) who, after being sexually assaulted attempt, takes shelter in a villa filled with strange guests. There, she gets into a relationship with a retired pimp Alex (Marcello Mastroianni).
- Marcello Mastroianni as Alex
- Sydne Rome as Nancy
- Hugh Griffith as Joseph Noblart
- Guido Alberti as Priest
- Gianfranco Piacentini as Tony
- Carlo Delle Piane as Young Oaf #1 in Car
- Mario Bussolino as Young Oaf #2 in Car
- Henning Schlüter as Catone
- Christiane Barry as Dresser
- Pietro Tordi as Man-Servant
- Nerina Montagnani as Chambermaid
- Mogens von Gadow as German
- Dieter Hallervorden as German
- Elisabeth Witte as Baby
- John Karlsen as Edward
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- "«Che?» di Roman Polanski Sydne Rome in un mondo di pazzi". Retrieved 27 August 2013.
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