Despite being given second billing in Luciano Martino’s In Camera Mia, Nastassja only appears in a handful of scenes throughout the films 95 minute running time. I am unable to offer up a review of what appears to be a rather slight sex comedy due to the fact that my copy is only in Italian. The film is definitely a vehicle for Gianfranco Manredi and is probably most notable for giving future Italian screen goddess Vittoria Belvedere her first big screen role. Here are some screen captures of Nastassja in this rather mysterious entry in her filmography. My look at Faraway, So Close will continue this weekend.