Ieri, oggi, domani (Yesterday, today and tomorrow in the english version) is a 1963 comedy anthology film by Italian director Vittotio de Sica. It stars Sophia Loren and Marcello Mastroianni. The film consists of three short stories about couples in different parts of Italy. Adelina of Naples, is about Adelina (Loren), who supports her unemployed husband Carmine (Mastroianni) and child by selling black market cigarettes. Anna of Milan, in which Anna (Loren dressed by Christian Dior) is the wife of a mega-rich industrialist who has a lover named Renzo (Mastroianni). Whilst driving together in her husband’s Rolls-Royce, Anna must determine which is the most important to her happiness; Renzo or the Rolls. Mara of Rome, is about Mara (Loren), who works as a prostitute from her apartment, servicing a variety of high class clients including Augusto (Mastroianni), the wealthy, powerful and neurotic son of a Bologna industrialist. The film won the Academy Award Best Foreign Language Film at the 37th Academy Awards.