Tony Tanner, a stamps dealer, has learned to travel with the bare minimum: a lightweight and inconspicuous suitcase, which accompanies him during his wanderings in search of rare items. One day at a station, Tony finds a worn looking and delicate diary on a bench, mysteriously landed in our time from the eighteenth century. It belonged to the young and pretty Hortense who, from page to page, tells Tony of her mad love for the charming, irresistible and devilish Count Saint-Germain. Absorbed in the reading of the diary, Tony forgets reality and his travel becomes a journey through time. At the end of this reading, his life will be changed enough to decide abandones his programs and leave the train at an unknown station.
[Text in Italian]
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