Il Paradiso delle Ladies 8, does Fiorenza discover Adelaide’s secret?
The final scene of episode 13 of season 8 of The Ladies’ Paradise leaves us with a doubt. Neither The Ladies’ Paradise 8, Does Fiorenza discover Adelaide’s secret?
Let’s take a step back. Fiorenza compliments Flora on her dress. It’s a pleasure to have models like her. That evening Gentile will not be missing at the club. Fiorenza informs the stylist that Adelaide will be present. Seen the bond between Adelaide and Umberto won’t it bother you? Fiorenza thinks that what happened to the Countess at the club last time is a emotional breakdown to be in front of her boyfriend and ex-flame. Flora lets it slip that Adelaide is dealing with a skeleton in the closet. Gramini summarizes: “a dark secret has come to light again”.
For the moment Fiorenza doesn’t know what the secret is, but from previous seasons, we know what she’s made of. We could bet on the fact that will investigate.
Il Paradiso delle Ladies 8, Fiorenza causes Adelaide to collapse?
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Umberto asks Adelaide what she thinks of engineer Antonini’s mission. It’s absurd that a man from such an ambiguous past managed to obtain the necessary votes. He says a lot about the barbarism of their times. Adelaide knows her conscience is clear… There isn’t a single person at the Club who wouldn’t want to do business with her. Fiorenza interjects alluding to the fact that everyone has their own secrets. Everyone has it.”more or less burning, more or less unmentionable”. He adds: “It’s part of human nature, right?”. Adelaide pretends not to understand what she is referring to. The Commander encourages her to speak openly. “I have nothing to say, mine was just an innocent comment” says Fiorenza. Umberto defends the Countess because her insinuation was a good one. He leaves asking to accept her apology.
Yes The Ladies’ Paradise 8, Does Fiorenza cause Adelaide to collapse? Certainly this attack cannot leave the Countess indifferent. In reality, immediately it causes Umberto and Flora’s stability to collapsegiven that it is Ravasi who let slip one sentence too many.