The Climax is a 1967 movie that follows the life of Sergio (Ugo Tognazzi), a lady-loving violinist. Over the years, Sergio has fallen in love with three women, creating three different families. Rather than give up on his shenanigans, Sergio works very hard to provide for each of the three families by working day and night. On top of that, he has to remember anniversaries and birthdays, which shoes and dresses fit who, and what toys he has bought for his children. He talks to each of his wives several times a day, as they call him to check up on him at work, which annoys him. When things become too much to handle anymore, Sergio suffers a heart attack that kills him. His death shows him the impact of his selfishness as he watches his own funeral from heaven. Pietro Germi directs this Golden Globe and Golden Palm nominated Italian comedy.