star of the film is, of course, Sophia Loren, who
plays the young Louise and Louise at 80 - Lady L.
Miss Loren is of course an institution, and deservedly so. She is not
extraordinary to look at, she transmits a vitality that is are rare -
especially, among the statuesquely beautiful - as it is authentic."
Eliot Fremont-Smith, New York Times, 19 may 1966
"Sophia is lovely as the settings, Niven is as good as ever, and Lady L
a delightful and funny comedy."
Dennis Powers, Oakland Tribune, 22 jun 1966
"The title role belongs to Sophia Loren whose ability at this sort of
comedy has been proven
many times over. It's about the same sort of thing she did in
"Marriage-Italian Style," "Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow"
and "Boccaccio '70." However, the added attraction is watching
her play an 80-year-old woman. Miss Loren is still striking and some of
work in this segment is effective."
Joan E. Vadeboncoeur, Syracuse Herald Journal, 14 jul 1966
"Miss Loren demonstates her chameleon facility for playing deftly any
Rory Guy, Cinema
makes the best of a difficult role..."
Daivd Wilson, Sight and Sound