Giorgio Bachetti
L: Bernard Giraudeau in Passione d'amore (1981)
R: Jere Shea in Passion (1994)
Characters Adapted from Other Works
First Appearance: Fosca
Creator: Iginio Ugo Tarchetti
Nationality: Italy
Religion: Catholicism
Date of Birth: 1830s
Occupation: Soldier
Military branch: Royal Italian Army
Appearing in:

"The Great White Way"
by Laura Frankos

Set in OTL
Type of Appearance: Direct
Species: VR avatar
Cause of Death: Shot to death
Military Branch: Sondheads

Captain Giorgio Bachetti, Royal Italian Army, is a fictional character from the novel Fosca (1869) by Iginio Ugo Tarchetti. The novel was adapted into the screenplay Passione d'amore (1981), which in turn was the basis for the American stage play Passion (1994). Bachetti, a decorated veteran of Italy's unification wars of the 1850s-60s, is not very skilled in the arena of love. The novel/play deals with his tragic inability to satisfy the emotional needs of the various women he courts, including Fosca, a disturbed, reclusive bibliophile.

Giorgio Bachetti in "The Great White Way"[]

During the Sondheim-Webber battle, Sondhead General Trina Hutchinson strategically sacrificed Captain Giorgio Bachetti in order to lure the Webberite sniper Norma Desmond out of hiding.