2011. Genoa. G8. Cosimo, an Italian boy, helps Nicole, French. A look: it is love. Then the two boys return to Genoa; here they work for a friend, Paul, concert organizer. This goes on ... See full summary »
Palermo in the 1970s. The Ciraulos are modest scrap dealers whose uneventful lives are turned upside down the day their youngest daughter is accidentally killed by clumsy killers. Their ... See full summary »
8-year old boy, Shinpei, who loves fishing and painting, lives with his beautiful mother, surrounded by nature. His mother, Satsuki, has a weak constitution and lost her husband years ago. ... See full summary »
Ministers from the G8 countries meet in Germany to decide on a secret plan affecting many countries. IMF director Roché has invited a monk for his confession. Roché's later found dead. Is it murder or suicide? Did he reveal the plan?
Two young men are recruited into the Japanese air force just before outbreak of WW2 by the testpilot of Japans new super fighter - the Zero. The movie is told in reverse from the point of ... See full summary »
The story of a young mother (Jasmine Trinca) with a failed marriage behind her, who fights daily for her dream to open a hair salon, challenging her fate in an effort to free herself and gain independence and right to happiness.
'Lasciati Andare' ("Let Yourself Go") begins excellently, with the reliably brilliant Toni Servillio playing a jaded psychotherapist who takes his wife for granted even though the pair are formally separated. But after a health-scare he reluctantly takes on an excitable personal trainer and various forms of chaos ensue. Unfortunately, as the film continues, these episodes become both more outrageous and more generic - the earlier incidents are funnier because they're better grounded in the specifics of the character and the situation. Overall, it's mildly amusing rather than hysterical.
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