Raja (Khanna) discovers that his face is similar to that of Dr. Shekhar, one of the top earning doctors of Bombay. He somehow manages to take his place, but discovers that even Dr. Shekhar has problems of his own. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Raja (Khanna) discovers that his face is similar to that of Dr. Shekhar, one of the top earning doctors of Bombay. He somehow manages to take his place, but discovers that even Dr. Shekhar has problems of his own.
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Baber A (kr) wrote: Lovely Movie...Finally seen it!
Tim G (jp) wrote: Pretty unbelievable.
Sarah S (jp) wrote: What a great love story.
Marti H (mx) wrote: The Last Kiss (2001) 4 stars THE LAST KISS, an Italian romantic comedy/drama, was one of Italy's most acclaimed movies in 2001. There is lovely photography (especially of weddings), a fine musical score and some whimsy. The story is mostly about Carlo (Stefano Accorsi), who is having a "mid-life" crisis as age 29 1/2. His girlfriend Giulia, pronounced Julia (Giovanna Mezzogiorno), is pregnant and they are about to be married. But Carlo is pondering whether this is all happening too fast - and whether he is really ready for the monotony of family life. To make matters worse, this uncertainty is encouraged by his three immature friends, one of whom is already married with a six-month-old child. In this setting, Carlo meets an 18-year-old sex-pot named Francesca (Martina Stella). Francesca falls for Carlo and it is anyone's guess whether Carlo will be a man and stay with Giulia, or be a jerk and hook-up with Francesca. At the same time, Carlo's future mother-in-law, Anna (Stefania Sandrelli), is going through a real mid-life crisis. All of these people are passionate Italians, so there is an abundance of screaming, crying, and sex. But there's a warmth to this story and to these characters, as well. We "know" these people - maybe we have even felt like them at one time or another in our own lives. Although this emotional romantic drama was not appreciated by everyone, I found it entertaining - and the very last seconds of the film are simply perfetto (perfect)!! Subtitles required. 12-13-10
Zeinab M (it) wrote: Romantic film but bad adoption for a classical working. Anthony Perkins was the star of the film unlike Audrey Hepburn who did not shine as usual.
Nicola B (es) wrote: Love a movie with a good twist, although one disappointing scene towards the end
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