Julia, an American woman living in Italy, becomes depressed and traumatized after her husband Paolo is killed in a car accident on their wedding day. Six years later, Julia inexplicably finds herself sliding in time between two different worlds where in one she is still struggling with her grief over Paolo's death, and in the other world she is married to Paolo who's alive and well with their five year old son, where Julia is having an affair with a British gentleman named Daniel, in which the frequent supernatural sliding between these two worlds threaten to drive Julia crazy when she begins having difficulty in telling them apart and learning which world she is currently living in.
Writer:Peter Del Monte (screenplay), Silvia Napolitano (screenplay), Sandro Petraglia (screenplay), Silvia Napolitano (story), Joseph Minion (dialogue)
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Evan K (gb) wrote: Pretty solid, nice fight scenes, although it drags a bit in parts.
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Meredith W (nl) wrote: With its nice retro Aussie soundtrack, this is filled with Nick Earls novel imagery. Identifiable but dated.
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Ricardo H (br) wrote: Ser que E.L James se inspir en el guin de esta pelicula para escribir su afamada trilogia que mezcla la novela rosa adolescente con el sadomasoquismo y la dominacin? Si es as, ella no repar en cambiar el apellido del protagonista. Lean y saquen sus conclusiones. Ahh, pero esta si es una buena pelicula, y es del 2002.
Marvin B (ag) wrote: Simple yet overpowering.
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