Andrea Damiani sends his wife Valeria off on a skiing holiday so he can spend time with his demanding mistress, Giulia. Little does he suspect that Valeria is having a rendezvous with a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
La moglie in vacanza... l'amante in città
Andrea Damiani sends his wife Valeria off on a skiing holiday so he can spend time with his demanding mistress, Giulia. Little does he suspect that Valeria is having a rendezvous with a ...
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Graham B (mx) wrote: Enrique returns home from a stint in prison to find his homelife has changed. His wife is hiding an affair she had whilst he was away and his son Michael is going through a sexual/gender awakening. The bigoted father tries hard to grasp hold of his masculine ideals, whilst Angela tries her best to keep her family dynamic together.Though the story of a man returning home from prison to find shit has changed is rather well trodden ground, the tale of Michael's transexuality and the gender politics it brings on is a nice angle.Harmony Santana is a triumph as Michael and gives the character real empathy. The cast as a whole does very well, but I found Enrique's arc to be rather flat and his story should have held equal heading with that of his son. The juxtaposition of the two characters could have been so much more interesting. It just fell a little flat here.An intriguing tale of sexual transformation, but not much more.
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Louise S (de) wrote: This is a very important, yet very sad film. I cried in the Theatre when I saw it and had to take some time to get myself together before I could stand up to leave .
David A (ru) wrote: Another great stop motion animation that will enlightened and frightened children; "Coraline" shines with its coming of age story where Coraline must choose between her real family or a family that she always wanted. The animation might be creepy for some, but for others who enjoy a unique experience, this film delivers thanks to a couple of eccentric characters and cool imagery.
Grant H (fr) wrote: You have to see it. I know it looks stupid. It might be, I was a kid when I saw it. But it was good then.
Alex H (mx) wrote: Like the live action Cat in the Hat adaption that would follow three years later, How the Grinch Stole Christmas (or simply The Grinch) is an easily-dated butchering of the classic children's book.
Nicholas W (it) wrote: Fun, intelligent, dark move that functions on multiple levels.
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Grac G (mx) wrote: Slight, melancholy, and overall a well realized celebration of everyday triumphs, and the strange and wonderful ability of lonely people to find each other and in doing so to redeem themselves.
Zack B (fr) wrote: Night Tide is a decent suspense/thriller flick that serves decently in that capacity. A creepy atmosphere is set through its music and awkward conversation between Johnny (Dennis Hopper) and Mora (Linda Lawson) in the beginning. However, the film was pretty unspectacular as it moved along. I kept up with its plot points and the story's twists and turns. Yet, you can probably notice by now that I'm not really pointing anything unique out about this film. The story may have been a tad slow, but I was overall satisfied with how the story slowly unraveled and reveled itself.