Based on the story of Franca Viola and Filippo Melodia. In Sicily, as a Mafia boss leaves for prison, he advises Vito, a young man who's his potential successor, to marry a virtuous and poor woman. Vito's eye settles on Francesca, only 15, but lovely and self-possessed. Among her virtues are high self worth and forthright speech, so although she falls in love with Vito, she won't bow down to him. Believing he's losing face, he has his boys kidnap her and he rapes her. Then, he tells her he'll still marry her. Instead, she files charges. Her parents, brother, and neighbors refuse to support her. Will she break?
Writer:Damiano Damiani (screenplay), Damiano Damiani (story), Enrico Ribulsi, Sofia Scandurra
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Mike S (nl) wrote: I'm not exaggerating when I say this is one of the worst movies I've ever seen. Not even bad in a funny way. No redeeming qualities at all. I couldn't even enjoy the fairly good music on the soundtrack. I tried to close my eyes and ignore the horrors on the screen, but I just couldn't do it. I can't think of any other non-violent or non-graphic film that made me physically ill simply due to its badness. I had to take some Advil after twenty minutes. I'm not even joking.
Yoann M (es) wrote: A very nice settling with a real morality lesson about racial and social integration, but as the film goes on, nothing really surprising happens and everything that rolls is anticipated. ---Un bon dbut qui met en place une certaine leon de morale sur l'intgration sociale, mais mesure que l'histoire avance, rien de vritablement surprenant arrive et tout est attendu.
Jessica O (nl) wrote: Get your tissue...you'd be surprised at how good this really is!
Tamika C (gb) wrote: This move was great. It shows how good people can go bad because of the cards they are dealt.....Gangster
Anand G (au) wrote: The movie was quite good. This movie made me to think about life especially when Tom Hanks suffered in that Island alone while me here sitting at home with all the basic needs and even more than that such as electronic gadgets, Wi-Fi connection, branded clothes and still feeling like my life is incomplete. This movie taught me to live life without our loved ones with us, basic needs, friends and family. This movie also taught me the bravery and the will power of a man to survive in any sort of danger to meet his loved one. Tom Hanks' acting was marvelous and the part when he came to know that Kelly was married to another guy and has a child, his reaction was priceless and it was too realistic. Thanks for the director of this movie who came up with an idea of making this kind of film and bring up the courage and bravery into kids and teenagers nowadays as they are losing their life due to small problems in their life. This movie would be a lesson to each and every individual who had the thought of suicide when facing silly problems in their life. Thank You.
Lane D (fr) wrote: I needed to see this. Teaching the Double-D's Shakespeare... Hamlet even. Because some things are important regardless.
Adam T (de) wrote: Bond parody from comedian Barry Humphries is not to far removed from the equally crass smutfests of Barry Mackenzie. This one however, falls flat on the cheeseboard with flags up its...well you get it! Why, prey tell, did we need Edna in this movie? Was Humphries not confident that this character could 'hold his own' in a feature film? Thao Penghlis as some of you Days Of Our Lives die-hards may know, is the Aussie actor who played Tony Dimerra.
Courtney T (nl) wrote: I might have seen this as a kid but I'm not sure. And I'm definitely not willing to Netflix it to find out.
Carol Ann M (es) wrote: A bit different but still good.
Jo Y (gb) wrote: got to see this one.I like all the actors
Stephanie D (fr) wrote: The plus to this movie is that it was so short! I didn't understand how time passed in the movie so I kept getting confused.
Paul D (au) wrote: A rom-com reworking of Guess Who's Coming To Dinner? It feels fairly dated in its premise and the comedy which is supposed to emanate from this premise is severely lacking.
Fernando D (ru) wrote: Not as good as the orginal, far from that actually, but still, a very good sequel, with lots of action and sword fights!