Nightfall. Marco, a politician, is murdered while he is going home. Also Luca, a gay man, is going home, where his partner Paolo is waiting. But he is on the killer's way, and he is shot. Paolo dashes to the hospital but the doctor doesn't want to tell him anything because Paolo isn't a "real" relative. Luca dies. Paolo starts walking in the streets of the town, where his loneliness will be ever misunderstood. A barman tries to comfort him supposing he was discharged by his girlfriend. Luca's mother orders Paolo to leave the house. A guy takes Paolo to him's, looking for a partner in the night. Paolo runs away from everybody, also from his friend Francesca: she says she is understanding but she can't. While the dawn is coming, Paolo reads about the murders on the newspapers, and realizes that what happened was reality.
Nightfall. Marco, a politician, is murdered while he is going home. Also Luca, a gay man, is going home, where his partner Paolo is waiting. But he is on the killer's way, and he is shot. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Vincent J (gb) wrote: Un clin d'?il plutt russi aux films nouvelle vague, bien interprt et mis en scne.
Jacob D (ag) wrote: Jim Carry was good in it but that's really it, so it sucks.
Skyler B (jp) wrote: I only saw the first one and the one with the English raptors.
Spencer P (kr) wrote: Helped with pitch-perfect direction, humor, blood-pumping action, and a so-cool-it-hurts performance from Michael J. Fox, Back to the Future is part of that pantheon of sci-fi films that care more about their characters' stories than their unique inventions.
Mark S (au) wrote: Based on true story plus Hayward's oscar winning performance compels me to see this.
Private U (ca) wrote: This movie was a blast from the past for me. I was in my seventeens when it came out and was not the movie fanatic I am now, so I have to admit that I kind of missed it at the time. I had the opportunity to watch it lately and I was really really amazed.A really long movie for my taste but one that did not slug or drag even for a minute. Loved the story behind the "band-aids" and the acting by Kate Hudson and Billy Crudup. Patrick Fugit was also amazing in his acting, and being at his age more or less at the time, I am thankful that I didn't watch it back then cause I would have ended up some kind of reporter myself...! Philip Seymour Hoffman was iconic for one more time, leveling up the entire movie just with some short scenes after his lengthy appearance in the beginning. The movie depicts all the backstage stories of rock bands in the best way possible being soooo close to the real situation that it's amazing. It's a movie that does not hesitate to describe things as they happen and it gives the average person a really accurate view of how the industry of show business used to work at the time (or still does). The Jimmy Fallon appearance was also something that I was unaware about and I was thunderstruck by his amazing haircut! This was to die for! Overall, this is more than a decent movie that should be watched by anyone that considers themselves a rock fan and a movie buff!
Nick C (mx) wrote: Although it's vulnerable and uneven, Welcome To Me is funny, clever and endearing.