A natty-looking but predictable love story that's not only in widescreen but also, for a large part, in split-screen.
Boyd van Hoeij
Italo documentary plays more like a DVD special feature than a proper documentary.
A Neapolitan gambler tries to mend his ways in view of his daughter's upcoming nuptials.
Two Christian marriage counselors don't exactly practice what they preach.
The life and influence of composer Edgard Varese are explored in monotonous fashion.
The line between compassion and exploitation becomes increasingly blurred.
This languid, quietly sensual feature lays on the estrogen.
Pic zooms in on specific moments of love and loss.
A film that has a beating heart underneath its messy -- though breathtakingly designed -- exterior.
Pic showcases the acting chops and engaging screen presence of Ksenia Rappoport.
This pricey Italian historical re-creation with a sexy young cast should do OK business locally.