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Un amore (1999)

Twenty years of the relationship between a man and a woman. We start in the present, as they are both married to other people and are having an adulterous affair with each other. Then we ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Lorenza Indovina ...
Sara
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Marco
Luciano Federico ...
Filippo
Roberta Lena ...
Veronica
Riccardo Montanaro ...
Investigatore
Enzo Sega ...
Professore
Benedetta Francardo
Gianluca Arcopinto ...
Il marito di Sara
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Enzo Mei
Toni Montecarlo
Giorgia Pellegrini
Paolo Sena
Guido Steglio
Moira Touget
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Twenty years of the relationship between a man and a woman. We start in the present, as they are both married to other people and are having an adulterous affair with each other. Then we move to their first date and from there chronologically through their good and bad moments, break-ups and reconciliations. Written by Marcelo R. <marcelo_fpr@hotmail.com>

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27 August 1999 (Italy)  »

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An Affair of Love  »

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Written by Francesco Guccini
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possibly the worst film I ever saw
15 November 2002 | by See all my reviews

This film is pathetic. It's about the romantic relationship betweeen two people (a man and a woman). But you never know WHY they fall in love, since the director fails to evoke any symphaty for the two main characters in the viewer. They just meet one day, and the next day they are "in love". It's like watching two strangers making out on the bus for two hours. Gross. The acting is dreadful. Many moments made me cringe and want to leave the theatre, like the scene where the two characters meet in a disco. The references to italian cultural history couldn't be more stereotypical (from the perspective of the intellectual left). I'm still waiting the time when italian cinema will abandon these intellectualistic, fake, boring themes and make a honest film with substance.


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