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In Tuscany to promote his latest book, a middle-aged English writer meets a French woman who leads him to the village of Lucignano.

In Tuscany to promote his latest book, a middle-aged British writer meets a French woman who leads him to the village of Lucignano. While there, a chance question reveals something deeper. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Niclas H (kr) wrote: Inte den hr heller!

jo h (nl) wrote: gorgeous .....murnau meets flaherty....crazy

bill s (jp) wrote: Nice little comic surprise...more laughs in a half hour of this movie than most of the big budget blockbuster comedies this year combined.

Lee (fr) wrote: A surprising fall from grace for Japanese director Takashi Shimitzu, the guy responsible for the super-creepy Grudge movies. Shock Labyrinth was a drastic dip in quality. No scares, no atmosphere, poor story and lame acting. The film was made in 3D but it really didn't enhance the film at all, it's far from the likes of Avatar or even My Bloody Valentine 3D. Admittedly there was a couple of cool small visual effects to add a more creepy look to the ghost and the scenes at the end when the freaky wax figures came to life were very good, if only they were used more in the film. Overall this was just boring and not effective enough as a ghost movie. It could have been better, but even at its best it would have been quite standard stuff.

Jbells16 B (mx) wrote: This movie has a lot of great laughs!

Donald Z (nl) wrote: It's worth seeing a smart but (in the past, at least) potentially misguided man explore his role in history. Yes, it's a bit biased in downplaying McNamara's role in pushing for the continuation of the Nam war, but it does show a man who has primarily learned the error of his follies. Perhaps he learned them a bit too late, but his account serves to hopefully teach future world shapers not to make the same mistakes. This movie shows the tragedy of how smart men can still be excruciatingly dumb in certain situations, and that, as McNamara says, rationality, in itself, will not save us.

Anthony F (br) wrote: The most awe-inspiring film I ever will see. My faith in humanity has been restored thanks to this movie.

Jarrett G (kr) wrote: I expected more from this movie. Aside from some funny situations, there wasn't much there.

Stephen A (mx) wrote: This is a great wholesome movie fit for any family. Johnathan Tyler Thomas is an absolute delight to watch.

Michael H (mx) wrote: Far too silly to be taken seriously, but for one of Carpenter's lesser works it does stand up pretty respectably

Neil O (nl) wrote: Unpleasant and violent though competent vigilante thriller from Carry On producer Peter Rogers. Joan Collins phones in her usual lazy, disinterested, graceless performance whilst the rest of the cast do their best with a script that attempts to deal with serious issues - child molestation, grief and the emotional complications of revenge but it's done in such over-the-top bad taste that the seriousness can't be taken seriously. Should appeal to Sun readers especially.

Henrik A (it) wrote: Hilariously stupid "documentary" filled with blatant lies and devastatingly incompetent filmmaking.

Thomas B (mx) wrote: Great western movie!!!!