The Solitude of Prime Numbers
Prime numbers are divisible only by one and themselves. These numbers are solitary and incomprehensible to others. Alice and Mattia are both "prime", both haunted by the tragedies that have marked them in childhood: a skiing accident for Alice which has caused a defect in her leg, and the loss of his twin sister for Matthew.
- Stars:Alba Rohrwacher, Luca Marinelli, Martina Albano, Vittorio Lomartire, Arianna Nastro, Tommaso Neri, Isabella Rossellini, Roberto Sbaratto, Maurizio Donadoni, Giorgia Senesi, Aurora Ruffino, Giorgia Pizzo, Filippo Timi,
- Country:Italy, Germany, France
- Director:Saverio Costanzo,
- Writer:Paolo Giordano (story and screenplay), Saverio Costanzo (story and screenplay), Paolo Giordano (novel)
Non-linearly follows two kids, rejected by their peers, who become friends. They separate later in life and dedicate to their careers. Still, they feel as if something is missing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Solitude of Prime Numbers torrent reviews
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(kr) wrote: despite having terrible reviews, I thiught this movie was great! The subject matter was dark and quite disturbing but the beginnings of Hannibal Lector aren't going to be sunshine and rainbows. The mood was set from the start, it was an on the edge of your seat kind of suspense and a gut wrenching, sickening sense of despair and gore. I thought that the balance was spot on and that the story was cleverly written
(es) wrote: All the charms from the first film is in very short supply in the edge of reason. resulting in a charm free,unfunny,boring,and,predictable sequel.
(de) wrote: Great Flick - What went on at Death Row was unreal!!!
(fr) wrote: Ok. Poses some interesting questions about fidelity. Does drag a bit though.
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(nl) wrote: haven't seen this film for years dont know where i can get it from have tried anyone know where i cn get it from.really want to see it again.