Most Popular Titles With Stefania De Santis
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1. And They Call It Summer (2012)
89 min | Drama
Dino is forty years old and an immense love for Anna, who is unable to touch and consume in an embrace. Anesthetist by day, compulsive lover at night, seeking satisfaction with prostitutes ... See full summary »
2. Black Souls (2014)
109 min | Drama
The story of three brothers, the sons of a shepherd, close to the ndrangheta and of their divided soul.
3. Romanzo Criminale (2005)
152 min | Crime, Drama
Set in the 1970s, it's the story of three lifelong friends who take control of organized crime in Rome.
5. Dormant Beauty (2012)
115 min | Drama
A mosaic of several intertwined stories questioning the meaning of life, love and hope, set during the last six days in the life of Eluana Englaro, a young woman who spent 17 years in a vegetative state.
6. The Spectator (2004)
98 min | Drama
Valeria is a 26-yr-old inhibited and solitary girl. She lives in Turin, Italy, where she works as a simultaneous translator. There are no romantic relationships in her life, but she allows ... See full summary »
8. Sorelle Mai (2010)
105 min | Drama
The film, a nostalgic fantasy documentary, depicts in six episodes a family story in Bobbio between 1999 and 2008. We discover the 5 years-old Elena being brought up by her aunts (Marco ... See full summary »
10. Il resto di niente (2004)
103 min | Drama, History
Set in the 1790s, this historical drama follows the travails of an idealistic noblewoman who helps lead a daring revolution in Italy.
13. Good Morning Heartache (2008)
93 min | Comedy
The marriage of an actor and a freelance film editor breaks up unexpectedly in front of two filmmakers' camera.
15. Amore e libertà - Masaniello (2006)
120 min | History
The film is based upon the true and tragic events, which took place in Naples in July 1647. The historical background are the misgovernment and fiscal oppression having aroused much ... See full summary »