This slow-paced gem is about the civilizing influence of Italy on beleaguered Londoners both male and female and has its own civilizing influence on the viewer. It's almost like taking a little mini-trip to Italy, a gorgeously filmed enchantment. Written by
It's April in Italy, and anything can happen...even love.
Did You Know?
After filming wrapped, the cast and crew later remarked upon a number of supernatural experiences while filming on location in Italy. Alfred Molina
reportedly felt an ice-cold hand grasp the back of his neck on a night-shoot, while Miranda Richardson
felt her knee-high dress being aggressively yanked to the floor while waiting to film in an old castle. There were also several instances of crew-members having to leave the set after suddenly feeling unwell. See more
Near the beginning of the film, the vase of flowers at the dining table repeatedly changes between shots. See more
Caroline's right. The mind slips sideways. How could I invite him? What would we talk about? The truth is... I bore him, and there's no way back. No, if you bore somebody, it's almost impossible to un-bore him.
Chanson de Matin
Composed by Edward Elgar See more