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Marta is an interviewer for a poll company: she listens to other people's dreams but she lives a cold and single life, after having left her boyfriend just before the marriage. One day she tries an online sex chat with the nickname of Viola and 'meets' Wittler, and a sort of burning sex relationship starts. Day after day, he gets more and more power over Marta until he manages to get her real name and address, and the border between online life and real life vanishes. Written by
Alessio F. Bragadini <firstname.lastname@example.org>
As much as I wanted to like this movie (Stefania Rocca is one of my favorite actresses) I could not get "complete satisfaction". The plot is well exploited, and not as foreseeable as other, similar, movies - the twist at the end, alas, is foreseeable.
The actors' performance is not bad at all, unfortunately the story is not completely up to the par. Not bad, but could be much better.
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