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Dominic works round the clock: nights making biscotti for his family's bakery in a working-class Italian neighborhood in Pittsburgh, then days downtown where he's a specialist in firing people at a company that negotiates mergers. He's thrown for a loop with he learns that Bella, an elderly neighbor who's his family's closest friend, has but a few months to live. All her life, she's saved money in coffee cans for her daughter, Lucca's, wedding, but Lucca is off in foreign lands, initially as a Peace Corps volunteer, and doesn't need a man. Dominic vows to bring Lucca home and convince her to marry him to fulfill Bella's most fervent wish. What will Lucca say? Written by
Disappointingly awful, yet watched the whole thing
I watched this movie on account of having an interest in movies with baking or cooking in it. The most authentic part of this movie involves the scenes where food is being prepared, and yet, like everything else in the movie, it reeks of shoddy, TV-movie production. The editing was jumpy, the dialog was dreadful, and the accents defied belief. No one from anywhere speaks like "me want this, me no want that". Bleckh.
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