The movie is about the story of two musicians: Gianca, who plays the saxophone in a desperate attempt to follow his father's footsteps, and Nick, a trumpeter in love with Clifford Brown. ... See full summary »
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A vicious serial sex killer is on the loose, and landscape gardener and shop-window outfitter Loris is the prime suspect, thanks to his unfortunate habit of getting caught in compromising ... See full summary »
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James meets John, a close friend of his, with whom he had quarreled three years ago and persuades him to go visit their third friend Aldo, who is dying in Sicily. Through flashbacks we ... See full summary »
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The movie is about the story of two musicians: Gianca, who plays the saxophone in a desperate attempt to follow his father's footsteps, and Nick, a trumpeter in love with Clifford Brown. They decide to create a band, and Gianca helps Nick in order to exploit his talent. Until Nick proves himself better than his friend. Written by
Just saw this great film at the Starz Denver International Film Center. The soundtrack is wonderful and we would like to buy it. Any suggestions? I would recommend the movie for those who enjoy Italian cinema. My husband is a jazz pianist and loved the film. There are some great early scenes where the two friends attend a jazz workshop in Umbria one summer. An Italian gentleman introduced the film and described it as a "very personal" film. Although it does not cover heavy subjects like the environment, politics and the like, it touches your heart, he explained. One of the most impressive aspects of the film was the convincing way in which the "musician characters" appeared to actually be playing their instruments. They were also very well cast and quite charming.
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