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Together in Rome to shoot a film, a German actress (McCormack) and an English actor (Pryce) contend with forces that complicate their romance as well as the production itself.

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Together in Rome to shoot a film, a German actress (McCormack) and an English actor (Pryce) contend with forces that complicate their romance as well as the production itself.

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It's All Make Believe, Perhaps That's Why We Love It. The World Outside Is So Cruel.

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i think this movie is stellar!
14 January 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It's not a Chinese-food-movie (you forget what you saw by the time you exit the theater) and it deals with so many identifiable issues....prejudice (adddressing the gay and Jewish population particularly), lost love, the longing for fantasy beyond day to day reality...it's set in a captivating time period (just as WWII broke out) in Italy, features FABULOUS actors who should all get NOMINATIONS, wonderful costumes and a romantic and delicious MUSICAL SCORE! As well, it's quite funny at times...bittersweet and was written by the sadly-no-longer-with-us playwright PETER BARNES (ENCHANTED APRIL, THE RULING CLASS) and directed by sleeping giant JOHN IRVIN.


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