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Unrelated (2007)

Not Rated | | Drama | 19 September 2008 (UK)
A woman in an unhappy relationship takes refuge with a friend's family on holiday in Tuscany.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kathryn Worth ...
Anna
Harry Kershaw ...
Archie
Emma Hiddleston ...
Badge
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Jack
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Oakley
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Verena
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Charlie
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George
Leonetta Mazzini ...
Herself
Benedetto Fiorentini ...
Himself
Giovanna Mennell ...
Herself
Nicoleta Stroe ...
Herself
Jonathan Mennell ...
Himself
Luisa Bartolomei ...
Herself
Elisabetta Fiorentini ...
Herself
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During a sticky patch in her marriage forty-something Anna spends a summer holiday with her friends Verena and George at their Tuscan villa but hangs out with the couple's teen-aged children and their cousin Oakley, with whom she goes skinny-dipping and sight-seeing. When the youngsters prang a borrowed car and Anna tells George how it happened, causing a huge scene with his elder son, the kids turn against her. Observing family life as an outsider - unrelated - Anna ultimately comes to be grateful for what she has got. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Tom Hiddleston (Oakley) and Emma Hiddleston (Badge) are real life siblings, but do not play siblings in the film. See more »

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Set You Free - Set Me Free
Written by O'Toole, Longworth and Lewis
Performed by N-Trance (uncredited)
Licensed courtesy of AATW
Published by All Boys Music Ltd/BMG Music Publishing Ltd
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I'd like to say this was a good film but.........
4 October 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

The one thing this film was, was a brilliant portrayal of the obnoxious moneyed English at play in Tuscany, the arrogance and superciliousness of the younger characters and the emotionally uptight 'olds'. I'm not sure if this was the intention of all concerned as the programme notes at the cinema summarised the film as 'an illuminating and touching study of personal crises over ageing and our need to belong'. The Oakley character was particularly repulsive, superb acting there. As for Anna, her desperation oozed out of every hangdog look she delivered, perpetually on the verge of tears which she duly wept with absolutely no sympathy from myself. I'm guessing the dialogue was improvised, if not then the irritating 'banter' and outpourings reveal a script of true mastery, very naturally mundane with the 'youngs' speaking American TV influenced posh and the 'olds' confined to world weary tones. Overall, I couldn't have cared less if Anna had been gang raped or if they'd all been killed in the car crash, the world would be better off without people like these. By the time of Anna's revelation to V at the hotel I was so sick of her face that it was the one moment I laughed. It was bad judgement on my part going to see Unrelated and half way through I was close to walking out but like any disaster, it was difficult to avert my eyes, a woeful experience. I hope all concerned go on to better things.


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