All it takes is picking up the phone, dialing a number, and in barely half an hour, you'll have a guy in a red outfit standing at your doorstep with a pizza in his hand. Who's that guy ... See full summary »
All it takes is picking up the phone, dialing a number, and in barely half an hour, you'll have a guy in a red outfit standing at your doorstep with a pizza in his hand. Who's that guy bringing us dinner to go with a SuperBowl or Champion's League soccer game on TV or the latest Blu-ray blockbuster? In FOUR SEASONS, such a guy is Mario, a film geek, love addict and college drop-out with a less-than-impressive resume, who's facing an identity crisis at the end of his twenties while living with his grandpa. Mario delivers pizzas. He's one of the many surviving off his tips by working at Pizzicato, a pizza shop owned by one nasty, sleazy boss and the kind of place you would only dare order food from at gun-point. However, Pizzicato is also the setting for this humble, little big tale of delivers to strange clients and of young people searching for love, friendship, and their place in life. Between each pizza delivery, we will get to know the tale of Pizzicato and its wonderful workers ... Written by
Sweet, delightful, lovely, full of colors and love. What a surprise. It deserves to be watched by everyone who loves good movies and for those who doesn't know to create memorable characters. It's ending is a lovely honoring to the greatest love movies of all time (from "Gone with the wind", "Annie Hall" to "Before sunset") with this memorable characterizations by the -by now- unknown David Verdaguer (Woody Allen clown) and charming Leticia Dolera (Imagining Argentina). Amazing and fresh performance with brilliant dialogs full of memorable quotes. One of the best romantic comedies of the year and, no doubt, one of the Spanish greatest of 2010. Low-budget, huge imagination. This is one of the best TV-movies I ever seen. 10 out of 10.
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