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Gian Paolo Cugno
Maria Grazia Cucinotta,
Enrico Lo Verso
The love between Alex, a mature successful advertising agent, and Niki, now twenty, continues to deepen and blossom. It has now been three years since they vowed to love each other forever before their special rendezvous lighthouse. Despite their age difference, Alex is convinced Niki is the woman he wants to marry. And Niki, in the beginning, is overjoyed. Yet, as the crucial date approaches, mounting doubts, fears - and temptations too - suddenly make Niki do the unthinkable. She calls off the wedding. Far from being the end of the couple's love story, however, this could unexpectedly be the tender, courageous and amusing beginning of Niki and Alex's "impossible" dream come true... Written by
I am very lucky to have watched both "Scusa ma ti chiamo amore" and "Scusa ma ti voglio sposare" yesterday after they were released in 2008 and 2010 respectively. It is such a shame that I hadn't watched them earlier, especially the first one. I am trying to give a review for both, I watched the first yesterday, and was very glad Italy has very good quality in film making, such as this chick flick, and I couldn't wait to see this sequel. To remind you, I am not familiar with Italian, though I learned it some 20 years ago for few days after I had studied Espanol for 2 years at high school. So I always have to count on the subtitles, I hope they did a decent job for their translation so I could give a proper review and afterthought.
I recognized Rauol Bova from "Under the Tuscan Sun" who co-starred with Diane Lane, one of my fav actresses since she was very young, but it was my first time to see Michela Quattrociocch, who had a very charming aura from her look and caught my attention as she was such a bellisima from both releases, reminding me of the younger version of Sela Ward, the American actress famous for her roles in "The Fugituve" with Harrison Ford and "CSI:NY".
The movie series is all about unorthodox romance, and it centers on one that occurs between a blossomy teenager(17) and a mature and career-successful late 30-something. The discrepancy of age caused some confusion for the guy, but the girl shows such a passion for him, and not surprisingly they ended up being a couple with a happy ending, despite of many difficulties for them to deal with. This kind of issue reminds me of my situation: I used to have a crush on a girl 22 junior my age, but it turned out to be a middle-aged guy's fancy, so I indeed related to that kind of emotion when I watched the movies. Still, it is one of the beautiful things in the world, regardless of being not so realistic in reality.
I try not to spoil the fun for this very good romantic story, and I give both a rating of 8 for their being in my heart after the last second.
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