Nico Rinaldi gets Dr. Matthew Heller to see his wife Silvia, born D'Alessandro, privately, about a tumor. This stirs doc's memory how they met 15 years before, as young medical idealists, ...
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Nico Rinaldi gets Dr. Matthew Heller to see his wife Silvia, born D'Alessandro, privately, about a tumor. This stirs doc's memory how they met 15 years before, as young medical idealists, postulating for a relief expedition to (ficticious) civil war-ravaged Gomba in black Africa. After an Amsterdam prep course from Dr. François Francois, who warned they'll age a lot in year, the Chicago laborer's son and Italian industrialist's daughter left for man-made hell in the tropics.Written by
Marisa Tomei was paid $1 million for her portrayal of Evie. See more »
Evie presses Matthew to talk about what has been worrying him and she is holding his hand while she tells him that she can make him talk. In the next shot (taken from the opposite side) he is holding hers. See more »
This movie was way over the top, mostly dealing with the cancer, it was just unrealistic portrayal of a women with caner. Then the constant going back and forth and the screen saying what year it was. I don't appreciate watching Silvia collapse every five minutes from the brain cancer, i mean in real life people don't constantly collapse i've never seen a cancer patient ever do that, and they have her shaking vigorously like a vibrator, its so disturbing seeing this. People don't melodramatically do that in real life, and her death clichéd, shes talking and then dies, like love story ugh. 1/10 stars, and Marissa Tomei wasn't all that great in it either.
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