The true story of Rosario Livatino, a young judge in Sicily in the early 1980s, who have been nicknamed 'The Boy Judge' from the President of the Republic. He's strictly incorruptible, ... See full summary »
Horror anthology mini-series directed by the Italian master of horror, Lamberto Bava. Graveyard Disturbance and Dinner with a Vampire have a dark comical twist, while Until Death and The Ogre are regular horror.
Gregory Lech Thaddeus,
well this new family production with Sabrina left me perplexed and is much more less interesting than Padre Di Figlia: both have the same context: Sabrina is a single mother with a young daughter and she lives in the same house with a single man. If the 1st happens in Roma, this one happens in Chioggia... After, it becomes blurry because i watched it in Italian and it's however a bit strange: Sabrina restores a painting in this house and in the same time she is involved in yogurt production! The guy Léo is played by a decent actor who looks like Hofman or Simpsons Milhouse but he can speak to the dog (Béo)! There is not much action or emotion or exotic places because everything happens around the house. Honestly even if Sabrina delivers her usual all around work (serious, in love, upset, caring, ...) the movie is very, very slow and much too long all the more than you can guess everything that will happen: they study, they fall in love, they break, they rejoice... Maybe with a french dubbing, it would have been sense but actually, i didn't get it...
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