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Renzo e Lucia (2004)

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Credited cast:
Stefano Scandaletti ... Renzo Tramaglino
Michela Macalli ... Lucia Mondella
... Don Abbondio
... Suor Virginia
... Agnese Mondella
... Don Rodrigo
Gigio Alberti ... Il Griso
... Tonio
Toni Bertorelli ... Fra Cristoforo
... Conte del Sagrato
Carlo Cecchi ... Cardinal Federigo Borromeo
Sebastiano Filocamo ... Nibbio
... Gervaso
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Massimiliano Cutrera
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13 January 2004 (Italy)  »

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€8,000,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Old Master paintings in movement and with sound.
10 April 2008 | by See all my reviews

I was mesmerized by this movie, it's SOOO beautiful! and although it needs TWO CD's because of its length, it's so very well done and compelling that seems to be too short.

One would like for the story to go on and on! I should feel ashamed of myself, since I decided to pick up this film at the Dante Alighieri Mediateca --Italian language school in Buenos Aires-- for the only reason that it was so long and therefore it could've helped me with my studies of the Italian language --I didn't have the slightest idea about the contents of this film-- but from the opening sequence...Wow! I was hooked to the bitter end.

*SPOILERS AHEAD*

The end isn't bitter at all, on the contrary! if I could find a weak point in this movie the end would be it. I think that maybe the director thought that the story, being so dark, needed an uplifted ending, sort of a 60s Doris Day ending, right? And from my point of view, it threw away all the misery that was being so painfully worked out so masterfully throughout the whole movie. Pity. With and ending respectful of the movie contents, this could have been a true masterpiece. But then, nobody's perfect!


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