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Tuscan Skies ~ Andrea Bocelli ~ (2001)

Bocelli performs ten songs around a loose structure. After the hurly-burly of a metropolitan concert, he longs for the quiet of his rural seaside home in Tuscany. He returns, singing on ... See full summary »

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Larry Weinstein
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Cast

Credited cast:
Andrea Bocelli ... Himself
Roberto Tozzi Roberto Tozzi ... Young Andrea's father
Sabrina Paravicini Sabrina Paravicini ... Mysterious Woman {Mascagni}
Alessandro Coari Alessandro Coari ... Male Lover {Mille Lune Mille Onde} (as Allesandro Coari)
Sandra Biondi Sandra Biondi ... Female Lover {Mille Lune Mille Onde}
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Helena Hellwig Helena Hellwig ... Helena (L'Abitudine)
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Bocelli performs ten songs around a loose structure. After the hurly-burly of a metropolitan concert, he longs for the quiet of his rural seaside home in Tuscany. He returns, singing on location; as he sings, he remembers his childhood, particularly his relationship with his playful and attentive father and his joy around horses. He also recalls or imagines an afternoon of lovemaking in an isolated villa. Time in the studio recording "L'Abitudine" with Helena and time at home with his two sons round out this portrait of a native son. Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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Language:

Italian

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2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Andrea Bocelli: Tuscan Skies See more »

Filming Locations:

Tuscany, Italy

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Dolby Digital | DTS

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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The Only Below-Par Bocelli DVD
9 January 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

The popular opera-pop singer gives tribute to his home town and his family in a series of videos accompanied by almost a dozen songs. This is pretty short at 53 minutes and I found it not up to the standards of his concert programs. However, all the songs are nice, mellow and well-sung, as usual. But, to me, some of the songs are marred by sounds from the accompanying video, such as horses making noises, people talking. This goes on during the middle of some songs and is too distracting.

I want to hear Bocelli's voice - period, not horses whinnying at the same time!

There are some nice shots of the Italian scenery All in all, decent but nothing spectacular and below-par as far as a Bocelli offering.


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