San Diego Italian Film Festival presents TROPPO NAPOLETANO (From Naples With Love), a romantic comedy perfect for Valentine's Day. When Deborah's ex-husband, a popular neomelodic singer, ...
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San Diego Italian Film Festival presents TROPPO NAPOLETANO (From Naples With Love), a romantic comedy perfect for Valentine's Day. When Deborah's ex-husband, a popular neomelodic singer, loses his life in a stage dive, Deborah worries for her eleven-year-old son, Ciro, who is exhibiting signs of depression. Searching for a solution, Deborah takes Ciro to see Tommaso, a shy child psychologist. During the course of their visits, Ciro confesses that it's not his father's death that has got him down, it's his love for his classmate, the beautiful Ludovica. The two make a deal: Tomasso will help Ciro to win the affections of Ludovica, while Ciro gives Tomasso a hand at having a chance with his mother.Written by
San Diego Italian Film Festival
Feel good pieces don't leave you feeling better than this bright coloured scenics packed account of troubled fat kid Gennaro Guazzo orphaned by his dad's crowd surfing accident and put into therapy with Dot. Luigi Esposito who he tries to set up as a match for his lush widowed mother red head Serena Rossi while moving on his impossibly out of his league young class mate.
Determinedly Neapolitan with the shot of the girl sitting alone on the beach a great piece of movie punctuation. Gennaro Guazzo and writer Gianluca Ansanelli worked on POLI OPPOSTI. This is better.
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