The love between Alex, a mature successful advertising agent, and Niki, now twenty, continues to deepen and blossom. It has now been three years since they vowed to love each other forever ... See full summary »
A successful, attractive, intelligent and brilliant advertising executive is longing to finally find emotional stability in his life, and decides to propose to his girlfriend. After she ... See full summary »
Valeria (Charlotte Vega) is a young woman who has just moved to Madrid with her mom after her parent's divorce. After getting into a fight with another student on the first day at her new ... See full summary »
I watched the film last night together with my 14 years old daughter and enjoyed it immensely. I know sometimes expectations are everything when forming an impression of a film (or book, etc.) and because I had read some negative reviews of the predictability and cliché-ness of the film, I did not expect unexpected endings and unusual and innovative developments and I got what I was looking for - a romance story with beautiful young people on bella Italia background. And I even got more - skillful acting and intelligent directing - the love quotes and the delicate depiction of the love scenes were the cherry on top of the ice-cream. So, if what you are looking for is a love story well told, you should find this film quite satisfying. I'm planning to watch the second part (Scusa ma ti voglio sposare) this evening and to check out more Raoul Bova films :)
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