Elisa is only forty when an incurable disease takes her from her husband and their daughter. Before her heart stops, Elisa finds a way to stay close to her: a gift for every birthday up to ...
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Sara and Nicola are expecting their second son. Through the late Mattia Torre's sharp look, all the joys and sorrows of being a parent in the modern day Italy are unraveled in an absolutely brilliant and witty way.
When Vincent sees his mother Elisa kicking out the stranger who just showed up at their door, he has no doubts: that's his father. Vincent decides to leave when he sees his stepfather Mario... See full summary »
Elisa is only forty when an incurable disease takes her from her husband and their daughter. Before her heart stops, Elisa finds a way to stay close to her: a gift for every birthday up to her adult age, 18 gifts to try to accompany her child's growth year after year.Written by
I was looking for something strong, original, touching and realistic.
The story, inspired by true events, is definitely unique and in some way realistic, but in my opinion the acting is poor and too "theatrical" like in almost every italian movie, reason why it did not reach me any deeper.
In the end it I think it is worth watching it but without many expectations.
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