Tony is admitted to a rehabilitation center after a serious skiing accident. Dependent of medical staff and painkillers, she takes the time to remember the tumultuous love story she lived with Georgio.
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Tony is admitted to a rehabilitation center after a serious ski accident. Dependent on the medical staff and pain relievers, she takes time to look back on a turbulent relationship that she experienced with Georgio. Why did they love each other? Who is this man that she loved so deeply? How did she allow herself to submit to this suffocating and destructive passion? For Tony, a difficult process of healing is in front of her, physical work which may finally set her free.Written by
Witful and touching. Great dialogues arising sensitivity and emotion played by an admirable acting team. At the same time full of humour and damn tragic. An intense mix telling a truly believable story. We continuously feel saddened and amazed, which is what the movie maker wanted, I guess, since she must have felt the same way in reality. D
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