Sharing the same psychologist, a kleptomaniac (Robert) that writes stories a bit too realistic and scary for kids, and a narcoleptic (Beatrice) that documents everything in her life, begin to see that love can be a cure for their ailments. But nothing comes easy to either of them, and, just like in Robert's stories, the happy ending really needs to be sought after. Will they find their own?Written by
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This 6.3 is awfully wrong.
I'm Italian and I'm not tender with Italian cinema.
There are peaks of course but there is often the feeling most directors too many times talk to themselves about themselves instead of talking to people about life.
Or to hearts about magic.
This movie is instead a miracle. A pure pearl.
The acting is moving and totally involving.
I laughed and at the end I cried so much for the magic of the script and for that acting.
Get this trip to life. Watch the movie in Italian.
And then check the Edoardo Leo's solid filmography.
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