Exiled from his beloved Venice, Giacomo Casanova flees to Paris at the dawn of the Enlightenment in hopes of putting his reputation as a playboy behind him. But old habits die hard, and temptation is everywhere as Casanova finds a wealth of new opportunity and trouble. —Amazon Studios
When will writers, producers and directors learn that no men in the 18'th century had facial hair?! No matter how long you search, you will never find a painting from that century, depicting a man with a beard. It was considered filthy.
- Aug 23, 2020
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