In a story that reflects the teen star's own real life, Martina Stoessel ("Tini") will leave behind the world of Violetta. Striking out alone, she journeys to the Italian countryside where she embarks on a brand new adventure over one endless summer that will define her as a person and see her emerge as a new artist.
One of the movie's lead songs, "Losing the Love", was written by Nick Jarl & Richey McCourt. When the song was pitched for the movie, the songwriters were extra excited as Jarl's daughter is a big fan of Violetta (2012) See more »
The cinematography, lead, locations and music are the film's positives
It has an incredibly cheesy love story, one that has a fairly disappointing resolution in truth, but I quite liked this overall.
I've never seen an episode of the telenovela so can't comment on how it interlinks with that, but - despite the cheese - I still had a suitable enough time watching. The cinematography, lead, locations and music are the film's positives.
Martina Stoessel is extremely likeable and enjoyable as Violetta, she's the star of 'Tini: The New Life of Violetta' no question. Adrián Salzedo (Caio) is good too. The supporting cast aren't anything great, but do the job that's intended.
As noted already, I actually found myself slightly disappointed with how the love quarrel works out - which is rare for me, in these type of films anyway. I usually couldn't care less when it's written like this, but man the end decision is unsatisfactory. It makes sense, I guess, but doesn't fit the flow of what comes before. #Justice for you know who.
Nevertheless, a (just about) good film. It has a nice vibe to it.
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