La seconda notte di nozze Reviews
December 25, 2013
A woman, pushed by her son and poverty, agrees to see his brother in law, a wealthy man who has loved her all his life and proposes to her. A strange kind of comedy, mostly deadpan but also full of a kind of melancholia that recalls a car crash. The blandness of the script makes Avati's feel relatively forgettable, but the film is still worth seeing especially for the performances by Antonio Albanese, Neri Marcoré and a surprising turn by TV personality and opera singer Katia Ricciarelli, as well as some delightful references to a romantic turn of the twentieth century rural Italy.