Come Undone (Cosa voglio di più) (2010)
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Critic Reviews for Come Undone (Cosa voglio di più)
Soldini brings us vivid characters, and gets all the details right, from the humdrum rhythms of marriage to the unglamorous milieu of working-class Milan.
If the movie tells an old story, its unvarnished realism lends it poignancy and depth.
The outcome is of little surprise, but to Soldini's credit, the predictability is no hindrance to enjoying "Come Undone."
Come Undone ends with less than a proper gut-punch of cumulative effect, but this self-consciously modern movie contains classical pleasures.
Come Undone collapses the façade of emotional connection by highlighting the small erosive moments of deception rather than grandiose melodramatic tirades.
Mild but absorbing drama about infidelity, passion and deception among some everyday middle-class types in Milan is short on insight but benefits from involving characters, an enveloping urban milieu and inevitable consequences.
Audience Reviews for Come Undone (Cosa voglio di più)
The story of a two lovers who forms a relationship based on cheating from both of their partners. The acting seemed natural but I kept yelling slut as I watched the film, it is unacceptable to try to justify cheating behavior, it's just wrong.
Sad buy VERY sexy movie. The whole movie is in another language but there are subtitles. It's sad because this stuff happens in real life all the time.
A film about the temptations and consequences of infidelity which feels much more real and grounded that would be found in a typical Hollywood treatment. As well presented as it is, though, the movie ultimately fails to deliver a story.
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