Everybody's Fine (1990)
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as Matteo Scuro
as Woman on Train
as Matteo's mother
as Little Alvaro
as Station Master-Capostazione
as Lo Didaro
as Capostazione Station Master
as Angela Scuro
Critic Reviews for Everybody's Fine
Mr. Mastroianni, that icon of the Italian cinema, is less bad than dim.
The story of Matteo's quest is simply told, but within it Tornatore creates an affecting vision of societal change and a web of complex emotions and connections among his characters.
Rich with meaning, this warmly acted and crafted film tells us that we can't live without lying to ourselves a little bit, especially if we must outlive our dreams.
I had great hopes that the film was going to develop into a thriller, but it was not to be.
Audience Reviews for Everybody's Fine
Fellini-an and kind portrait of a southern italian father, played by an old but still gracious Marcello Mastroianni.
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