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The Book Is Semi-Autobiographical, But The Movie Brings All Those Family Characters & Italian Culture To Life Upon The Sydney-Side Backdrop. Pia Lights Up The Screen & It's Lovely To Watch Her Smiling Away..
Looses it a bit in places and has not identified the most important themes from the book.
Great film, revived memories of my teen years in parts. A much better film than I expected.
An often gut-wrenchingly accurate film (based on the book), aimede at the heartbreak and embarress-ment a teenager can suffer.
Josephine Alibrandi is a 17-year-old girl who in her final year at HSC meets her estranged father, suffers the death of a friend, meets a boy like her and discovers a dark family secret.
With some fantastic performances, especially Pia Miranda as Josephine, Looking for Alibrandi is the perfect film for teenagers who are suffering personal problems, and can learn from it.
A charming warm-hearted film.
Another Aussie classic.
my opinion book was better, it dealt with the underlying issues a lot more clearly
The movie, like the book, is very refreshing and captures a particular time and place in Sydney that are just as I remember them.
Pleasantly surprising. Intelligent & mostly fun.
It's originality & ordinary setting makes it one of the best Australian movies I've seen.. The book rocks too!! Rumour has it that Looking for Alibrandi is the most stolen book in the library..:)