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As virtual tourism, it's a success but as dramatic fare it's a distinctly thin bowl of zuppa.
The feel is somewhat cloistered and the pace rarely gets the pulse racing but this is engaging and affecting stuff, handsomely shot and well acted: Ilaria Occhini is a stand-out as the grandmother.
Openly gay Turkish film director Ferzan Ozpetek has never been nelly about scattering characters of his own persuasion throughout his oeuvre. . . .Here he again explores the plight of closeted homosexuals in a gentle farce full of fond stereotypes.
The film is beautifully shot and set in Lecce, in Puglia, so breathtaking scenery is an important character.
It's bright and smart and ultimately surprisingly moving.
It's nicely performed and reasonably amusing but it's hard to care about the rather self-absorbed characters and their cloistered universe.
Ozpetek could have trimmed some of the sub-plots, but it's broadly amusing (especially when our hero's camp pals pitch up) and the performances are as warm as the southern setting.
Quite possibly the most boring film of 2010.
A disaster area, pure and simple.
Ozpetek takes these men and women as they are, revealing deep emotions in broad strokes. Everyone here is a disappointed misfit, not just the loose cannons in the clan.
A duty-bound son learns the importance of being true to himself in this slick and bittersweet Italian comedy.
This Italian coming-out comedy has a neat central narrative gimmick. Unfortunately, it hasn't got a lot else.
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