This past week has been difficult for me, and if anyone has been paying attention, they'll have noticed that I missed a few days of posts for I Love Italian Movies. Last Friday my daughter suffered a bad injury and had emergency surgery so I've been preoccupied. She's doing better than
The reigning queen of today's Neapolitan old school actresses, if Anna Bonaiuto's name isn't familiar to you, her face just might be. One of the more prolific actresses in Italy today, at 64 she's still going strong and she remains convincing and intense on stage and on-screen. [caption id="attachment_12388"
Last June when I watched Viaggio Sola with the director, Maria Sole Tognazzi, present for a Q&A after the screening, I have to admit not writing very much about it. I'd seen the movie before and hadn't been impressed but I liked it a little better after hearing
People get a weird smile on their face when they hear about my blog I Love Italian Movies and when this happens, in my head I do some immediate calculations to determine which of these three things they are probably thinking: a) "Awww, how cute. This old lady has a blog. b) "Hmmm…I
Salma Hayek and Vincent Cassel are set to star in Matteo Garrone's new English language movie The Tale of Tales.
Of the films that Italy has chosen to represent them for Oscar consideration since the year 2000 only 2 have been nominated. Has Italy been making the wrong choices? You be the judge.
The Broken Circle Breakdown, Belgium. As bluegrass performer Didier and his girlfriend Elise face a family tragedy, the history of their relationship in its early days is revisited. Reluctant at first to let adult responsibilities alter the carefree nature of their lives, Didier and