Italy • 1h 46m
Directed by Valerio Mieli • Drama • With Luca Marinelli, Linda Caridi, Giovanni Anzaldo, Camilla Diana • 2019 • 107 minutes
A love story, seen through the memories of one young couple: recollections altered by moods, different perspectives, and time itself. A journey through the years of two individuals, united, divided, happy, unhappy, deeply in love or in love with others, told in a single stream of emotions and shades of feeling. Over the course of the film, he (Luca Marinelli, star of Martin Eden) learns that love can last, while she (Linda Caridi) learns to live with nostalgia. Their memories change over time: fading or bursting in happiness, in a present that fast slips away.
“An exciting and refined love letter about the mechanisms of memory.” —Cineuropa
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