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Chelsea Hawkins almost 6 years ago
Aesthetically beautiful; slightly predictable.
Kate Du-Rose almost 8 years ago
Calm, fascinating look at a woman who decides 1 day to live for herself instead of others
Matteo Satta over 3 years ago
Nicole Merlin 6 years ago
Tudor Vintilescu over 6 years ago
Boris De Decker over 6 years ago
jasonblewis 7 years ago
Sina Bakhshandeh over 7 years ago
Tom over 7 years ago
Aisha Ahmad almost 8 years ago
Lara Pastelle over 8 years ago
Adam Meehan 9 years ago
"The polished rooms of a Milanese villa ignite with anxious activity as the wealthy industrial family, the Recchis, prepare to celebrate the birthday of their patriarch. It is an occasion designed to ensconce family traditions—the handsome grandson, Edoardo, introduces his new girlfriend; his sister presents another piece of her artwork to her grandfather; and the grandfather, knowing this is his last birthday, names the successor to his empire. As the refined familial machinations unfold, the woman of the house, Emma Recchi (Tilda Swinton), skates along the tight seams of the family, exuding elegance and uncertain turbulence. Change is like a fog at sea that quickly consumes the land. A feast for the senses, Luca Guadagnino’s magnificent film, I Am Love, possesses a vibrant and formally irreverent style that luminously articulates its themes of passion and constraint. Swinton turns in a stunning performance as the central muse of a tale about the irresistible draw of forbidden...
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