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Dónal Kennedy 8 months ago
Surely the best Holocaust comedy ever made.
N B almost 3 years ago
Never cried that much in a movie before, absolutely moving!
Teja over 3 years ago
Great movie ! didn't expect the ending but wow made me cry man !
Noah Rymer over 4 years ago
it is exactly "charlie chaplin does the holocaust". fun, with a lot of heart.
Kelly Kramer over 5 years ago
My favorite film of all time. AKA, the funniest holocaust movie ever.
Lino Monteiro over 5 years ago
A fantastic, beautiful tragicomedy, especially considering its delicate subject matter.
David Cole 6 years ago
Buongiorno Principessa! Perhaps one of the warmest Holocaust movies ever made.
Wayne Wilde over 6 years ago
So nice, so sad, even more beautiful
Mounir Boulazreg over 6 years ago
Amazing movie, heart warming and heart breaking at the same time. Isn't a comedy at all
Diana Riashko over 6 years ago
Absolutely heartbreaking. Where is the warning that this movie will rip your heart out?!
Alex De Large almost 7 years ago
Meryovi almost 7 years ago
Beautiful and sad at the same time. A masterpiece.
Matej Stanković 7 years ago
La vita è bella
Bogdan Michitele over 7 years ago
In certain conditions this is pretty good, but it really is mediocre.
Tzeya Siordia over 7 years ago
Amazing movie
Geo Duana over 7 years ago
One of most inspiring films of all time. God is really good
francis walsh over 7 years ago
one of the most beautiful films. Grazie
Riccardo over 7 years ago
An Italian Master piece. All the awards are more than deserved!
Michael Cole over 7 years ago
Excellent portrayal of how humor can aid us in even the most tragic events in history.
Lenny Buttitta Jr. over 7 years ago
Probably the best movie ever made.
Life Is Beautiful (Italian: La vita è bella) is a 1997 Italian film which tells the story of a Jewish Italian, Guido Orefice (played by Roberto Benigni, who also directed and co-wrote the film), who must employ his fertile imagination to help his family during their internment in a Nazi concentration camp. At the 71st Academy Awards in 1999, Benigni won the Academy Award for Best Actor and the film won both the Academy Award for Best Original Dramatic Score and the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The first half of the movie is a whimsical, romantic, somewhat slapstick comedy set in the years before World War II. Guido Orefice (Roberto Benigni), a young Italian Jew, arrives in Arezzo, where he plans to set up a bookstore, taking a job as a waiter at his uncle's hotel. Guido is both funny and charismatic, especially when he romances a local school teacher, Dora (portrayed by Benigni's actual wife Nicoletta Braschi), saying she is beautiful like the morning sunrise. Dora,...
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