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Lola Gil over 7 years ago
Maravilla de película sobre el cine y el amor, y mejor BSO
Jean Walton almost 2 years ago
Gripping coming-of-age drama has one of the best ending scenes of all time. Bring tissues.
Michael Cole 4 years ago
Okay story, but dragged on a bit for the second half
Noah Rymer 4 years ago
life affirming, with an emotional ending that will knock you on your ass.
Jonathan Evans over 4 years ago
The Cinema Paradiso is perhaps the strongest character I've seen, and it's a building.
Charlie Alcock over 4 years ago
Lovely stuff
Josh Boggs 5 years ago
Want to wax nostalgic about old movies, lost loves, and small town life? Look no further.
Cveti Kalcheva over 5 years ago
"This is my square! MY SQUARE!"
Tony Gandía over 5 years ago
Quite magical love letter to cinema.
Brian Artka over 5 years ago
A classic and must watch for anyone whom considers themselves a filmmaker.
Diego Fernandez almost 7 years ago
Great movie, although its very slow/long.
Bonni Thompson almost 7 years ago
Easily one of my favorite movies of all time.
Bogdan Michitele 7 years ago
From the long cycle of italian flicks with a movie director protagonist comes a good one.
Renae Mason over 7 years ago
This is a near perfect film, as long as it's not the Director's cut.
Fernando Olivas over 7 years ago
Beatiful. A must see for everybody.
Anthony Kozlowski over 7 years ago
A gorgeous love letter to cinema that earns every beautiful, tear-jerking moment.
Leonardo Borba almost 8 years ago
It's a masterpiece about love, cinema and, mainly, love to cinema.
Dominic Dirupo 8 years ago
Nice film about love and cinema but goes 45 mins too long
Vincent Roth 10 months ago
Nine Lives 1 year ago
Nuovo cinema Paradiso (Italian pronunciation: [ˈnwɔːvo ˈtʃiːnema paraˈdiːzo] New Paradise Cinema), internationally released as Cinema Paradiso, is a 1988 Italian drama film written and directed by Giuseppe Tornatore. The film stars Jacques Perrin, Philippe Noiret, Leopoldo Trieste, Marco Leonardi, Agnese Nano and Salvatore Cascio; produced by Franco Cristaldi and Giovanna Romagnoli, and the music by Ennio Morricone along with his son, Andrea. It was originally released in Italy at 155 minutes, but poor box office performance in its native country led to it being shortened to 123 minutes for international release; it was an instant success. This international version won the Special Jury Prize at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival and the 1989 Best Foreign Language Film Oscar. In 2002, the director's cut 173-minute version was released (known in the U.S. as Cinema Paradiso: The New Version). Shot in director Tornatore's hometown Bagheria, Sicily, as well as Cefalù on the Tyrrhenian Sea, and...
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