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ICFF 2017 Review: "Italian Race" (2016) ★★★★★

Car racing films are one of the most successful and money bringing subject matters, if the story written is audience friendly and compelling. On the other hand, it’s hard to bring anything new to such films if you don’t have anything new to say. 423 more words

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ICFF 2017 Review: "Like Crazy" (2017) ★★★★★

It will be fair if I start my review by stating how talented and versatile Micaela Ramazzotti is as an actress. She can appear in comedy or drama. 557 more words

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After ending Friday night with the rocking spectacle of U2, I was ready to start Saturday with something a bit more mellow, and found what I was looking for on the Who Stage with Nashville rockicana artist… 813 more words


ICFF 2017 Review: "In Guerra Per Amore" (2016) ★★★★★

The only rule which works during war and will exist long after it is – total control. Control, that regardless of its nature or people’s background, the power will be given to the one who can keep it for a longer amount of time. 497 more words

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ICFF 2017 Review: "7 Giorni" (2016) ★★★

Love cannot be controlled, forced or forgotten. However, all those questions are well-raised in Rolando Colla’s feature film 7 Days (original title: 7 Giorni). Two people meet each other on an island to manage a very important event, but are caught in a passionate love affair that will last seven days, but the most incredible and unforgettable thing is that they will find it hard to let it go. 301 more words

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ICFF 2017 Review: "Piuma" (2016) ★★★★

Not many movies about teenagers, unexpected pregnancy and family drama is convincing enough to watch. I mean, it depends how it was told, directed and more importantly, acted. 424 more words

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ICFF 2017 Review: "Fiore" (2016) ★★★★

Love itself is not forbidden, but is not allowed in one place in the world – prison. But when you stop two people from loving each other, they will find another way to experience that little happiness they can, and for that if law must be broken, they will even let this to happen as well. 302 more words

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