Directed byGiuseppe Tornatore GenresDrama, Romance ThemesSeafaring films, Transport films ActorsJeremy Irons, Olga Kurylenko, Shauna Macdonald, Ian Cairns, Anna Savva, Paolo Calabresi Roles Prescatore Ottavio Rating61% The Correspondence tells the tale of love and loss, a story of Amy (Olga Kurylenko), a young PhD student who takes excessive risks in her paid work as a stuntwoman. Her specialties are the action scenes, the acrobatics full of suspense, the danger that in fiction would typically end with the death of the double. It is through her relationship with an older astrophysics professor (Jeremy Irons) that she learns to reconcile past and present and face life’s vicissitudes.
, 1h40 OriginItalie GenresComedy ThemesFilms about drugs ActorsEdoardo Leo, Valeria Solarino, Libero De Rienzo, Paolo Calabresi, Neri Marcorè, Francesco Acquaroli Roles Arturo Frantini Rating70% The film tells the story of Pietro Zinni, a brilliant neurobiologist, who suddenly loses his job at the university because of the economic crisis. Without any reasonable chance to find another contract, Pietro is forced by the situation to put together an unlikely criminal gang of moneyless nerdy ex university's researchers like him (a chemist, a cultural anthropologist, an economist, an archeologist and a couple of Latinist) to create a special smart drug, still unknown and not illegal by Italian law. The success is immediate and unexpected, but Pietro and his friends have to manage something they are not used to: money, much money, probably too much for a bunch of bookworms.
GenresDrama, Comedy, Crime ActorsGiovanna Mezzogiorno, Valerio Mastandrea, Ennio Fantastichini, Anna Romantowska, Roberto Citran, Ivan Franek Roles Paolo Rating67% The movie is set against the marvellous city of Rome as Davide Marengo's crime story revolves around two main characters, a female thief, Leila (Mezzogiorno), whose modus operandi of looting her victims is by administering drugs or seducing them, and a lonely bus driver, Franz (Mastandrea), who is up to his neck in debt. The real story advances when the duo happens to come into possession of a valuable microchip valued at 4 million euros. The film's plot comes across more twists as a pair of hardened criminals, Garafano (Pannofino) and Diolaiti (Citran), and a retired intelligence officer, Carlo Matera (Fantastichini), enter the scene.