Moonlight and Valentino (1995)

R   |    |  Comedy, Drama, Romance


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A young widow still grieving over the death of her husband finds herself being comforted by a local housepainter.


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  • Gwyneth Paltrow and Elizabeth Perkins in Moonlight and Valentino (1995)
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2 July 1999 | swotja
Truthful drama about mourning.
Moonlight and Valentino is a truthful drama about mourning. Elizabeth Perkin's character is well written and well acted. You really feel as if she has lost her husband. She goes through all of the natural emotions of sadness, denial, and guilt. Whoopi's character is annoyingly written, but she adds a human spark to Sylvia. Gwyneth's character is the epitome of an insecure college girl. She is written as if from experience. Kathleen Turner's character is easy to hate in a pitied sort of way. All in all the movie is well written and truthfully told. You are left feeling that even if you do lose the one you love, life will go on.

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