Ginostra (2002)

R   |    |  Crime, Drama

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An F.B.I. Agent from America and his bride and young child travel to the Sicilian island of Ginostra, to solve the murder of a key witness.

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16 October 2002 | Proud_Canadian
| Sounded good on paper but disappointed in the theatre
I saw it at the Toronto Film Festival. It sounded good on paper: Harvey Keitel plays a F.B.I. agent protecting the son of a murdered informant in Italy and Andie McDowell is his wife. I like Harvey Keitel but it felt like he was sleep walking through this film. There was no chemistry between him and Andie McDowell and she seemed more like window dressing than a solid female character. The film was slow and didn't lead to anywhere. You couldn't get into the characters and didn't care about them either way. Some of the Italian scenery was interesting but couldn't compensate for the weak script and poor editing.

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Plot Summary


Crime | Drama


Release Date:

29 January 2003


English, Italian

Country of Origin

France, Italy, USA

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