Past Perfect (2003)

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Five friends meet up in a country house somewhere outside Rome over a long winter weekend. Each has unresolved relationship problems, some have problems with each other, and memories of ... See full summary »


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4 June 2007 | alinmonawar
9
| Excellent movie.
This movie is appealing,most of all,for the atmosphere it creates,it does it very well,a close get together amongst friends at the countryside at a mansion . It has been a while since i have seen this but i saw no comments,so i thought to give a quick review.

I very much enjoyed this movie,for this feeling it gives,most of all,reminds us of our friendships with people and the way these gatherings feel like,and if that is something you would enjoy watching put on film,i think you would enjoy this movie as well,because it all feels quite authentic.There are the usual disagreements,love interests,and such,which comes naturally in this kind of setting,and is expected,but pleasant nonetheless.

Italian movies are very good at creating a veritable feeling of reality,from my experience,and this one is no different in my opinion.Highly recommended to people that don't mind feeling a bit of nostalgia or melancholy about old friendships,love interests,and so on.Good movie.

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Soundtracks

"Changing'
Music Composed by
Michele von Buren (as M. von Buren) and Andrea Guerra
Sung by Jacqueline Ferry (as Jacqueline Maiello Ferry)

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Comedy

Details

Release Date:

28 March 2003

Language

Italian


Country of Origin

Italy

Box Office

Opening Weekend:

€92,865 (Italy) (30 March 2003)

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