First Love (2004)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Romance


First Love (2004) Poster

Vittorio is looking for a woman who matches his ideal. Through a classified ad he meets Sonia, a sweet, pleasant, intelligent girl. However, she weighs 125 pounds -- which according to ... See full summary »

TIP
Add this title to your Watchlist
Save movies and shows to keep track of what you want to watch.

6.9/10
959

Photos

  • Michela Cescon in First Love (2004)
  • Matteo Garrone in First Love (2004)
  • Michela Cescon and Vitaliano Trevisan in First Love (2004)
  • Michela Cescon and Vitaliano Trevisan in First Love (2004)
  • Matteo Garrone in First Love (2004)
  • Vitaliano Trevisan in First Love (2004)

See all photos

More of What You Love

Find what you're looking for even quicker with the IMDb app on your smartphone or tablet.

Get the IMDb app

Reviews & Commentary

Add a Review


User Reviews


9 March 2004 | camurrist
7
| The dark side of the love. Desire of possession, weakness and psychological games between lovers in a 2004 Verona pretty far from the one of Romeo and Juliet.
The dark side of the love. Desire of possession, weakness and psychological games between two lovers in a 2004 Verona pretty far from the Romeo and Juliet one's. Garrone strikes, in spite of the bitter critics he received during the 54.Filmfestival in Berlin, where the film was presented. A majestic photography and a deep care of particulars make the film a small esthetical masterpiece, which make oneself forget, the strong north-east Italian accent of the two main characters. There is a lot of work behind the two main actors, but sometimes you have the feeling they are a little too shallow in comparison to the deep thoughts they do. The theme of anorexia is a sort of taboo in our society, but Garrone deals with it with a lot of maturity and sometimes irony, which bring the audience even deeper in the darkness of the story, until the wonderful monologue which close the curtains. Provocative, but real, Garrone is a tough director.

Vote: 7

Metacritic Reviews


Critic Reviews


Did You Know?


Soundtracks

Happy Talk
Written by
Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II (as Oscar Hammerstein)
Performed by Nancy Wilson
Courtesy of EMI Music Italy

Storyline

Plot Summary


Genres

Drama | Romance

Should Arya Stark Train at Cobra Kai or Miyagi-Do?

The original Karate Kid decides which dojo best suits some famous fighters in film and TV history.

Watch now

Featured on IMDb

See what movies and TV series IMDb editors are excited about this month and check out our guide to superheroes, horror movies, and more.

Around The Web

 | 

Powered by ZergNet

More To Explore

Search on Amazon.com