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Remember Me, My Love(Ricordati di me)

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Italy, France, United Kingdom · 2003
Rated R · 2h 5m
Director Gabriele Muccino
Starring Fabrizio Bentivoglio, Laura Morante, Monica Bellucci, Silvio Muccino
Genre Drama, Comedy, Romance

The story of a normal Italian family in which come out the dreams of those who have lost their possibilities and of those who want to realize them. Carlo and Giulia are a married couple who have each given up their aspirations in order to live an average life. Their 19-year-old son, Paolo, is having trouble finding an identity, while their 18-year-old daughter, Valentina, has already figured out how to use sex to her advantage. The family goes through a crisis when Carlo begins having an affair, Giulia attempt to seduce the director of a local stage production she is in, and Valentina does what she does best to land an audition for a TV show

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Village Voice by

This sentimental movie is the simulacrum of an existential family drama. But the 48-year-old Morante is the real thing.


Variety by David Rooney

While Muccino has refined his technique over four features and has developed greater insight, his characteristic tendency toward hysteria remains. This keeps the drama fast and compelling, but also makes it slightly wearing at times.


L.A. Weekly by Ella Taylor

If it were less prone to soap-opera histrionics, this screechy saga of an upscale family collapsing under the weight of its members' self-absorption might have something worth saying about domestic politics in post-fascist, post-communist, post-socialist Italy.


Los Angeles Times by Kenneth Turan

A decorative Italian soap opera with an asterisk for earnest aspirations. Its beautiful people say painful things to each other in gorgeous clothes, and though the film expects us to take their problems seriously, it's awfully hard to do so.


The New York Times by Stephen Holden

An abrasive but innovative fusion of farce, satire and drama that blurs their boundaries in uncomfortable ways. It's a noisy movie whose characters tend to talk at medium-to-high volume.

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