Director Gabriele Muccino
Featured song Almeno tu nelluniverso
Genre Comedy, Romance, Drama
Initial DVD release March 22, 2005
|Release date 14 February 2003 (Italy)September 3, 2004 (USA)|
Writer Gabriele Muccino (story), Gabriele Muccino (screenplay), Heidrun Schleef (screenplay)
Cast Fabrizio Bentivoglio (Carlo Ristuccia), Laura Morante (Giulia Ristuccia), Monica Bellucci (Alessia), Nicoletta Romanoff (Valentina Ristuccia)
Similar movies Dallas Doll, Cruel Intentions, Lust, Caution, Desire, Secret Things, Shortbus
Tagline Some loves are never forgotten
Remember Me, My Love (Ricordati di me) is a 2003 Italian movie directed by Gabriele Muccino.
Tagline: Some loves are never forgotten.
At first glance the Ristuccia family is apparently normal and close-knit, but all of its members are hiding something. Carlo, the head of the family, would like to become a writer rather than continue working in an insurance company. Giulia, his wife, is a schoolteacher who aspires to become an actress. Paolo is an insecure teenager who cannot successfully assert himself in front of girls whom he likes. Valentina desires to become a television showgirl at any cost. This silence is broken when Carlo meets his old love Alessia, with whom he starts an extra-marital affair. As a result, he almost ruins the family balance although Giulia tries to save the marriage.
ReferencesRemember Me, My Love Wikipedia
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