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J*smin Apr 17
I had trouble watching this film because it was dealing with a real world crisis and was turned into a comedy. I think turning a problem into comedy has its pros and cons but I felt that racism here was softened.
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Kate Levangie Apr 18
The final pan out shot frames Nadine & Carlo kissing in front of a Church, which could symbolize that they'll stay together in the end. This challenges the idea of Carlo's mother that all relationships in which the people are "too different" don't last.
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M_vorkosigan 2h
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Alfredo Martinelli 23h
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Federico Alotto Apr 19
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Alberto Scarpulla Apr 13
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Eleonora Iorio Apr 19
🖤🖤🖤 Italian and English version! [In the second pic balloons have been made according to the Italian dialogues]
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M_vorkosigan Apr 15
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