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Breaking up in Rome - Film Review (ST. ALi Italian Film Festival 2022)

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Presented By Palace Cinemas And StALi Coffee
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Breaking up in Rome is having its Australian premiere during the 2022 ST.Ali Italian Film Festival. The feature length Italian language (English subtitles) film runs for 112 minutes and examines a couple of long term relationships that are at a crossroads.

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The co-writer/producer Edoardo Leo plays the main protagonist Tommaso who has been with his girlfriend Zoe ( Marta Nieto) for ten years. This romantic comedy/drama is full of believable flawed characters and familiar situations. Tommaso is a struggling writer who moonlights unbeknownst to Zoe, as an agony aunt (Marquez) for a women's magazine. Their relationship has hit a bad patch and instead of communicating with Tommaso, she chooses to write a letter to Marquez. Consequently Tommaso is able to find out what he is doing wrong. At the same time, his mate, Umberto, (Stefano Fresi) is contemplating separation from his wife Elena played by Claudia Gerini, the extremely busy mayor of Rome.

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Breaking up in Rome is a beautifully shot and poignant film that truly showcases the city of Rome. It has some funny moments but does tug at the heartstrings.
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