Anche Libero Va Bene 2006 with English Subtitles

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Anche Libero Va Bene 2006
1h 48min | Drama | 3 May 2006 (Italy)


Tommi (11) and his slightly older sister Viola live in the city with their father. They cope with being a single parent family until their mother shows up, having disappeared without trace – not for the first time, we soon learn. These are the four protagonists in a bittersweet portrait of their ongoing struggle with love, friendship, puberty and life in general.

User review:

recently i saw this movie in a TV channel. i don’t know about the actors and directorial details of this film.but those people are doing their job very well.especially the boy,he is the best choice for the character.the father character,particularly in the scene where he angry with his son ,when his wife cheating him scoring our attention fully.later i know he is the director of the film.finally,the story is well written .totally the film is simple and beauty.maybe its a melodrama,but it has a message as ‘anything will happen life,but life must go on’.this film reflects the modern family life and the sensual problems of children and the parents.the camera work is well done.especially the swimming competition proves even the small budget films also have the perfect camera works.after a long time it is the mind blowing job along the recently watched films of mine.

Director: Kim Rossi Stuart
Writers: Linda Ferri (story), Francesco Giammusso (story)
Stars: Alessandro Morace, Kim Rossi Stuart, Barbora Bobulova
Country: Italy
Language: Italian
Release Date: 3 May 2006 (Italy)
Also Known As: Libero (Along the Ridge)
Filming Locations: Bologna, Emilia-Romagna, Italy

Anche Libero Va Bene 2006 with English Subtitles 2
Libero (Along the Ridge) (2006)

108 min|Drama|05 May 2006
7.4Rating: 7.4 / 10 from 2,471 users
A young father and his two children struggle to find harmony after his wife leaves them for another man.

2 reviews for Anche Libero Va Bene 2006 with English Subtitles

  1. Anonymous (verified owner)

  2. Anonymous (verified owner)

    This family drama is seen through the eyes of Tommi, an eleven year old boy trying to cope with a dysfunctional family. His mother reappears, not for the first time, and probably not the last, begging the father to give her another chance, which he does. The father is also a freelance photographer who is having a hard time finding work. The father is always pushing Tommi to be a swimmer, and he is a good one, but he desires to play football instead. He also has a sister. The father, often frustrated with these things, has an explosive temper, and yells at the children sometimes. But he loves his family very much. This drama is also about Tommi’s school life, his friendship with a mute, and a girl he likes but is too shy to talk to. There is a lot going on in this family drama. It is multi-dimensional with lots of subplots. It is a portrait of real life. I loved this film. It is truly worthy of an award. If you like family drama and slice of life movies, I think you will enjoy this film. I easily give it 5 stars.

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