Get ready for romance this weekend. This gem of Italian Art-House cinema has crossed the Atlantic. It’s a must-see movie that makes you think about love and life. Also, the choices we make and how they impact others. Although this is a gay-themed movie, it is made for all those who have loved and had to deal with family pressures of raising children in today’s complex world. Also, it’s about finding happiness on your own terms.
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Just as their 15-year relationship appears to have hit a lull, gay partners Arturo and Alessandro find their lives thrown for a loop when their friend (and Alessandro’s ex-girlfriend) asks them to look after her two adolescent children. A trio of Italy’s brightest stars lead a stellar cast in the latest film from Turkish-Italian auteur Ferzan Ozpetek (Facing Windows; Steam: The Turkish Bath, Frameline22)—a warm, engaging tale about the true meaning of “chosen family,” which juggles interpersonal drama with a healthy dose of humor and heart.