When in rome film review

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When in Rome by Nicky Pellegrino

A city of love, food, music and passion - this is a novel for anyone who fell in love with LA DOLCE VITA.

Rome in the 1950s, theres nowhere quite like it. The narrow stone streets, the fountains and piazzas full of life in the heat of the day, the cafes and bars full of music and desire by night...
This is where Serafina calls home. Having grown-up with her sisters in a tiny apartment tucked in the top of a tumbledown building, she has watched her mother get by on next to nothing, and turn herself beautiful with a sweep of eyeliner and a hand-sewn dress.
When her mother goes out, Serafina and her sisters go singing in the nearest piazza, busking for spare change and cinema tickets. The girls long to meet their matinee idols and Serafina daydreams of Mario Lanza and his spellbinding voice. But the sisters will grow up quickly and for Serafina, a choice opens between the world she knows and the life she dreams of.
A captivating tale of love and music, food and passion, let Nicky Pellegrino take you on a journey to a city of beauty and heartbreak, at one of the most glamorous points in its magical history.
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Kristen Bell steps into the romantic comedy realm with When in Rome, Critics Consensus: Darkness Balances on the Edge of Freshness This Italian-themed romcom is not quite the most unspeakably-patronising-to-Italy film of all time.
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When in Rome, review

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Kristen Bell and Josh Duhamel are the lovebirds in a silly, sunny romcom

This site uses cookies and other tracking technologies to administer and improve your experience on our site, to help diagnose and troubleshoot potential server malfunctions, and to gather use and demographic information. See our cookie policy. Skip to Content. Get age-based picks. Positive messages include believing in the importance of love, putting personal relationships first, and trusting that not every relationship will end just because you've been hurt before or are the child of divorced parents. On the negative side, the movie makes light of somewhat creepy male behavior. Beth is a successful, hardworking art curator who cares about her job -- though she's also somewhat stereotypically depicted.

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