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Lost in Florence (2017)

Lost in Florence (2017)

Brett DaltonStana KaticAlessandra MastronardiAlessandro Preziosi
Evan Oppenheimer


Lost in Florence (2017) is a English movie. Evan Oppenheimer has directed this movie. Brett Dalton,Stana Katic,Alessandra Mastronardi,Alessandro Preziosi are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2017. Lost in Florence (2017) is considered one of the best Adventure,Drama,Romance movie in India and around the world.

Eric Lombard is at a crossroads - does he continue to pursue his long-shot dream of playing professional football, or does he start the next phase of his life, and apply to law school? As he struggles with this decision, Eric - along with his longtime girlfriend, Colleen - visits his cousin in Florence. There, to his surprise, he gets involved with the ancient local sport of Calcio Storico - and everything that Eric has assumed about his life is challenged.


Lost in Florence (2017) Reviews

  • Not So Bad


    I didn't find any bad in that movie Because The Girl who ditched Eric Because She needs Eric as a lawyer whereas Eric just want to live in today not tomorrow coz you never know what tomorrow brings may be worsen than today..Apart from this true love never happens on any conditions which Eric's 1st girlfriend wanted... After the break up Eric was messed up and he found his love among the well wisher his cousin's family and people of Florence .. they gave him a place in their heart through playing in their traditional game.. Beside this Eric found his true love in Estafenia who only appreciates Eric what he is today , she inspires Eric to do what he loves... That's why Eric fell for her and shouldn't be? This films has the beautiful scenery of Florence with a Usual Love Story.. No i didn't find any melancholy thing in this movie..

  • ¡Spoiler Alert! This is Really, Really Terrible!


    Mama mía! This is a seriously awful film and suitable only for people who may have never seen a movie before. The only thing that it has going for it is the fact that it is shot in a beautiful place and it has the name of that beautiful place in the title so if I leave that name out in my review there is nothing good about the movie. No amount of charming European street scenes could bring this film up to even a 4 star rating. The story: Boy meets girl, kinda dumpy girl dumps him, he is sad and stays in charming city not nearly charming enough to rescue this script, boy plays moronic football game to prove that he's a real man even though sorta dumpy girl dumped him. Did I miss anything? If I didn't have a book to read and this movie were the only thing playing on a flight I would open a hatch, jump out without a parachute, and try to land on something soft.

  • It's hard to impress me, but this film did


    This film has appeared to be a great surprise to me. It is nothing like a stereotypical romantic melodrama, this is a True Film in the most powerful meaning of the word. It restores a will to live. It is pure, sincere and real, and at the same time symbolic and magical, reminds me the Italian New Wave cinema. It is great from the beginning to the end. The acting and cinematography are brilliant. Brett Dalton gives an outstanding performance as always. I didn't know the rest of the actors well enough before, but now I feel a huge respect to everyone of them. Every character is so much alive, every scene is so well filmed. I haven't watched that good movie for a long time. It's hard to impress me, but this film did.

  • Who needs any reason for falling in love with Florence?


    Florence is one of my favourite cities of the world, and I am an old guy who has travelled a lot. It's 52 years since I first visited there, and I have been back over and over, including just three months ago. I had heard of Calcio Storico, but never visited at that time in June, so I knew very little about it, other than that it is pretty rough! So in my opinion Ercole (Eric) needs very few reasons for falling in love with the city, but the movie gives him two, and these are Calcio Storico and Stefania. In their portrayal, the former trumps the latter (now why did I use that verb?? I will return to this). I found the notion that a gridiron footballer would take to Calcio Storico with such enthusiasm thoroughly plausible, and very well presented. The 'boy meets girl' story was a little bit more thin. OK, he was on the rebound, he was in an enchanting city, and it wasn't hard, especially as she made very little secret of her sexual desire for him. The ending was his final 'Labour of Hercules' - he had to choose between two women. And in these days of Trump, anyone who decided to vote for him might have great difficulty understanding how and why any man could reject a steady suburban life in America with a woman who was American as apple pie, for the magical slice of Italian chaos that is Florence with a woman who was as passionate as every artist who ever lived in that breathtakingly marvellous city. Ercole displayed his passion - he was full of it, and loved living life for the moment and to the full. Colleen was devoid of it, and for her it was all about financial security first second and third. It was through her own passion that Stefania won her man. A very nice little movie, 8/10.

  • This would have worked better as a sports movie


    I have seen a lot of romance movies, and I don't think this was one of them. I never found myself rooting for the couple. I was never against the couple, but it was never a draw for this film. The romance feels bland and forgettable. At its core, the film is not a romance because it is never about Eric and Stefania as a couple but rather a story about Eric finding his way. The unique aspect of this story is the sport element, and I think the film would have been more interesting if it focused more on that. I could barely tell one player on the team from the other, but if there was a greater focus, the emotional stakes for the game would have had more impact. As is, nothing about the film really stands out.


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