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Tea With Mussolini

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    A really nice cup of tea!

    Ladies, ladies, ladies... You have done it! A marvellous cast. A fun and interesting story/script.
    Costumes that supports not only the overall story but also the stories of each woman as she goes through both a common and an individual journey.

    A film that has been overlooked by many - and what a shame. Great acting should never be overlooked or ignored and in Tea with Mussolini you get just that... Great acting.

    It truly IS like a noce cup of tea... One of which you want more so you keep pouring the same cup over and over again.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A truly beautiful film

    This is a very beautiful movie with great actresses in it. Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, and of course Cher before she became weird. The story of a boy who grows up being raised by his father's secretary, an old lady who has to let him go because his father wants him to learn German in time for WWII. He comes back and the tale continues with love, betrayal, and some very funny and brilliant performances by Maggie Smith who believes that Mussolini is taking care of her and has everyone's best interests at heart. A truly heart-warming film! Highly reccommended.

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