Spettacolo
A Theater Tradition in Tuscany

Spettacolo - A Theater Tradition in Tuscany
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Selin

I watched this fantastic movie twice. It is definitely absorbing and touching movie and I highly recommend it.

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Isabel

A remarkable, absorbing, moving, original film I will long remember.

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