Light in the Piazza (7-Feb-1962)|
Director: Guy Green
Writer: Julius J. Epstein
From novel: The Light in the Piazza by Elizabeth Spencer
Music Composed by: Mario Nascimbene
Keywords: Romantic Drama
Review by anonymous (posted on 5-Jun-2005)
After seeing this film in 1962
it remains a memorable film with a wonderful cast, a good story (for
any time) that deals with the the issues faced by any parent of an
adult child suffering shortcomings of a limited intellect. Olivia
Dehavilland and Rossana Brazzi's performances were outstanding and the
performance of Yvette Mimieux and George Hamilton were excellent too.
Still a great peformance vehicle after over 43 years. Nothing like a
good film without violence and smut. And now, I assume a great new
musical on broadway. This film is still worth seeing.
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