Under the Tuscan Sun


Comedy / Drama / Romance

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 62%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 79%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 42,889


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Diane Lane as Margaret Blackledge
Elden Henson as Taylor
Kate Walsh as Holly Fischer
Sandra Oh as Craps Player
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by zfiany 6 / 10 / 10


It's a story about how people who want things badly rush themselves into experiences that are worse than their previous ones. It's a good movie with several deep messages. The movie also has a certain atmosphere that makes you feel as if you are in Tuscan on a trip yourself. I have to disagree with the view that says you need to be in love to enjoy the movie. All what you need is some depth and you will definitely relate to the protagonist. She happens to be healing from a failing marriage but you can relate to her story if you are dealing with any kind of problems in your life. There is one specific part of the movie which I truly like is the one where she defends the love story of a young couple though she was hurt. This shows that even though she failed she didn't cease to believe in love. She succeeded in going out of the egocentricity of a person who usually hates good for people if his life is not working successfully.

Reviewed by mirkobozic 10 / 10 / 10

A festival of stereotypes

"Under the Tuscan Sun" is a cheesy flick about Diane Lane's recovery from a divorce trauma by moving to a small town in Tuscany and restoring a local house, creating a liberal oasis within a conservative community. Regarding the movie, it's hard to say where to start. You got all your Italian stereotypes neatly lined up as if on a museum shelf: the beautiful scenery (every scene is a postcard), the food (it seems every grandma is a Michelin- star chef in this country), the uber-conservative town (just because you're a Catholic doesn't imply you're not open-minded), the gorgeous men who are just after flings (if you walk into any place filled with locals you're more likely to run into average-built or stocky people), and on and on. Apart from trying to spice things up a bit, the reason for including Sandra Oh's pregnant lesbian is beyond me. And if this is not cheesy enough for you, Lane ends up with an American writer (who just happens to earn so much money he can show up at your villa in Italy at any time), after the director has given minimum time to actually elaborate the development of the relationship. We don't see any downsides of living in Italy, like the horrible bureaucracy and public service, the bankrupt economy of the South or treatment of minorities. This way, it seems as if the Italian Ministry of Tourism paid for a Hollywood production-style ad campaign for Tuscany. As we all know that Lane is capable to pull of serious roles, this should be treated primarily as eye-candy, since it's disappointing in all other categories.

Reviewed by qenushilupi 10 / 10 / 10

Like a fairy tale

WARNING:SPOILERS I have seen this movie many years ago and I re watched it recently.The second time around my reaction to it was different.This movie is like a a fairy tale.It has a good ending because Frances was lucky.I like how the story is crafted.Every event and person pushes Frances to her new destiny. She takes risks and builds a new life in Italy.The fact she did't end up with Marcelo worked well with me. It was not meant to be. From what I know there are two houses named Bramasole in Cortona, the one the author of the book lives and the other one used for the movie. Interesting, feel-good movie. Probably the next step for me is to read the book.

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