Verliebt in die Gefahr (1991)

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Verliebt in die Gefahr: Directed by John Frankenheimer. With Andrew McCarthy, Valeria Golino, Sharon Stone, John Pankow. Two young Americans, he a journalist and she a photojournalist, experience Red Brigades terrorists close up in Rome, 1978.

“The acting is solid and the film well directed except in one place: The photojournalist survives a hail of machine gun bullets by hiding behind a car while taking picture of a bank robbery. Normally this would be OK, except the parts of the car she is hiding behind are the windows!u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe story is tight and very believable as it is set to the historical background of the capture and killing of Aldo Moro (Italy). The sequence of events is built on a series of coincidental events that demonstrate how you cannot trust anybody if you really want to keep a secret. The film also proves the saying ` if you play with fire you will get burnedu0026#39;.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eFilmed on location in Italy, the street scenes and interiors add the authenticity of the film.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSecondarily, the film also explores the sexual weapon that women sometime use to achieve their own ends, and the unfaithfulness of men that succumb to it so easily. I gave this a 9.”


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