Schwarze Augen (1987)

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Schwarze Augen: Directed by Nikita Mikhalkov. With Marcello Mastroianni, Marthe Keller, Elena Safonova, Pina Cei. An Italian tells his story of love to a Russian. In a series of flashbacks, Romano Patroni leaves his wife to visit a spa where he falls in love with a Russian woman. He returns to Italy resolved to leave his wife and marry his love.

“for its wise simplicity. for its touching beauty. and for the high Mkhalkov precision to create the details. a film with an impressive cast – Mastroianni is the first violin but not the one – and example of inspired manner to use the Tchekov spirit and the glamor of a century beginning. a film like a puzzle in which each image, performance or scene is charming like a kind of gem, delicate and illustration of art of a master. a special meeting between art of few great actors and an unique director. and the flavor of a Russia who becomes different in contact with Mastroianni – it is not the only meeting , Sunflower is another , but in this case, far by war or Sophia Loren, the story seems be a precious drink in a crystal glass.for me, one of films who, after its end, proofs than it represents one of movies who you search for without know than it exists.”

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