Under the Tuscan Sun User Reviews

Current Rating: 4.16

Current Rating: 4.16

based on 2169 votes and 43 reviews

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  • 3 stars Very good it makes me want to make my dream of living in another country seem real
  • 5 stars awesome
  • 3 stars Cute movie.
  • Marvelous movie! I had to own it. Every time I see it, makes my life to be more enjoyable.
  • I saw it about 10 times and it still remains my favourite movie of all times!! It inspired me to go to Italy myself after a painful divorce (no, did not buy a villa, no did not fall in love..) but still had a life changing experience! Diane Lane is the most natural, amazing acress I`ve ever seen! Love her and all her movies!
  • Incredible!! I watch this movie at least once a week. Tuscany is the most beautiful place in the world.
  • It was a great movie. I saw it three times. The movie had a great storyline
  • This is my favorite film. It takes you somewhere else, warm beautiful, and deep.
  • This film became my favourite the first time I saw it, and after several viewings since, remains at the top. The transitions from the despairing beginning, the unexpected chaos of opportunites, and the final embracing of the changes in Francis` life are so well filmed, changing grey/black colours transitionally to the warmth of yellows and golds is magic. Thank you for the tears and the laughter, a great way to spend an evening!
  • I was surprised, nicely surprised by the movie. Loved the deleted scenes cause it showed all the director´s style that couldnt be on the final cut. Favourite shot: palying with the wine by closing each eye...

Under the Tuscan Sun

Genre:  Drama, Romance
Running Time:  113 min.
Release Date: September 26, 2003
DVD: February 3, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 4.16
based on 2169 votes and 43 reviews
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Cast: Diane Lane, Sandra Oh, Lindsay Duncan, Raoul Bova, Vincent Riotta