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And I was hoping for a satisfying ending, but was disappointed when the movie just suddenly ended.
On the other hand, Alessandro Calza brings sensitivity to the somewhat idealized role of Andrea, perhaps not a coincidence since he is the co-screenwriter (with Tan).
All are great moments in a film that uses a lot of silence and unconnected moments to create an emotional impact on the viewer.
I liked the movie. Could have been more kissing but that's ok.
I would recommend this movie to any one.
CIAO (2008). Rated R. Running Time: One hour, 27 mins.
Directed by Yen Tan. Written by Yen Tan and Alessandro Calza. Read more
Excellent acting, the tone of the movie is quiet and somber throughout, which suits the theme of the story throughout. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Eric
Adam's performance as Jeff....is what I like most,. acting just by his eyes.
you could feel his pain of loss, betrayals & rejection from the person he love
So many Gay stories are based on sex or the people in the stories are individuals that you can't relate to. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Person
A must view with terrific acting. Watchable many times. Thoughtful and very realistic portrayal of a difficult time. Very intriguing story line.Published 20 months ago by Mr. James W. Bethune
I've been there and know how those feelings can affecct you. You really would like to see something more come of the story when the movie ends.Published 20 months ago by KB in OC
Two Men meet in Texas, one from there, the other from Italy. They come together mourning the loss of a friend and really
begin to know each other. Read more