Tuesday, November 10, 2009

TCP- Life Is Beautiful

I missed the TCP last week on which the theme is all about DRAMA. I cannot let this month end without my post about drama. This might be late but still I would like to insist not to miss the movie that I am going to feature. This has been my all-time-tear jerking favorite drama movie

This is one drama movie with a comedy twist that I would highly recommend. Though the language is in Italian but it has sub-title and some dubbed this movie to English for general viewing. This movie would really pierced your hearts to the deepest! This is all about the love of a father to his very innocent son.I watched this almost 7 years ago in Cebu during one of our Summer Training Program with the Navigators, Int'l.Though it has a very sad ending but this is one movie that I will never ever forget. Here's the excerpt of the movie:
In 1939, Guido, an Italian Jew, falls in love with Dora, who isn't Jewish. He woos her away from the Fascist official she has been dating, and they get married. Their son Giosue grows up among growing anti-Semitism. As the war progresses, Guido and Giosue are arrested and taken to a concentration camp. Dora goes too, determined not to separate the family. In the midst of the horrors of the camp, Guido protects his son by pretending that survival in the concentration camp is an elaborate game with which Giosue must play along or be sent home.
Also Known As:
Buongiorno Principessa
La Vita E Bella
Production Status: Released
Genres: Art/Foreign, Comedy, Drama and War
Running Time: 2 hrs. 2 min.
Release Date: October 23, 1998
MPAA Rating: PG-13 for holocaust-related thematic elements.
This movie was produced in Italy

If you're not familiar with the movie then grab a copy now. For sure this is a hard to find movie considering that it was released more than 10 years ago. But oops, that's not a problem anymore you can rent or buy this movie via online at www.blockbuster.com offers Happy viewing everyone! Take a look at one of the scene:

1 comments/reactions:

kamz said...

wheee!!! better late than never. i cried buckets over this movie too... it has made me realize so much about life. and yes, life will indeed always be beautiful. that is now the motto that i live by each day.

thanks for joining us this week dear! next week, we will feature movies about presidents or their families. till then, hugs and happy tcp!

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