Scott Marks 11:18 a.m., April 21
The Double Hour
Russian actress Kseniya Rappoport has a lovely, vulnerable intensity as Sonia, a chambermaid in Turin, Italy, who falls for a sensitive ex-cop (Filippo Timi, who was Mussolini in Vincere). Her soulfulness can’t save a moody jam-up of various genres utilizing robbery, two suicides, two loves, a dating club, brain injury, dreams, a creep, a coma, hot sex, ghostly visions, and a live burial. Good acting and Italian sensuality are buried in this deck of wild cards, the feature debut of video-rooted director Giuseppe Capotondi. 2011.
— David Elliott
- Rated NR | 1 hour, 45 minutes
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