Letters to Juliet: Italian Romeo and Juliet with a British Twist

Having my masters in Literature would only prove a natural effect that I’d have a keen interest in any film with a slight literary reference. So of course I didn’t hesitate to see Letters To Juliet. It was unbelievably romantic and sweet, picturing the translation of love.

The movie lifts you away from reality, and places you directly into an azure sky holiday, as you float into Verona, Italy. You know the famed city of Romeo and Juliet; a city of wonder, lust, hope, and of course breathtaking vineyards surrounded by sweeping romance. The air is fragrant, where the wine flows like water and cooking is staple of taste.

Letters to Juliet marks a cinema that smiles on the hope that people accumulate, with time maturing to unravel the beautiful truth. By helping a woman find the love she left behind fifty years ago, Sophie discovers herself and unravels her own expectations. Realizing that sometimes the unexpected occurs, and it makes you smile because you know you wouldn’t have it any other way.

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  • Reply June 17, 2010


    Loved it great!! Now I can’t wait to watch the movie>

  • Reply June 17, 2010


    Loved it great!! Now I can’t wait to watch the movie.

  • Reply July 19, 2010


    Now I have got to see this movie bec. of your review!!!
    Thank you!

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