Miele

Miele

Downloadable Video - 2015 | Italian
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In her debut as a director, actress Valeria Golino (Rain Man) has made a powerful drama about an unusual job. Irene (Jasmine Trinca) lives alone on the coastline outside Rome. To her father and her married lover, she s a student. In reality, she often travels to Mexico where she can legally buy a powerful barbiturate. Working under the name of her clandestine job is to help terminally ill people to die with dignity by giving them the drug. One day she supplies a new client named Grimaldi (Carlo Cecchi) with a fatal dose, only to find out he's perfectly healthy but tired of life. Irene is determined not to be responsible for his suicide. From this point on, Irene and Grimaldi are unwillingly locked in an intense and moving relationship which will change Irene's life forever.

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firefly5
Jan 23, 2018

Boring, did not watch.

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Ron@Ottawa
Dec 12, 2016

A good film from Italy about a young woman, a former medical student, taking up assisted suicide as her career. She is professional and, in her own way, compassionate. Everything went well until she ran into a unique case. Well worth my time. In Italian with subtitles.

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voisjoe1_0
May 04, 2016

With a new film, of which one has little or no knowledge, one has a chance to view the film wondering what the film is all about. But you can only go through this process going from no knowledge to fairly good knowledge the first time. This is exactly the process I had a chance for. I picked it off the shelf because it looked exotic, attractive, interesting, etc. Plus the title (a sweet name) could just about mean anything. I had the chance to play detective. If I had read all the blurbs and spoilers, my enjoyment would have been lowered and perhaps my rating would be lower.

Quimeras Sep 24, 2015

Ci sono megliori film su questo tema. Io raccomando “The Sea Inside” o “You Don’t Know Jack”.

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zal1
Mar 10, 2015

A beautiful and engaging film. It doesn't mean that I agree to the film's subject on euthanasia though. Life has to be lived and only the Creator who gave it can take it.

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Ron@Ottawa
Dec 12, 2016

Sexual Content: Some nudity and sexual situations.

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