“Jack Frusciante Has Left the Band” (Movie)

Title: Jack Frusciante Has Left the Band

Release: 1996

Director: Enza Negroni

Adapted from the book: “Jack Frusciante Has Left the Band” by Enrico Brizzi

Language: Italian

Stars: Stefano Accorsi (Alex), Violante Placido (Adelaide), Alessandro Zamattio (Martino)

Plot: Jack Frusciante Has Left the Band tells the story of the relationship between Alex, a 17-year-old rebel, and Aidi, a girl who enters his life out of the blue one Sunday with a phone call. She asks about a poetry book and they end up talking about their projects and aspirations. Before they part she kisses him on the cheek. Alex falls for her, and later asks her to be his girlfriend. She begins behaving increasingly coldly to him until she states that she doesn’t want any relationship because she’ll be leaving for the States the following year and doesn’t want to be in a long-distance relationship.

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Review of “Per sempre Giovani”

Per sempre giovani

Title: Per sempre giovani (Forever young)

Author: Simona Diodovich

Released: 03/30/2016

Genre: Romance

Language: Italian

Where to find it: Amazon

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Synopsis:

Hanna Clarke is soon to be home. Four years have passed since she escaped from Heartfall, now she is forced to come back. She left a lot of things on that place: two graves, one strong and beautiful love and her now dying grandmother. Coming back means to see Devon again, look into his eyes and slowly die because he is not hers anymore. Devon Masters moved on with a new life. He is engaged with Deva, he is the vice-president of the Angels Club and he is ok, or, at least he thought he was ok until she came back.

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