Check out “Cinema Paradiso” The Award Winning Foreign Film

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I have loved all of the music that Ennio Morricone composed to the movie by the same name Cinema Paradiso, but I had never seen the movie  until very recently.  

First searched on Netflix, but they didn’t carry it and then found it on Google Play movies and bought the high-definition version for about $12. I downloaded it to my Samsung S2 tablet and also to my Note 4 phablet. There’s a way that I can mirror movie from either device and haven’t planned my Samsung Smart TV but I don’t know how to do it yet period I think it involves something called Chromecast two actually take the images and the video that scene on the screen on my smart device and haven’t seen on the TV. What an amazing world we live in.

The movie Cinema Paradiso involves Romance comma tragedy comma love friendship a small town in Italy set at a time when John Wayne movies were just becoming hot stuff and Charlie Chaplin movies were in the theater. The movies that the town so we’re screen by the local priest and all of the kisses were removed and of all of the movies they saw or anything that that priest that was sinful. Alfredo was an old Gentleman who ran the local theater called Cinema Paradiso. Toto was a young, fatherless boy with an unappreciative mother who continually abused him until After became the father figure in his life and best friend.

Cinema Paradiso was the only joy the poor town had.

I recommend this movie very strongly to anyone who loves amazingly well written stories, interesting characters,  gorgeous cinematography and the romantic Italian film score by Ennio Morricone is what brought me to the movie in the first place!

I never shared a movie on Google Play movies before, so I really don’t know what the link will take you to but I believe it will take you to the link to buy the movie. You can watch almost any movie in the world on Google Play Movies and you can either watch them singly, as in this case was $10 to watch at one time I rather pay 12 to watch it high definition and own it.

Written and compiled  by Paulette Le Pore Motzko.

Images from Pinterest.

This movie is not dubbed with English words, but rather you’ll be reading the subtitles in English and listening to the Italian language if you’re American like I am, or from any other country other than an Italian from Italy. 

 March 19th 2017 at 1:08 p.m.

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