Noble Earth

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5.71 h 18 min201813+
Emma meets Tancredi in Florence, embarking on a love affair with the intoxicating cosmos he represents: endless days in the gauzy hills, the sun-blanched beaches. They become engaged. Soon, however, Emma becomes caught in family politics, learning what is expected of a woman in Florentine high society. The same beauty that intoxicated Emma reveals itself as superficial, and suffocates her.
Directors
Ursula Grisham
Starring
Daisy BevanElia William CittadiniPierangelo Menci
Genres
Drama
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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Supporting actors
Bettina GiovanniniLorenzo FiuzziFederico SignorelliFrancesco BarbieriManfredi FiuzziMohamed ZouaouiFrancesca De MartiniStefano Davanzati
Producers
Lorenzo FiuzziMelinda Prisco
Studio
Synergetic
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3.7 out of 5 stars

7 global ratings

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Barbara C.Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2020
4.0 out of 5 stars
Clear choices.
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Any film w/Firenze as its location, immediately gets my attention, and Noble Earth did not disappoint me. Nothing over the top, but the dreamy Tuscan city is shown in the same dream-like images I remember experiencing when I spent a summer there back in '92, so I really enjoyed revisiting the streets and the few iconic Florentine views the film shows the viewer. Noble Earth does not have a strong plot, but it does provide a very intimate glimpse of the day-to-day life of Italy's modern day privileged elite "has-beens." It also successfully portrays the (bad) impression that such elitist has-beens (in denial) often give outsiders, such as the film's lead character, who stumbled upon this family's oldest son and swiftly becomes his fiancee. She enjoys a small taste of La Dolce Vita w/them, but as the film winds down, reality starts to peek through, leaving her to choose between playing along w/the false pretenses of this family and its circle of friends, or being true to herself.
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N. ChiltonReviewed in the United States on July 6, 2019
3.0 out of 5 stars
Good movie to fall asleep to
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A lot of pointless wondering. good for mediation or if you want something blissful to fall asleep to. not good for entertainment or plot development.
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Davianna AbseraReviewed in the United States on February 12, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
Beautiful!
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Wonderful acting, cinematography, and overall feeling. Very relatable.
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