Top positive review
Entertaining and Tragic.
Reviewed in the United States on January 17, 2021
I was searching for "Lothario" and discovered this movie.
Lothario comes from The Fair Penitent (1703), a tragedy by Nicholas Rowe. In the play, Lothario is a notorious seducer, extremely attractive but beneath his charming exterior a haughty and unfeeling scoundrel. Since the 18th century the word lothario has been used for a foppish, unscrupulous rake.
This would have made a good television mini-series. It's similar to, but not as good as, Masterpiece Theater's "Casanova" with David Tennant, which actually is both a comedy and tragedy and is here on Prime as well. If you liked "Spread", check it out.