Tea With Mussolini

Tea With Mussolini

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Average of 320 ratings: 3.5 Stars

1999 M Contains low level offensive language.

A story of civilized disobedience

Semi-autobiographical tale from the early life of director Franco Zeffirelli. An illegitimate child is raised by an Englishwoman in pre-WWII Fascist Italy, part of an English community in Florence presided over by a diplomat's widow. Cher plays a wealthy American collector of modern art who visits these "Scorpioni" on occasion.

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117 minutes

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1.85:1 Widescreen
English Dolby Digital 2.0

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3 by Raniiam

Enjoyable story set in World War 2 about Cher, a very wealthy women who helped people in need and struggle. Great acting, a must see for those who like a bit of drama, action and adventure.

4.5 by Dud

Still a great movie set in the wonderful Italian landscape ( featuring Florence and San Gimignano) with such a talented cast of the finest actors. (Especially the usual "dowager" Maggie Smith.) A good... Read more

4 by Moviemom

Good feel good movie. Love the actors and the whitty story line

4 by Transcend

Enjoyable movie. Good period details and well acted. Cher was the big surprise! She acted so well.