ITALIAN FILM - VIAGGIO SOLA (A FIVE STAR LIFE)
by Director Maria TOGNAZZI @ WEST END CINEMA.
A sophisticated and
delightful story of one woman’s quest for personal and professional fulfillment . (2013 film)
WEST END CINEMA/THEATER
VIAGGIO SOLA - A FIVE STAR LIFE
FRI. AUGUST 1 thru THU. AUGUST 7, 2014 @ 7:20 PM
(FOR ONE WEEK - CHECK Theater Schedule+Show Times)
WEST END CINEMA
2301 M St NW | Washington, DC 20037
(@ 23rd & M St. NW)
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VIAGGIO SOLA - A FIVE STAR LIFE (2013)
In Italian with English subtitles
Director: Maria Sole TOGNAZZI
Winner of the Italian National Syndicate of Fim Journalists Award for Best Comedy and the David di Donatello Award (Best Actress, Margherita Buy).
A FIVE STAR LIFE (Viaggio Sola) is a delightful story of a woman’s quest for personal and professional fulfillment set against the most stunning cities and opulent hotels of the world.
Stylish and independent, Irene (Margherita Buy) is a single career woman in her forties with a job to die for. As a luxury hotel critic, she checks into the world’s finest establishments incognito to assess their standards, meticulously judging every detail from the concierge’s manners to the temperature of the food to the quality of the bedsheets. Her elegant, unattached lifestyle affords her to jet around the globe to experience a world of luxury, but doesn’t leave her with much of a personal life.
On the rare occasions she’s not working, Irene’s world revolves around her absent-minded sister Silvia (Fabrizia Sacchi), two lively young nieces, and best friend--and former lover - Andrea (Stefano Accorsi). But when Silvia begins to deal with marital problems and Andrea faces an unexpected life change, Irene’s small support network is fractured and she struggles to balance a glamorous career with the growing desire for something more.
After a chance meeting shakes up her worldview even more, she’s compelled to reexamine her choices and charts her own path to happiness despite the expectations of others. Described by The Hollywood Reporter as "Part Up In The Air, part Eat Pray Love,” A Five Star Life is a warm and heartfelt trip worth taking.