The Manual Of Love 3, Ages of Love
Manuale of Love is a 2005- Italian blockbuster love comedy composed of four episodes. It was directed by Giovanni Veronesi, The film, composed of four episodes, each of which, follows a different couple, focusing on a particular stage in the story of a typical romantic relationship. Here, only a few scenes from the first episode --`Innamoramento (falling in love): Giulia and Tommaso (Jasmine Trinca and Silvio Muccino) meeting and fall in love` are shown. Jasmine Trinca (born 1981 in Rome, Italy) is an Italian actress. She began her career in 2001, chosen by Nanni Moretti for his award-winning ``The Son`s Room``, receiving the Guglielmo Biraghi prize as best new talent of the year. In 2004, she won a Nastro d`Argento for The Best of Youth (La meglio gioventu). She played again with Moretti in the controversial ``Il caimano`` (2006). Silvio Muccino was born in Rome on April 14, 1982. He graduated from Rome`s Arts High School and enrolled in the Arts Faculty of Rome`s La Sapienza University. He started his career in the Italian cinema, usually playing lead roles in movies, directed by his brother Gabriele. His first appearance was in the film ``But Forever in My MIND`` (1999) where Muccino plays the lead role of a student participating in a school occupation as a protest. Muccino then starred in movies such as ``Ricordati di me`` (2003), C``he ne sara di noi`` (2004). After his beginning with his brother, Muccino has appeared in other Italian movies such as ``The Card Player`` (2004, directed by Dario Argento), ``Manuale d`amore`` (2005), ``Il mio miglior nemico``(2005). In 2008 he made his debut as a director with the movie ``Parlami d`amore`.
2hrs 1min long
M Contains sex scenes & offensive language
Vittorio Emanuele Propizio
Robert De Niro