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  • I thought the plot was a little dry, the acting dry, and some scenes a little too eccentric
  • Unfortunately, that's all it really has going for it

    • by jolly
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      I am reviewing the movie, Shadows in the Sun, which was released in 2006. It stars Joshua Jackson as a man named Jeremy Taylor, a guy who works at a publishing company in London.

      He is pressured to travel to Tuscany to get renowned writer, Welson Parish, played by Harvey

      Keitel, to write another novel.

      Jackson’s character meets extreme resistance from the writer, but his boss demands otherwise.

      Jackson’s character stays in Tuscany with the hope of changing the author’s mind, and while he’s there he falls in love with the eccentric writer’s daughter, played by Claire Forlani.

      It takes time,

      • but Jackson’s character eventually forms a friendship with the eccentric writer, and in turn helps heal the man’s wounded soul.

        If you loved the movie, Under the Tuscan Sun, I imagine you’ll find this movie enjoyable.

        I honestly thought it was cute and entertaining, but not really worth another viewing.


        thought the plot was a little dry, the acting dry, and some scenes a little too eccentric.

        The humor seemed forced at parts, and there just didn’t seem to be any chemistry between any of the actors.

        This movie has beautiful scenery.

        Unfortunately, that’s all it really has going for it.

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