"Couple therapy for lovers": Therapy par 2

"Couple therapy for lovers": Therapy par

Marian Wilhelm

Innsbruck – "Lovers" in this case translates with the beloved or "Gspusi". Because the lateness of the film is more meaningful than the "lovers" of the German-language distribution and are less brutal than adulterous English "cheat". In addition to marriage, Viviana and Modesto have affair with each other. But even in the extramarital relationship it does not go so well. That's why Viviana releases her lover Modest for steam therapy. Thus a variant of the famous Italian comedy is created. But, more than expected, director Alessio Maria Federica, but then out of the story.

Italian comedy has long been stuck in one of the lowest genres of genre – and hence not alone at the international level. The golden age of the imaginative-crazy Vragolian comedy of high humor density lies far away in the 20th century. Even Woody Allen, whose fabric such as "Therapy" was perfect, long satisfied with a bit. Little Oriented to "Terapia di coppia per amanti", but then to an intelligent classical comedy. Author Diego De Silva, whose novel is based on the script, and Federico does not primarily deal with the resolution of the act, including a happy ending or separation. Instead, two sympathetic main characters get plenty of room for withdrawal, not just with the therapist. Dialogues consist not only of cheap jokes, but they dare to cast some thought into shame on a wide field of love. Otherwise, the absurd constellation of adultery of intertwined pairs in times of rapid serial monogamy and the ever more sincere non-monogamous forms of relationship would also seem rather anachronistic.

"Couple therapy for lovers": Therapy par 3

The comedy heart like "Therapy" is the chemistry of her main characters, with strange characters around her. While Viviana (Ambra Angiolini) remains pale biographical, professional guitarist Modesto (Pietro Sermonti) is a round figure with a famous jazz musician as a less useful father. The film is skillfully used for concert scenes that provide true music to the story.

The absurdly overburdened role of the therapist is prof. Malavolta (Sergio Rubini), who struggles with his own love problems. Here the movie re-leaps into laughter.

The question of honest exit from a definite dilemma between a lover and a lover, between a couple and a few partnerships, is also affecting the movie so that you fully decide what it wants to be, "Therapy" can not do that. But he always brings beautiful romantic questionnaires.