La solitudine dei numeri primi (The Solitude of Prime Numbers)
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La solitudine dei numeri primi (The Solitude of Prime Numbers)
Paolo Giordano's best-selling novel is given a unique screen adaptation in this drama from director Saverio Costanzo. As Giordano notes in his book, prime numbers can only divided by one or themselves, and the two principle characters in his story reflect a similar singularity in the loneliness. As a child, Alice (Martina Albano) was forced by her father to join him for a skiing trip where she broke her leg, causing her to walk with a limp for the rest of her life. Meanwhile, Mattia (Tommaso Neri) had to attend a birthday party with his developmentally disabled sister, Michela (Giorgia… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"It takes nothing away from the rest of the exemplary cast to say that Isabella Rossellini exerts her own force of gravity whenever she appears in her scalding supporting role."
‑ Kent Turner,
"...a subdued drama that's been placed within the context of an impressively epic framework..."
‑ David Nusair,