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Michael Caine, Harvey Keitel, Rachel Weisz, Paul Dano View All


Paolo Sorrentino (Director), Paolo Sorrentino (Writer) View All

Release: May 20th, 2015
Runtime: 1 hour, 58 minutes
YOUTH explores the lifelong bond between two friends vacationing in a luxury Swiss Alps lodge as they ponder retirement. While Fred has no plans to resume his musical career despite the urging of his loving daughter Lena, Mick is intent on finishing the screenplay for what may be his last important film for his muse Brenda. And where will inspiration lead their younger friend Jimmy, an actor grasping to make sense of his next performance?
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I'd argue that Youth is an even more grandiose and avant-garde film watching experience than either of those films though.
In his role as a renowned film director, Keitel acts as quite the disagreeable foil to Caine despite their respective characters' decades-long friendship; while Caine is content to spend his final years resting on his laurels, Keitel is busy at work crafting his latest film, which will apparently se....
Paolo Sorrentino, who directed the odd Sean Penn drama This Must Be the Place is also the creative force behind this dreamy and quirky film that confuses and perplexes the viewer from scene to scene, starting with its unusual setting: The screenplay informs us that the setting of the film is a hote....