(ANSA) – ROME, OCTOBER 01 – If it were a recipe it would be that of a starred chef linked to tradition and who thus never betrays classic cuisine and its reassuring passages.
TICKET TO PARADISE by Ol Parker, and with Oscar winners George Clooney and Julia Roberts, is a bit like that, in short, he doesn’t miss a beat and he does it by fielding two great actors, beautiful locations and two love stories in parallel with right times and second chances. The film, in cinemas from 6 October with Universal, directed by the director of MAMMA MIA! HERE WE ARE AGAIN and screenwriter of the MARIGOLD HOTEL films, he takes us into the most classic of situations: two separated parents, David (Clooney) and Georgia Cotton (Roberts) who hate each other, are forced to find each other for their only beloved daughter, Lily (Kaitlyn Dever), which still inevitably unites them. For the couple still full of grudges ready to come out at the slightest opposition, a common mission: to prevent the daughter in love, and just graduated in law, from throwing away her life for a summer love. Who are David and Georgia Cotton? He is a successful and experienced super architect tombeur de femme, while she is an important gallery owner engaged in an unlikely love affair with a pilot younger than her (and this would certainly not be a limit), but too less smart. Lily, on the other hand, is a girl like many others who, during her post-graduate vacation in Bali, met Gede (Maxime Bouttier), a more than wealthy algae farmer, handsome and friendly and with equally perfect parents, just like the island where they live. Now after all this perfection, the fact that David and Georgia fight over everything in the end matters very little, because it is immediately clear that the final happy end will not be betrayed at all. (HANDLE).
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