Romantic Guide to Lost Places is an unusual road movie that ranges across Europe looking for forgotten places, during which two strangers, both trapped in lives of deceit, come to terms with their own pasts. Benno is over fifty, English, and drinks like a fish; Allegra is twenty years younger, a travel blogger with lots of imagination. They both live off their lies and have no intention of stopping now. Next-door neighbors, they had never met until the day Benno wound up on the wrong floor, and nothing would ever be the same. Serendipity leads this odd couple on a journey towards lost or forgotten places, where their mutual support will help fuel their self-discovery.
In Italian with English subtitles. Available only in the US.
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We are excited and eager to get back to in-person events and screenings with you. In order to keep our patrons, staff, and volunteers safe, San Diego Italian Film Festival’s current health and safety requirements are as follows:
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