Letters To Juliet

Letters To Juliet
Letters To Juliet

Year

2010

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

There is a tradition in the Italian city of Verona that young lovers leave letters asking for advice under the balcony supposedly used by Shakespeare's Juliet (ignoring, of course, that she was a fictional character). One of these letters, lost for 50 years, is found by Sophie (Amanda Seyfried), who replies to it. The romantic drama features a terrific performance from the great actress Vanessa Redgrave as the woman who originally wrote the letter and lovely Italian scenery.

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This film contains some mild bad language.

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