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Gioco di Donna by John Duigan

Gioco di Donna

by John Duigan

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Il giovane irlandese Guy (Stuart Townsend), si vede piombare nella sua casa a Cambridge, bagnata e trafelata, la splendente Gilda, in fuga dal fidanzato e da allora i due vivranno la loro relazione tra mille incongruenze, illusioni e drammi. Tre anni dopo saranno assieme a Parigi, in un "ménage a troi" che coinvolge Mia (Penelope Cruz), una giovane spagnola, zoppa a causa di un incidente. In Spagna la guerra civile è ormai inevitabile e dopo alcuni tentennamenti Mia e Guy, che è un idealista, abbandonano Gilda e vanno a combattere per i repubblicani.
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