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Thankfully there was no stupid voice-over or dubbing translation, which is what you normally get in Russian cinemas.
TEMPESTA was intriguing in its premise, but falls absolutely flat in terms of execution.
I'm a bit surprised they didn't try to premiere this at the Venice Film Festival.
I went to go see the film on the strength of the male supporting cast; namely, Rutger Hauer, Malcolm Mc Dowell and Tcheky Karyo.
Now the former two actors tend to do a lot of straight-to-video schlock, but in the right project, they could be dynamite.
This is not that kind of project, and while Mc Dowell livens the proceedings up with his haughty, snooty turn as an art historian with some secrets, Hauer just walks nonchalantly through his role as Van Beunigen, the director of the Galleria dell' Accademia.
If so, you're probably starting to feel the heat.
Has a former Tinder date consistently told you that she wants to hang out again, but then has consistently put you on the back burner?
One thing's for sure: there is only one Valenzin character in the film and Karyo is definitely NOT playing him, which leads me to believe that he was supposed to be cast, but was replaced by Mc Dowell. At least he doesn't have another sub-par movie in his resume.
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