• Tea With Mussolini (1999) Rating & Reviews

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  • It's warm, spontaneous and heartfelt. Zeffirelli cared about his memories, and he's done justice to them. show more

  • The movie seemed the stuff of anecdote, not drama, and as the alleged protagonist, Luca/Franco is too young much of the time to play more than a bystander's role. show more

  • An incomplete memoir with spotty character development, but, in part because of the way it was filmed and in part because of the strength of the cast, it's still an effective entertainment. show more

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