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  • Actors: Amanda Seyfried, Gael Garcia Bernal, Vanessa Redgrave, Franco Nero, Christopher Egan
  • Format: Dolby
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: E1 Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 4 Oct. 2010
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (323 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003RSVV3W
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 54,267 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Romantic drama. When Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) travels to Verona in Italy, she stumbles upon an age-old superstition whereby people seeking advice in matters of the heart leave letters in the courtyard of the fictional Juliet, which are then answered by a group of volunteers known as the 'secretaries of Juliet'. When Sophie replies to one letter that has remained unanswered for 50 years, she is amazed when its author, Claire (Vanessa Redgrave), arrives in Italy with her grandson Charlie (Christopher Egan) to track down the fiance she left behind decades before. Sophie joins them on their quest through the hills of Tuscany as they search for Lorenzo, Claire's long-lost love - and soon finds herself tumbling headlong into a romance of her own.

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4.4 out of 5 stars

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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By SillyB on 31 Mar. 2012
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When I first saw this film I wanted to see it but for some reason it kept being put back on my watch list.

Oh how I wish I hadn't! From start to finish I was caught up in the story, the characters and the gorgeous setting.
I was expecting a basic chick flick with the usual stuff but this film has something that stands out from others, there is something about this film that is relaxing, the characters are calm and Italy is gorgeous. After watching this film I felt the need to visit Verona and this is from someone who isn't eager to travel abroad.

The story is sweet and brings a smile to your face, there are definitely some laugh out loud moments throughout and it will leave you feeling chilled afterwards.

I highly recommend this film to anyone who fancies a chill out with the girls whether you're young or old. My Mum and I sat down and enjoyed this together... not that I'm saying my Mum is old!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Hammond on 7 Nov. 2010
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You can't blame this film for being predictable or cliched: it's what rom-coms are, and after one look at the synopsis, you can easily guess what is going to happen. Amanda Seyfreid plays Sophie, a New York newspaper fact-finder keen to showcase her real talent, writing. She and her chef fiance, Victor, have organised a pre-wedding holiday in Tuscany. The cracks in their relationship are visible early on- her fiance is wrapped up in his own career, isn't really interested in her and sadly neglects her on holiday, leaving her to wander solo around Verona. It is here she discovers what she thinks will make the perfect story for her journalistic debut- the letters to Juliet, written by love-lorn tourists seeking advice from Juliet. Sophie soon learns that a group of local women answer each and every letter, and she discovers a fifty year old letter that has lain unanswered, from a young girl, Claire, who has abandoned her first love, Lorenzo. Sophie decides to reply, hoping her reply reaches Claire. It does, and Claire, now an elegant older woman (played by the divine Vanessa Redgrave), sets out to find Lorenzo with Sophie's help, accompanied by her reluctant and ridiculously priggish but handsome grandson Charlie (Christopher Eagan), who resents what he sees as Sophie's meddling and thinks the whole thing can only end in tears. As they set out to identify Lorenzo from a multitude of namesakes, the animosity between Sophie and Charlie eventually grows to respect and their chemistry is undeniable.

So yes, the plot is far-fetched, but it is really lovely escapism, as many of the best rom-coms are. The cinematography is beautiful, as is the scenery.
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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. V. Jeffery on 18 Oct. 2010
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Amanda Seyfried and Vanessa Redgrave have a magical quality about them that is absolutely essential in a film like this. All the male actors are also well cast, but it is very much a girls' film. It is a lovely romance for both the younger and the more mature lady, whose paths cross so beautifully in the story. Set in Tuscany, at the height of summer, what more could you wish for. The colour and music that infiltrates the scenes is so therapeutic that you want to be transported to this more gentle, everyday life.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By GratuitousViolets TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 29 Oct. 2010
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My Thoughts: Letters to Juliet is a film that will most likely have the more sappy of us re-evaluating what love really means to us. The storyline, while slightly predictable is reassuring, pleasant, and easy on the emotions. The performances here are truly wonderful, Vanessa Redgrave is truly still a captivating and stunning actress even in her twilight years, and Amanda Seyfriend's performance is truly endearing and magical. What I truly enjoyed about this movie was the use of on-location Italian locations, and they are shot so beautifully and shown so wonderfully that you almost feel as if you are touching ground on the country itself.

The Plot: Sophie, an aspiring writer working as a fact checker takes a pre-wedding honeymoon with her fiance Victor, an overzealous and passionate chef. What starts out as a romantic vacation quickly turns into a bore when Victor wants to spend all their time touring vineyards and farms looking for ingredients for the restaurant he is about to open.

Sophie, feeling slightly miffed about Victor's determination to use their vacation as a business opportunity, goes sightseeing and meets with The Secretaries of Juliet, a society of women who answer women's letters aimed at the fictional Juliet Capulet of the tale of starcross'd lovers Romeo and Juliet. Her meeting with the women leads her to finding a letter dated some fifty years before from a young woman known as Claire, who is remorse with guilt over abandoning the lover she was supposed to elope with. Sophie is so moved by the letter that she replies to the fifty year old letter and to her surprise, is met with Claire Smith and her haughty grandson Charlie.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Benson VINE VOICE on 5 Feb. 2011
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I really wanted to see this on the grounds of it being the first english speaking role for huge Mexican actor Gael Garcia Bernal. Bear in mind I'm not completely impartial to 'chick flicks' so I don't base my disappointment on it being a bit of a girly movie. I feel like the first half hour of the movie doesn't kick things off so great. Gael's character in the movie is pretty boring and forgettable. Chemistry between him and Amanda Seyfried doesn't seem to exist. I couldn't help but feel a little sad he chose such a lacklustre and mediocre role for his english language debut. If you want to see the movie on the same grounds as myself I'm sure you will also be disappointed.

However, when the characters of Charlie and his grandmother, Claire are introduced [about a half hour in] the movie gets a little bit more interesting. And you can't help but get caught up in the story as the trio trek across the beautiful landscape of Italy in search of long lost love.

Overall it was a nice, if slightly predictable story to see once. One to rent over buying in my opinion. Not a great 'chick flick' for guys.
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