There seems to be certain intimacy between the camera and the actresses, an understanding and acceptance that makes the story believable. Most of the dialogue is in English. Yes, both are naked most of the films running time, and yes, there is some sex. To a soundtrack of lush pop music and opera and amidst the classical paintings that cover the walls and comment on the action, the girls engage in games of fabricated identity, only gradually pealing off the layers of fantasy to reveal the often tragic secrets that have made them who they are. Only the break of day threatens to break their newly forged bond.
She returns to the hotel room and knocks on the door. She accompanies Alba to her hotel room as a curious acquaintance and stays as a growing friend. The room, which is the main set in which the movie happens, is not overwhelmingly present or a close asphyxiating place, but a very open fluid ethereal container where the story happens. Room in Rome 2010 Room in Rome : A young Russian woman named Natasha is soon to be married and is on holiday in Rome where she meets Alba. The only things in common with the previous film is that they both charter the encounter of 2 people who only just met during one night in a hotel room.
Except for Basque one line is spoken by Elena , Natasha is shown to speak fluent English, Russian, and Italian and seems to understand Spanish while Elena is speaking it to her on occasion despite that Natasha doesn't have a single phrase of Spanish in the movie , but it never becomes clear whether Natasha can speak Spanish too. Only the break of day threatens to break their newly forged bond. Said in other words, characters for which the physic attraction is not that so obvious, still equally strong. What matters are the characters and the way they develop and interact with each other. And the fact that they are naked is just that, a natural fact! And so begins a night of games, fantasies, laughter, love-making and the baring of souls as well as bodies. But nothing could be further from the truth! English is the primarily language spoken by the two lead characters, Elena and Natasha, to each other.
I mean, the two actresses have wow bodies, especially Yarovenko, so you feel that it is pure logic that they felt attracted to each other. Only the break of day threatens to break their newly forged bond. » The film, first of all, has a superb music. I had the great fortune to see this film at the closing gala of the Festival del Cine Español en Màlaga. In this room in Rome, the two women come to know one another intimately over the course of the night, and explore and discover themselves along the way. A normal person can have a great story to tell, immense depth in her soul, be very hot and attractive, and still be an office worker, for example.
That seems only natural, as one girl is Spanish and the other Russian, both meeting in Italy. Oleh Dunia21 Synopsis A young Russian woman named Natasha is soon to be married and is on holiday in Rome where she meets Alba. At first the girl is nervous and after some foreplay in the lesbian's hotel room, she gets cold feet and sneaks away while the other girl is sleeping. In this room in Rome, the two women come to know one another intimately over the course of the night, and explore and discover themselves along the way. If you want to help us, you can contact us on admin torrentking.
The use of the lighting and framing of the images are precious, elegant, warm and welcoming, very artistically composed with a great use of chiaroscuro and decoration. But that's where the similarities stop. The story is inspired in the Chilean movie En la Cama, which at its turn was inspired by the American film Before the Sunrise. This movie reminded me of Medem's Chaotic Anna, in the way he incorporates art into life, and gives art a meaning that is never decorative or purely aesthetic. I have been a great fan of the work of Julio Medem ever since I saw 'La Ardilla Roja' some 15 years ago. Julio's Medem's well known mastery and filming sensibility are seen everywhere in this movie. The two actresses, Elena Anaya and Natasha Yarovenko, shows not only their physical beauty, but a small part of the beauty of the human soul.
It is no secret that the film is based on the Chilean film 'En la cama' by Matias Bize. The bed scenes are very erotic, definitely hot, still tastefully filmed. Moreover, the two actress have a great chemistry on camera and, that is extremely important in a movie like this. But, after watching it, I think he has adopted the story and made it completely his. Otherwise, you are stereotyping lesbians and bi-curious as gorgeous girls only attracted to super-dudder gals. The two main actress are great in their role, especially Elena Anaya as the honest and emotionally fragile Spaniard lesbian Alba. Ever since 'Lucia y el sexo' Medem has been concentrating more and more on the exploration of the female psyche.
This is necessary as otherwise the movie would have felt oppressive and theatrical not a real and cinematic. Elena talks to herself in her native Spanish, and Natasha talks to herself in her native Russian. In this room in Rome, the two women come to know one another intimately over the course of the night, and explore and discover themselves along the way. She accompanies Alba to her hotel room as a curious acquaintance and stays as a growing friend. But she has forgotten her mobile phone. However, the setting and dialogs have been reworked and reinvented by Medem, as the story happens in Rome and the couple has the same sex. He said so himself at the press conference the day before the screening.
Medem also shows a wonderful direction of the actors, which is reduced to the two leading actresses and four very secondary roles. Answer: Yes we will continue this project if we can collect some funds to start it again. However, it is in some ways a departure for him. At least for me, but judging by the long standing ovation for Medem, Elena Anaya, Natasha Yavorenko plus the film's producer, Alvaro Longoria at the end, I don't seem to be the only one who feels like that. Medem has created a film of rare beauty, intoxicating romanticism and scorching eroticism. In this room in Rome, the two women come to know one another intimately over the course of the night, and explore and discover themselves along the way. And it is exactly this which gives the film its universal appeal, instead of being 'just a lesbian' tale.
But Medem also works with silences - some of the most profound realizations happen just with facial expressions. She doesn't cover herself up but tells the waiter they may want some food later. But Medem has made the material entirely his own and developed it in a completely different way. . Being quasi a 2-hander, the film does have quite a theatrical feel. The main problem, to me, with the movie is going over the top in the drawing of the characters, so they seem somewhat removed from the viewer, not always believable. Answer: Short answer No but for now it will remain closed.