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Under the Amalfi sun (Sotto il Sole di Amalfi (2022) is the sequel Under the sun of Riccione (2020) Italian coming-of-age comedy. It’s playing Lorenzo Zurzolo and Ludovica Martino and is managed by Martina Pastor.

Travel to the spectacular beaches of amalfi, and enjoy this rom-com in which lovebirds Vicenzo and Camilla reunite. Summer sun, romance and beach fun!

summary

Vicenzo and Camilla meet again, this time on the beautiful Amalfi Coast, after their first love affair a year earlier in Riccione. He is eager to take the relationship a step further and let Camilla move in with him. However, Camilla has a job offer across the Atlantic, which leaves her in a bind. Should she pursue her career or give in to her heart and stay with Vicenzo in Italy and build a life together? They are joined on this journey by their respective best friends, Furio and Nathalie. Could there be sparks between the two? Or will the mysterious Hans win Nat’s heart?

Movie review

Well, we weren’t disappointed as our expectations weren’t high given our experience with the prequel. Under the Amalfi sun is a light-hearted comedy, no doubt aimed at a young audience who might well enjoy it. You know, it has all the makings of breezy entertainment: beautiful people basking in the sun, sailing around, plenty of music, partying, and just enough drama to keep the audience in light intrigue and add a level of tension to the plot lend curls. It seems the name of the game in the contemporary YA summer film genre is young love overcoming mutual relationship dilemmas against a gorgeous sunny sea backdrop in high definition. Indeed, this is another coming-of-age love story set in a chic coastal town.

In fact, I had a kind of déjà vu…. A few days ago we were served the teenage love affair that unfolds in the French film Dangerous Liaisons (2022), also set in an ‘amazing’ seaside town. Apparently, the phrase “location, location, location” no longer applies only to real estate, but can now also be applied to low-budget film productions. The landscape is what saves me the viewing experience. OK, I admit the soundtrack spiced it up a bit and kept me awake.

The property is 08/15. Meets the requirements of an acceptable summer rom-com: beach sun, young dude loves young girl who both have their best buddies as buddies and of course. Can it be even milder? The script is so easy to digest that you will race through this film. So just pour yourself a cold summer drink, sit back and enjoy the scenery that Amalfi has to offer.

The soundtrack

Did you like the music in the film? The soundtrack features songs by Gue, luches, Rose villain, Bonnie P, Thegiornalist, Alexandra Amoroso, Boomdabash and many more artists that we are sure you will love!. You can listen to the tracks here.

The occupation

Lorenzo Zurzolo

Known from the movies Questo è il mio paese (2015), Sconnessi (2016), You Can’t Kiss the Bride (2019) and Under the sun of Riccione (2020).

Ludovica Martino

Actress known for the movies Handsome Boy (2021), My brother, my sister (2021), Una boccata d’aria (2922) and The Turning Point (2021)and the series Liberi tutti (2019) j Carosello Carosone (2021). And of course for the Netflix film, Under the sun of Riccione (2020).

release date

July 13, 2022.

Where to watch under the Amalfi sun?

On Netflix.

Official movie trailer

Cast & Crew. Movie review

Under the Amalfi Sun (2022)

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Movie title: Sotto il Sole di Amalfi

Movie description: After a year of dating, Camilla and Vincenzo decide to go on vacation to the Amalfi Coast, which will inevitably test their love for each other.

Release date: July 11, 2022

Country: Italy

Duration: 90 minutes

Director(s): Martina Pastori

Actor: Lorenzo Zurzolo, Ludovica Martino, Davide Calgaro, Isabella Ferrari, Luca Ward, Kyshan Wilson, Nicolas Maupas

Genre: Comedy, Romance, Drama, Teen

Movie review

Well, we weren’t disappointed as our expectations weren’t high given our experience with the prequel. Under the Amalfi Sun is a lighthearted comedy no doubt aimed at a young audience who might enjoy it. You know, it has all the makings of breezy entertainment: beautiful people basking in the sun, sailing around, plenty of music, partying, and just enough drama to keep the audience in light intrigue and add a level of tension to the plot lend curls.

  • cinematography – 3.2/10
  • plot – 3.6/10
  • audio track – 6.4/10
  • Actor – 4.8/10

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