Jeremy works at a publisher in London. He is sent to Tuscany to convince the writer Weldon Parish to write another book, even though Weldon has not written a book since his wife died. Weldon lets Jeremy know he is not welcome and Jeremy is almost on his way home when he falls in love with Weldon’s daughter. Jeremy decides to stay a little longer.Slowly a friendship between Weldon and Jeremy grows and in the end there are happy endings for everyone.
Some movies are completely predictable, but sometimes this does not matter. From the first minute you know Jeremy will lose his slick ways in the Tuscan village, he will get the girl and of course the writer will start writing again.This predictability does not matter, because Shadows in the sun is such a heartwarming and lovely romantic comedy. The beautiful landscape of Tuscany and the picturesque village with the eccentric villagers only add another dimension.
|Jeremy and Isabella at the village dance|
|Harvey Keitel as Weldon Parish|
So, if you are in the mood for a lighthearted movie filled with Italian atmosphere, Shadows in the sun is guaranteed to give you a great afternoon.