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Letters to Juliet is a 2010 romantic comedy-drama film directed by . The film follows the story of Sophie, a young woman who travels to Verona, Italy with her fiancé, but soon finds herself drawn to the city's famous “Juliet Club” and becomes involved in a search for a lost love.

Sophie discovers a letter that was written to Juliet Capulet centuries ago and decides to respond to it. To her surprise, the woman who wrote the letter, Claire, shows up in Verona with her grandson Charlie. Sophie joins them on a quest to find Claire's lost love, and along the way, she finds herself falling in love with Charlie.

Review:

Letters to Juliet is a sweet and charming film that captures the essence of romanticism in a picturesque setting. The film boasts a talented cast, including as Sophie, as Claire, and as Charlie. Their performances are genuine and heartfelt, making the characters relatable and endearing.

The film's plot is predictable, but it's the execution that makes it enjoyable. The scenery of Verona, Italy is breathtaking, and the film's lighthearted tone, witty dialogue, and feel-good moments make it an ideal movie for a romantic night in.

While it may not be a groundbreaking film, Letters to Juliet is a delightful and heartwarming story that is sure to leave viewers with a smile on their face.

Awards:

Letters to Juliet was not widely recognized by major award shows, but it was a box office success, grossing over $79 million worldwide. It was also praised for its soundtrack, which features music by Colbie Caillat, Taylor Swift, and more.

Directed by
Produced by Caroline Kaplan Ellen Barkin Mark Canton
Written by José Rivera Tim Sullivan
Starring , , , , , ,
Music by Andrea Guerra
Cinematography Marco Pontecorvo
Edited by Bill Pankow
Production
company
Applehead Pictures
Distributed by Summit Entertainment
Release date April 25, 2010 (Tribeca Film Festival) May 14, 2010 (United States)
Running time 105 minutes
Country United States
Languages English Italian
Budget $30 million
Box office $80 million

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