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    Lost in Florence

    The movie tells the story of Eric Lazard, a heartbroken former college football star who is introduced to calcio storico, an ancient form of football played every summer in Florence that combines rugby and street fighting, while visiting his cousin Anna, who lives in Italy and teaches the Italian language to foreigners.
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  • Actors of "Lost in Florence"

  • Characters of "Lost in Florence"

    Eric Lazard. Character of Lost in Florence
    Played by: Brett Dalton
  • Directors of "Lost in Florence"

    Evan Oppenheimer. Director of Lost in Florence
    Evan Oppenheimer
  • Creators of "Lost in Florence"

    Evan Oppenheimer. Director of Lost in Florence
    Evan Oppenheimer
  • Critic Reviews of "Lost in Florence"

    Jay Weissberg Variety
    January 27, 2017

    Bland even for the armchair traveler, "Lost" is as inoffensive as a picture-souvenir booklet, and equally unmemorable.

    Sheri Linden Los Angeles Times
    January 26, 2017

    A seemingly tourist-bureau-sanctioned travelogue posing as a romantic drama.

    Neil Genzlinger New York Times
    January 26, 2017

    The male-fantasy earmarks of "Lost in Florence," a guy-perspective romance written and directed by Evan Oppenheimer, are hard to ignore, but it's still a reasonably pleasant film.

    Abbey Bender Village Voice
    January 25, 2017

    Lost in Florence mostly has the effect of lulling the audience into a craving for wine and spaghetti.

    Jackie K. Cooper Huffington Post
    February 03, 2017

    The beauty of the locale is the selling point of this movie. Otherwise it is run of the mill.

    Simi Horwitz Film Journal International
    January 25, 2017

    Dull, slow-moving film about a young man in Florence trying to find himself.

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