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Casanova 2005

Casanova ★★★ 2005

The elderly Giacomo Casanova (O'Toole) has been exiled from Venice and is working as a librarian in a crumbling castle. Depressed, he finds new vigor relating his lustful adventures as a young man to his maid, Edith (Byrne). The younger Casanova (Tennant) was a reckless bon vivant willing to risk everything, especially for the love of noblewoman Henriette (Fraser). Wonderful romp; both O'Toole and Tennant sparkle. 182m/C DVD . GB Peter O'Toole, David Tennant, Rose Byrne, Laura Fraser, Rupert PenryJones, Nina Sosanya, Nickolas Grace; D: Sheree Folkson; W: Russell T. Davies; C: Anthony Radcliffe; M: Murray Gold. TV

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