Paolo Sorrentino's gripping psychological thriller probes the dark secret harboured by middle-aged Italian loner Titta Di Girolamo, who has lived for eight years in an anonymous Swiss hotel. Elegantly dressed, he impassively spends his days in the lobby or the hotel bar, observing the guests and staff with cool detachment. But his icy demeanour cracks when he begins to talk to the attractive barmaid Sofia, and the terrible truth about Titta's concealed world begins to unravel.
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In the end, it comes down to whether the characters mean something to you and these didn't mean anything to me. I couldn't feel any sympathy for a man who thinks that it's OK to steal from thieves and murder hitmen, all in the name of 'love'.