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Heath Ledger stars in the scandalously funny adventure CASANOVA. After a lifetime of women falling head over heels in love with him, the world's legendary ladies' man (Ledger) meets the love of his life -- the one woman who thinks he's a total heel. Comic chaos ensues in a hilarious whirl of misadventures, disguises, and mistaken identities as the love-struck Casanova tries to win the heart of the fiery feminist who wants nothing to do with the man she thinks he is.
Heath Ledger, Sienna Miller, Jeremy Irons, Oliver Platt, Lena Olin, Omid Djalili, Stephen Greif, Ken Stott, Helen McCrory, Leigh Lawson, Tim McInnerny, Charlie Cox, Natalie Dormer, Phil Davis, Paddy Ward, Ben Moor, Adelmo Togliani, Lidia Biondi, Eugene Simon, Robert Levine, Lauren Cohan, Danielle Baker, Clive Riche, Marta Bellocchio, Adriano Iurissevich, Giorgio Bertan, Niall Buggy, Simonetta Bortolozzi, Francis Pardeilhan, Enzo Turrin, Carolina Levi, Paola Pessot, Elisabeth Riva, Monica Vallerini, Nicholas Capriati, Nakie Rivelli, Sara Guerra, Marta Richeldi, Giorgia Riccardi, Kristy Dibiccari, Jessica Seaton, Anna Marchioro, Lorenzo Felisatti, Roy Doliner, Silvia Nanni, Paolo De Giorgiro, Alessandro Bressanello, Katarina Volgyiova, Davide Bozzato, Catherine Gault, Renzo Martini, Laura Pigozzo, Federico Scridel, Manuella Massimi, Tommy Körberg, Bryan Korenberg, Bimba
© 2005 Touchstone
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Common Sense Says
Legendary lover cleans up for happy commitment.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this romance is focused on the legendary 18th-century lothario, here revised to suit a secret identity plot and his romance with a proto-feminist writer. The film includes some raunchy sexual material, plus jokes about bodily functions (as well as verbal and visual jokes about one character's obesity). References are made to sexual pleasures, "whores," brothels, virgins, "fornication," as well as "coming" and "instrument" (as double entendres). Characters appear in various states of undress, women wear cleavage-revealing dresses. Characters drink at parties; one smokes cigarettes.
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- Release Date:January 6, 2006
- Languages:English, Spanish
- Captions:English, Spanish
- Audio Format:5.1
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