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(PaPaPa, RoRoRo, HoHoHo, C, LL, V, SS, NN, A, D, M) Very strong pagan worldview with strong romantic theme, a great deal of homosexual content, some New Age elements, a few references to the Virgin Mary, and one Catholic wedding; 12 obscenities and 11 profanities; violence includes flag falling on young man's head, threat of attack by scorpion and by snake; fornication portrayed twice, oral sex stated, and discussions of fornication, lots of homosexual characters and homosexual having baby; nudity includes some low-cut dresses, upper male nudity, woman in bra portrayed twice, and woman naked with just a boa covering the minimum; drinking portrayed; smoking portrayed; and, lying and cruelty.
UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN seems to be a thinly veiled, homosexual love story with a few heterosexual elements. The main character, Francis, is a professor and a book reviewer, whose best friends are lesbians expecting a baby. Suddenly, Francis’ husband divorces her, and she is forced to re-evaluate her life. Her friends send her on a homosexual tour of Italy, where she decides to buy a house in Tuscany. She tells the real estate agent that her wish is to have a wedding at the house, cook for a lot of people, and have a family at the house. After she asks an Italian stud to fornicate with her and pursues a statuesque, promiscuous blonde woman named Catherine, her wishes come true. Her Polish workman falls in love with a neighboring girl, and they have a wedding at the house, her homosexual friend moves in with her baby so she has a “family,” and she gets to cook for the neighborhood. Although she keeps looking for meaning in sex, she doesn’t seem to find much meaning, even though she gets all her wishes.
UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN is a depressing movie. It is generally immoral, and Francis, the lead character, is clueless about what makes life worthwhile. Although there are references to the Virgin Mary, faith, Catholicism, and Methodism, they seem to impact nobody’s life. In fact, Francis seems like she really wants to have a lesbian relationship rather than keep looking for love in men. The movie also has some very dumb lines in it. Diane Lane has trouble acting in the film and spends more time posing. The music is forgettable. Even the photography doesn’t do justice to the beautiful Tuscan countryside.
UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN shows that homosexuality has had a major impact on Hollywood movies. Liberals might condemn us for pushing our morality on homosexuals, but why are homosexuals pushing their morality on us?
Please address your comments to:
Michael Eisner, Chairman/CEO
The Walt Disney Company
(Walt Disney Pictures, Touchstone Pictures, Caravan, Hollywood, and Miramax)
Dick Cook, Chairman
The Walt Disney Studios
500 South Buena Vista Street
Burbank, CA 91521
Phone: (818) 560-1000
SUMMARY: Diane Lane stars in UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN as a divorced woman forced to re-evaluate her life. UNDER THE TUSCAN SUN seems to be a thinly veiled, homosexual love story with a few heterosexual elements.