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Murray (Woody Allen) talks his friend Fioravante (John Turturro) into becoming a gigolo as a way of making some much needed cash after an out-of-the-blue request from his dermatologist (Sharon Stone). With Murray acting as Fioravante''s manager, the duo quickly finds themselves caught up in the crosscurrents of love and money. Also stars Vanessa Paradis, Liev Schreiber and Sofía Vergara.

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Excellent! 30 October 2013 | by slabihoud (Austria) See all my reviews John Turturro proofed that he can handle a light comedy as an actor as well as a director. It is easy to see how he got Woody Allen to appear in his film because the story could be by Woody Allen himself and the figure Allen plays sounds as familiar as it can be. Even the Jewish neighborhood fits very well. The movie starts out with no waste of time as a Woody Allen-style comedy without overdoing it. Allen coaxes Turturro, who works in a flower shop to become a hired lover for rich middle aged ladies. They share the money he gets and Allen spends it for the black! family he lives with. This partnership works out pretty fast and quite successful. But then the story does a sudden turn into deeper emotions when Allen connects him with the widow Avigal who is a devoted Jewess who after two years still mourns her dead husband... Although many scenes begin as a comedy some end on a very touching note. John Turturro knows when it is best to let the audience guess what will come next. Although a bit of a fairy tale story he never completely leaves the bounds of reality, especially in the end of the film. I left the theater with a smile. (seen at the Viennale - Vienna International Film Festival) --IMBD.com

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James Kalomiris, The Peripatetic Reader
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A John Turturro Movie in Name Only
Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2017
Imitation is the highest form of flattery. There is barely a difference between this film and a Woody Allen film. That is a good thing. If you like any of Woody Allen’s many fine movies, you’ll like this one. This movie was included among the movie trailers... See more
Imitation is the highest form of flattery. There is barely a difference between this film and a Woody Allen film. That is a good thing. If you like any of Woody Allen’s many fine movies, you’ll like this one.

This movie was included among the movie trailers before the main attraction of the DVD begins. My interest was drawn immediately when Woody Allen appeared in the first few moments. I concluded after a short that this was a Woody Allen film, but I was darned if I could recall this one. Then the trailer advertises, “A film by John Turturro, ....” What? John Turturro wrote and directed this movie.

Don’t be fooled, though. It may say, “by John Turturro,” but it appears to me that Woody Allen was the indirect, if not guiding, inspiration of this funny romp.

This is not a bad thing. You won’t be wasting time watching this movie. The acting is good, good plot, Turturro is a decent director.

It also has all the hallmarks of a Woody Allen film:

A neebish main character.

Upscale New York setting.

A plot containing elements of sexual intrigue.

Puckish, smart, witty dialogue.

The most important give-away: length of the movie. This movie is 90 minutes long. I would say that 95 percent or more of Woody’s films are 90 minutes, no more, no less, like this one.

Woody Allen shines in this film. John Turturro wrote his character as a withdrawn, sullen, retiring character, who Allen is trying to motivate into a three-some. Thus, the spotlight is always on Woody Allen, if not because his character has more personality. Allen and John Turturro are like salt and pepper and there is an odd chemistry to their on-screen personas.

All in all, a good, watchable, enjoyable movie.
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TIME TO VENTURE OUT IN THE WORLD@
Reviewed in the United States on March 4, 2018
a very well written made romantic comedy by woody allen which he also starred in , he played Murray, the bookstore owner that has to sell his store because of the new technology, people don''t buy rare old books anymore and he has 1 employee, name fioravante, that... See more
a very well written made romantic comedy by woody allen which he also starred in ,
he played Murray, the bookstore owner that has to sell his store because of the new technology,
people don''t buy rare old books anymore and he has 1 employee, name fioravante, that he has know since he tried to rib thge bookstore when he was a kid, now , that things are changing for the both of them, murray has a family he needs to feed with four kids and a wife, that still works,
but fioravante is single and no mouths to feed, so they need to get some kind of a job, murray comes up with a idea, weird and not something many people would do anymore, and his dermatologist(Sharon Stone) out of the blue ask about a 3 some and did he know anyone that would be interested murray and his friend out of work, oh yeah, i know someone , he tells her, so he brings the idea up to fioravante and he wants to think about it, he has a part time job already at a flower shop twice a week a $1000 extra a week, he could put his ego aside maybe,
he starts to do this and it all goes well as far as the threesome, well Sharon wants to try just him first and go from there
it goes ok, she talks to her friend (Sofia vergara) Its a funny story and the Amish get involved, anyway, its worth the watch and its really funny
and it all ends well thats the point for sofia and Sharon, well Murray, he is not ready to stop !
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Ellene
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I love this film
Reviewed in the United States on April 5, 2020
What do I love about this film? 1. the fabulous and memorable jazz music, 2. the original and quirky premise of the plot (men resorting to sex work in a downturn economy), 3. the fascinating glimpses of how constricting life can be for a woman in an... See more
What do I love about this film?
1. the fabulous and memorable jazz music,
2. the original and quirky premise of the plot (men resorting to sex work in a downturn economy),
3. the fascinating glimpses of how constricting life can be for a woman in an ultra-Orthodox Jewish community,
4. the moment when Vanessa Paradis quietly, modestly speaks truth to patriarchal power,
5. the humanity, decency, and sensitivity of Turturro''s character,
6. the biracial relationship of Woody Allen''s character and his wife Othella, and his affectionate fathering as "Papa Mo," who explains the definition of words like "ensorcelled" to his young step-sons,
7. the lice sub-plot
8. the humor that grows organically out of the plot
9. the ending--which is not predictable and which illustrates the theme that "Where there is love, there is pain."
10. the gritty sense of NYC evoked in the film.

In my opinion, it''s a perfect film: startlingly original and full of charm and decency.
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David E. Baldwin
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This Gigolo Hits a Homrun
Reviewed in the United States on August 31, 2014
Actor John Turturro''s directorial debut "Romance and Cigarettes" showed a lot of promise but to me smacked of watered down Coen Brothers. Ironically this film bears the influence of Woody Allen, who is brilliant as Turturro''s co-star here, but has enough originality to... See more
Actor John Turturro''s directorial debut "Romance and Cigarettes" showed a lot of promise but to me smacked of watered down Coen Brothers. Ironically this film bears the influence of Woody Allen, who is brilliant as Turturro''s co-star here, but has enough originality to stand on its own. Between the laugh out loud moments like Allen''s character being dragged before an Orthodox Jewish tribunal or the Hasidic Jew played by Liev Schreiber who never heard of "The Godfather" there are moments of great poignance which give the film resonance. For instance Turturro''s Fioravante truly loves women and only takes up the world''s oldest profession out of necessity and has real misgivings about what he is doing. The film also demonstrates a side of New York that even Allen in his countless endeavors hadn''t uncovered. Additionally the film is rich in characterization none more than the turn by Johnny Depp''s former girlfriend Vanessa Paradis as a young Jewish widow. Paradis has a fragile beauty that belies an inner strength and to me her performance should be noted at Oscar time. This film is a hit on all cylinders and I give it my unqualified recommendation.
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RB
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Charming, a revelation, and wonderful
Reviewed in the United States on January 31, 2016
I loved this, plain and simple. John Turturro is just wonderful. He is magic. The characters, the storyline...charming and lovely. A little sex, a lot of humor, some really touching drama, and Woody Allen. I thought I''d gotten past him a long time ago, yet here he was... See more
I loved this, plain and simple. John Turturro is just wonderful. He is magic. The characters, the storyline...charming and lovely. A little sex, a lot of humor, some really touching drama, and Woody Allen. I thought I''d gotten past him a long time ago, yet here he was playing a somewhat familiar character, but with a twist. The closing scene is so great. I found myself laughing out loud and talking to the Kindle. Sharon Stone was terrific as well, in a small but touching part.

If you are looking for a fast-paced joke-a-minute thing, this isn''t your movie. The loveliness is in the slow and charming pace. Watch it on a lazy Saturday night with your honey, and enjoy it.
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Louis Munoz
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great original writting
Reviewed in the United States on October 8, 2020
Not a big Woody Allen fan but have really enjoyed seeing John Turturro in, well, just about anything. Very well acted and directed by him as well. Very sublime piece that is entertaining on so many levels, you have to watch it more than once to really appreciate It. But,... See more
Not a big Woody Allen fan but have really enjoyed seeing John Turturro in, well, just about anything. Very well acted and directed by him as well. Very sublime piece that is entertaining on so many levels, you have to watch it more than once to really appreciate It. But, More than that though, it’s just a really well written original story and that’s very hard to find in Hollywood these days. Treat yourself and take a look.
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Little Woman
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
John Turturro Rocks as Lead Actor and Director - Where do I sign up?
Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2014
It was excellent. Interesting, funny, sad, entertaining, a roller coaster of emotions. well played. It''s not really a love story so I think men would enjoy this as well especially with Sharon Stone and Sofia Vergara in their very sexy and spicy rolls. Turturro is an... See more
It was excellent. Interesting, funny, sad, entertaining, a roller coaster of emotions. well played. It''s not really a love story so I think men would enjoy this as well especially with Sharon Stone and Sofia Vergara in their very sexy and spicy rolls. Turturro is an excellent director and well, Woody Allen was Woody Allen. As he says in the movie to Allen about pimping him out, "I''m not a beautiful man." But by the end of the movie his beauty evolved inside and out making him just about every woman''s dream guy. A true tale that beauty is truly in the eyes of the beholder. Only reason I didn''t give it 5 stars is that true love didn''t win out in the end (I''m a sucker for true love conquering all) because of the brainwashing belief systems put upon women in all societies, not just the one in the film. What a peaceful and harmonious world it could be if humans weren''t divided by religious belief systems. Take that out of the equation, keep the love, peace, humanity and kindness parts, and we''d all get along and even live happily ever after! John Lennon had it right... IMAGINE!
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Elton W. Spaulding
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A good, sensitive person with the right amount of misgivings ...
Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2015
I have never been a John Turturro fan & it was Woody Allen that got me to this in the theater. Woody was Woody but Turturro was a whole other character than I have ever seen him be. A good, sensitive person with the right amount of misgivings & unsureness about a new... See more
I have never been a John Turturro fan & it was Woody Allen that got me to this in the theater. Woody was Woody but Turturro was a whole other character than I have ever seen him be. A good, sensitive person with the right amount of misgivings & unsureness about a new venture but making you appreciate what he was going through and his affect on the people he is dealing with. I can only hope he makes more movies like this one.
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Philoctetes
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This could be the beginning of a beautiful relationship, between the three of us.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 21, 2020
This movie is absolutely charming. Written, directed and starring John Turturro, it''s virtually a two-hander because of the silent partner, so to speak. Woody Allen. You can find a very funny Q&A online in which Turturro talks to Stephen Colbert about courting, casting, and...See more
This movie is absolutely charming. Written, directed and starring John Turturro, it''s virtually a two-hander because of the silent partner, so to speak. Woody Allen. You can find a very funny Q&A online in which Turturro talks to Stephen Colbert about courting, casting, and collaborating with Woody on this movie. Allen evidently had a major influence. The film has something of the colour scheme, the patina, of Allen''s own A Rainy Day in New York (2019), a romantic soft light, a sort of warm autumnal glow. Both films also boast the presence of Liev Schreiber in supporting roles. The movie begins with Allen''s character, Murray, closing down a rare bookstore. Fioravante (Turturro) is on hand to help, and Murray proposes a business opportunity, lucrative for both of them. Fioravante will go from florist to gigolo, and satisfy the needs of Dr Parker, a sexually frustrated (and married) dermatologist, played by Sharon Stone. She and her girlfriend, Selima (Sofia Vergara) want to experiment a litttle, try a ''menage''. Turturro''s character is incredulous, but doesn''t take long to warm up to the idea. Success with Dr Parker, one on one, leads to further engagements. Matters become complicated when Murray tries to discreetly interest an hasidic widow, Avigal (Vanessa Paradis), in Fioravante''s capable hands. This attracts the prurient interest of neighbourly hasidic security (Schreiber), and then a reckoning is on the cards. I remember watching Kermode and Mayo talk about this, and Kermode, an Allen fan, was more than a little incredulous at this movie, calling it wish fulfilment, a male fantasy. Well, well, weeeel maybe, but maybe not. There are aspects that might cause the brow to furrow, such as Murray''s having a relationship with an African-American woman and her sons. There''s a charming scene in which Murray teaches Avigal''s oh-so-serious sons to play baseball with the black kids, while their mother has a tryst in the woods with Fioravante. The coda of this relationship is a bit abrupt and unexpected, but as they say in the film, where there''s love there''s pain. The outcome of the much anticipated MFF threesome is also a little bit fairytale-like (see for yourself). Fioravante''s success as a gigolo is, like his charisma, understated, and his inner conflict over what he and Murray are doing is quietly, and persuasively handled. Have you seen any of the Marvel movies? Stuff like Black Panther? Or the rehash of Batman as Batwoman? Playing to the social media gallery with overemphasis and crass superficiality, such as makes a film like Fading Gigolo a cause of celebration for its discretion and naturalistic emotion. And one can include the sex and nudity into that assessment. Sexy rather than vulgar. The major pleasure of this film is that it is, in effect, a Woody Allen genre film, one that, like the work of an admirer or a pupil, throws a refreshing new light on its hero''s oeuvre. The jazz is different, the hues are a little different, the humour is recognisable but still it''s like a variation on the theme. Allen is seen, by the camera, he is regarded differently, and his acting presents itself as a departure from the norm, not far from it but still, enough to make it interesting. Fading Gigolo is funny. It''s amusing. It''s touching, it''s tender, and scenes like the baseball game, the date-experiences with Fioravante, the abduction and rabbinical court, and finally in the café at the end, it is wholly unexpected, and not at all, NOT AT ALL, like the multiplex cartoon crapola that is clogging the arteries of cinema today. Recommended. It is a pleasure.
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Thespionic
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A Very Underrated Film and Typically Woody Allen
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 8, 2015
This is not one of the highest rating ‘Woody’ films, but as is the case many times, it is still immensely enjoyable. Woody only has an acting role in this picture but he is still typically ‘Woody,’ even if he has to tone down his one liners for a change. His role and...See more
This is not one of the highest rating ‘Woody’ films, but as is the case many times, it is still immensely enjoyable. Woody only has an acting role in this picture but he is still typically ‘Woody,’ even if he has to tone down his one liners for a change. His role and acting, as is Turturro’s, is first class and will not disappoint you. This is a very soft film considering the title! This is not a hot sex film. It is subtle and understanding. The relationship between the roles that Allen & Turturro play is classic buddies stuff, almost Father & Son The dames here are red hot, Sharon still looks great believe you me! The quality of acting from all the cast is very high. In some ways this is a Woody Allen film. We have: the relationship, New York City, the Jewish connection, the night club with singer, the jazz sound track? I also learned a lot about the ‘Shomvim,’ which I had no idea about – even in London? Again, a much underrated film, but a very pleasant viewing experience. Don’t be put off buying this by its apathetic response; it’s far better than that. All Woody fans will definitely enjoy this.
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2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
of course it will involve dozens of beautiful girls just wanting to get into bed with the ...
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 26, 2015
I must get around to it - writing a screenplay that is: of course it will involve dozens of beautiful girls just wanting to get into bed with the main protagonist - and, naturally, that person has to be played by me - now what can I do for a...See more
I must get around to it - writing a screenplay that is: of course it will involve dozens of beautiful girls just wanting to get into bed with the main protagonist - and, naturally, that person has to be played by me - now what can I do for a story................................. The two stars are for Woody Allen - a genius film maker - he must be a very close friend of Turturro to be prepared to involve himself in this venture - whilst there is a nice little message at the end, it is predicated on the most improbable of scenarios that should be put on a par with the Peter Sellers film ''Being There'' and the last fifteen minutes of ''Fail Safe'' as tempting the suspension of disbelief to do more than a little sagging.
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B. L. Smith
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woody''s usual
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 19, 2019
cant help liking woody;s films this is no exception
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This a fun film to watch very funny great to watch
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