DIANNE BUTLER OUT OF THE BOX
THERE’S a car crash right at the start — you’ll see this coming — and Joe (Colin Firth) packs up the family and they move to Genova in Italy. It’s meant to be for a year, but we’ll see. He may be mad with grief, but you can’t blame him, after all that snow and grey in England. Plus he’s got a teaching job to go to. Kelly, one of the kids, is a teenager who gets leered at a lot. This is a small, personal, quiet film, several years old now, about grieving and pain and love, nicely acted, with gorgeous locations, directed by British filmmaker Michael Winterbottom.