Sofia Milos is a revelation and Jason Isaacs is charming in this 'sassy, sensual and charismatic romantic comedy (Movieline). A big-hearted adventure that is wildly passionate [with] seething sensuality, PASSIONADA features a cast of faces who are utterly spellbinding (Mike Szymanski, Tribune Media). When a widowed mother refuses to date even years after her husband's death, daughter Vicky sets out on a quest to find romance for her mom even if it means striking a deal with a handsome gambler whom no mother would ever approve!
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Unlikely romance is the subject of Passionada, an atmospheric piece just offbeat enough to be likable. Set in the flavorful Portuguese fishing community in New Bedford, the film offers two quirky lovers. The beautiful Sofia Milos plays a skeptical widow, sternly raising a teenage daughter (Emmy Rossum), who nevertheless shows her passionate side when she sings traditional Portuguese fado songs at night. Jason Isaacs, veteran of many villain roles ( The Patriot, Peter Pan), is a gambler new to town, who is suitably entranced by this lady's singing (though he must hide his profession if he wants a chance with her). The story has its rocky moments, but director Dan Ireland ( The Whole Wide World) lets the actors work up some winning chemistry together, and the sultry soundtrack helps; the fado singing is dubbed by Misia. This will go down easy for romance fans, and you know who you are. --Robert Horton
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