This 1973 Itailan / English dubbed tear-jerker classic was very popular at the cinema in it's heyday particually when released as a double bill with the other classic Italian/English dubbed movie 'Last Feelings' in 1978. Starring Renato Cestie as Luca - a young boy who longs for love and attention from his widower father Roberto (Bekim Fehmiu) who is preoccupied with work and his secret new girlfriend Veronica (Augusta Belli). After meeting and getting to accept Veronica while the three are on holiday, Luca then persuades his father to go on a skiing holiday with him alone to catch 'The Last Snows of Spring'. Whilst skiing Luca collapses and is diagnosed with Leaukemia and only a very short time left to live. His Father is racked with guilt of the neglect of his son and does his best to make it up to Luca before he dies.
This is a great video-to-dvd transfer and the picture quality is roughly 8/10, so not at all bad for a film dating back to 1973!
NB: The picture quality is exactly the same as the Video Gems vhs release. This film was dubbed in 1973 into English for the cinema release. Any sound issues are on the original film and not a result of transferring to dvd.
As this hasn't been available on dvd in the UK before, this is your chance to own a fantastic weepy at a bargain price! Comes with glossy artwork cover at a price which includes postage & packing too! Grab a bargain!
Apologies for the lateness of my reply but I have been out all afternoon and have only just returned. Yes, of course you may pay me by Paypal. I have it enabled as a payment option and all you need do to opt for Paypal in checkout when you reach that stage. I hope that helps.
It isn't letting me pick PayPal as an option at checkout, sorry.
28 Mar 2013 07:57:18
Answer from Seller:
As I know for a fact that Paypal is a payment option in this listing, I think the problem may be that (if as I suspect you are a relatively new member of CQOut) your Paypal account isn't verified with CQOut. If it isn't, CQOut won't allow you to pay via Paypal. I hope that points you in the right direction. If not, try emailing CQOut to find out what the problem is, as I have received payment via Paypal for this title in the past without any problems.