The most beautiful years. How illness changed my life

Learning to jump over the obstacles on his horse has taught Giacomo that life must be faced with courage and determination. Thus, when only 18 years old receives the diagnosis of cancer, he decides that it can become an opportunity to transform his existence.

Running Time
43 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
Livia Parisi
Livia Parisi
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «The most beautiful years. How illness changed my life» (19)

Stephanie Dean avatar
Stephanie Dean

This was a really great film. I was hesitant to see it because the leading role but I am glad I did.

Samantha Mendez avatar
Samantha Mendez

Saw the movie.. again and again. Besides the fact that the script is great, the actors are at their best.

Pamela G. avatar
Pamela G.

First, let me start by saying that I am a huge Livia Parisi fan. This movie was worth every penny I spent on it

Gregory Roberts avatar
Gregory Roberts

One of the best movies for Documentary lovers

Helen P. avatar
Helen P.

I was entertained. This movie is simply a well structured, interesting and remarkably smart movie.

Christine S. avatar
Christine S.

New creation of Livia Parisi. His films are waiting with a special look, because it offers something that every day, unfortunately, less and less can be found in the world of mass cinema - an interesting spectacle, filled with meaning, ideas and emotions.

Jane avatar

Turned out to be a really good movie. I enjoyed it.

Jeremy Ford avatar
Jeremy Ford

When I first saw this movie, I had this rare feeling like entering another world with my whole body and mind from beginning till the end.

Olivia avatar

Loved it! Loved it! Loved it! Definitely worth your while!

Jean Silva avatar
Jean Silva

Exciting and a great movie.

Carolyn Sandoval avatar
Carolyn Sandoval

Great movie! Totally unexpected and gets a little more serious than I thought it would from title picture.