Youth video review

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Clarisse Loughrey

Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel travel to the Swiss Alps for some soul-cleansing in Italian director Paolo Sorrentino’s Youth, but is the film a therapeutic emotional experience or will it leave you feeling cold? Here to offer a fresh take (plus an uncanny Michael Caine impression) is our resident video reviewer, Clarisse Loughrey.

Watch her review below and let us know your thoughts @LWLies. If you like the video be sure to follow @clarisselou and subscribe to our YouTube channel for more.

Published 9 Feb 2016

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