The winner of four "Davids" — the Italian equivalent of the Oscars — including one for best film, Turkish-Italian director Ferzan Ozpetek's drama blends history and mystery into an entertaining, if slight, romance. Rome, 1943: As Nazis round up as many Roman Jews as they can lay their hands on, a young baker stabs his employer to death and disappears into the night. Sixty years later, a disoriented, handsomely dressed elderly man (Massimo Girotti) approaches a young married couple on a bridge over the Tiber. The gentleman has no idea who or where he is, and the young husband, Filippo (Filippo Nigro), offers to drive him to the nearest police station. The wait, howeve...