I couldn’t help but cringe at the notion of a reunion project between director Sergio Castellitto (see final pic below) and muse Penelope Cruz – but then again, anything can top the dismal, 2004 relationship drama Don’t Move. Expectations are indeed low for Twice Born – as it appears to be a big reveal in the final 15 minutes type of flashback-forward sort of drama, but it has got Emile Hirsch and Cruz going for it. Not sure if this has a better chance at being on the Lido, but this Euro-centric film focuses on Gemma (Cruz) leaves her comfortable apartment in Rome to visit Sarajevo with her son, Pietro. An exhibit commemorating the siege will include photographs by Pietro’s father, Diego (Hirsch). Sixteen years earlier, Gemma escaped the war-torn city with Pietro while Diego remained behind and later died. As she uses the visit to repair her difficult relationship with Pietro, she also confronts her past.