A hotel room in the center of Rome serves as the setting for Alba and Natasha, two young and recently acquainted women, to have a physical adventure that touches their very souls.
Probably the worst movie I've watched from Julio Medem. Room in Rome doesn't have such a powerful story. In spite of Medem's efforts in the script, it feels awkwardly artificial. The movie cutting is not good and the repetition of the same music is tiresome. Horrible, too, the opera singing dub lip done by Enrico Lo Verso. Not his fault but Medem's though. Also, by far, the worst performance I've watched from Elena Anaya. Natasha Yarovenko is, probably, the only thing to save in this movie.