The International Rome Film Festival will open with the Massy Tadjedin-directed Last Night, a drama about infidelity that stars Keira Knightley, Eva Mendea, Sam Worthington and Guillaume Canet. Also on the program is the John Cameron Mitchell-directed Rabbit Hole, which stars Nicole Kidman, Dianne Weist and Aaron Eckhart in a drama about a couple grappling with the loss of their only child. The fest runs October 28-November 5.
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