This is the movie I have seen three or four times now. Diane Lane does what I think she does best in this film, embodying total vulnerability, fragility, self-deprecating humor, tenderness, and transformation. The scenes of Tuscany and particularly The Amalfi Coast are enough to get me to watch it again and again. And the food scenes! That long table with platter after platter of beautiful and enticing Italian dishes: the pastas, the vegetables, the beans, the meats, the wine! My god! I have to cook something delicious after every viewing!