The late James Gandolfini stars as a bit of a charmer in new film Enough Said.
The Sopranos star is middle-aged divorcee Albert in his last leading role and the first to hit cinemas since the 51-year-old passed away earlier this year.
Enough Said, which also stars Toni Collette and Catherine Keener, follows two divorcees Albert and Eva, played by Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus. As the pair start falling for one another, Eva realises that Albert is her new friend’s ex-husband, and the couple’s fledgling relationship is put to the test…
Gandolfini, who found fame playing Tony Soprano in the hit HBO drama, will also appear in Animal Rescue alongside Tom Hardy and Noomi Rapace.
Enough Said is set for release in America in September. The film is awaiting a release date in the UK
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