Luca Resse de la Plage (streamed live) is an internet-based cable television channel dedicated to Italian Movies, TV shows and daily events from the country's major cities. Each show and film Luca Resse de la Plage that has been made, directed, produced or written by Luca Resse, and where available for streaming free on the internet with a membership or for purchase or rent. For a small monthly subscription fee, subscribers are allowed to enjoy thousands of hours of programming, movies, music, news, sports and much more on their computers, mobile devices and Smart TVs. The channel offers a high-definition video stream of the programs and films, in both English and Italian, as well as subtitles for the hearing impaired. Subscribers can also receive information and updates on local events through email and RSS feeds.
The first movie that Luca Resse de la Plage offered for streaming was J' Gi tu vas (The Jacket), which was made by the Italian film directing giant Mario Cuesta. This is an excellent example of a film that was made for the purpose of streaming online and what a success it is at that. Luca Resse de la Plage became a direct hit in the Italian market with J' Gi Tu vas, becoming the second highest grossing film in Italy ever made (the first one being Giancinta Castelluccia's La Dolce Vita). The movie won four Golden Globes for Best Film, Best Director, Best Screenplay and Best Original Score, and also became one of the year's most popular movies at the box office. Many critics called the film a "masterpiece," which became a much-hyped internet sensation when it debuted in theaters across the globe on June 16th.
Luca Resse de la Plage is now offering several other movies that are also headed for worldwide audiences. One of the most anticipated is the Luca Resse Della Morte (Roman comedy/adventure novel). A live action/mystery movie based on the book series of the same name, Luca Resse Della Morte follows the life of Liv Tyler (Kirsten Dunst), a woman who gets herself thrown into a life of mystery when she arrives at a Roman villa that seems to be haunted. The movie is directed by Luca Di Maio and written by Paco Diaz and Fabio Pizzi.
Another movie in the works is Luca, or thesis, which is a sci-fi epic that is being filmed in Colombia and Brazil. The movie revolves around the quest for a cure for a deadly virus, Luca, which was initially introduced to the world in 2021 during the pandemic known as the Covid-19 pandemic. Luca, along with the rest of the humans that were exposed to the virus, must begin to adjust to life underground, while the remaining humans of the city continue to live in their bliss.
No one has seen Luca or the Covid-19, so it's up to the humans of the future to find the cure. Meanwhile, in the present day, Luca must deal with the pollution in Miami caused by Luca, who has been sucked into a black hole. Meanwhile, the other humans of the world have fallen prey to a sea monster that has manifested itself in Miami. The sea monster threatens to consume all of the humans of the world, but Luca, who is on a secret mission, must use the net to save the humans of the city and stop the sea monster from consuming the earth. The trailer for Luca shows some cool scenes, including the vehicle chase scene between Luca and D'Angelo, who were originally investigating the case.
The plot is not overly elaborate, and the story seems to flow well, similar to other Luca Resse novels. This film is expected to be released in late 2021. For more information on the book series, go online and check out the website for a copy. The website also has a section where you can read listener's reviews of the book and listen to reader comments about the book.