'Youth' Offers Strikingly Beautiful Scenes, but Leaves No Lasting Impression

With a stellar cast and a long list of serious themes, ‘Youth’ makes for an enjoyable viewing, but fails to make a deeply significant statement.

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In the amusing opening scene of “Youth,” Italian director Paolo Sorrentino’s English-speaking movie, an embarrassed representative of the British monarchy (Alex Macqueen) meets with the acclaimed composer and...