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Welcome Home is a drama thriller film also known as The Getaway and directed by George Ratliff, starring Aaron Paul and Emily Ratajkowski as a couple attempting to solve their personal problems with a romantic trip to Italy. Riccardo Scamarcio appears in a supporting role as Federico. Casting of Paul and Ratajkowski was announced in April Bryan and Cassie are a couple who decide to stay in a house in Umbria. They are trying to mend their relationship, after Cassie was caught having drunken sex with a coworker. Since then, Bryan has become impotent. Cassie goes out for a run, and falls down and injures her ankle. She flags down a passing truck, and an Italian named Federico stops and helps her. He gives her a ride back, and then offers to give them a ride to town the next day. They agree, and spend an awkward ride there the next day.
He's an eloquent, charming, faintly sinister man who, as Bryan points out, seems to magically appear in their lives at moments of crisis. The movie fills in the details of Cassie's betrayal in a series of flash cuts synced up with Bryan's moments of anguish. The otherwise appealing Ratajkowski is a bit vague in certain scenes, and she seems so sweet and loving that it's hard to square Cassie's demeanor with her indiscretion, even after the script has spelled it out for us. Paul gives Bryan an arrogant, self-loathing, resentful edge that makes him into something more than a tortured boyfriend and hints at why Cassie cheated ; he's particularly good in scenes where Bryan takes a hard look at his own weaknesses. Scamarcio has the trickiest role, and he doesn't disappoint.