In an attempt to help his friend with his impotence, Jaime sets up two friends together. But after the failure, he comes in to help. What first appeared to be just a sexual experience evolves to a full romantic relationship of 3 people.
- Stars:Adriana Ugarte, Biel Duran, Nilo Mur, Cristian Magaloni, Pepa Pedroche, Alfonso Torregrosa, Álvaro Aguilar, Patricia Plaza, Adán Rodríguez, Isabel Requena, Fernando Ripoll, Patricia Teruel, Sergio Valiente, Diego Braguinsky, Javier Aguayo,
- Director:Salvador García Ruiz,
- Writer:Almudena Grandes (novel), Enrique Urbizu (screenplay)
An art student surprises his classmate and fellow artist by keeping the portrait he has painted of her when she believed she would own it after it was completed. The surprising turn of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: A well done graffiti doc. I have watched a bunch of these and this one offers everything you want. It touches on everthing that is important and even goes accross the globe. I doesn't take a PBS approach and is for people that are a little familiar to the sub-culture.
(gb) wrote: Alexandra Maria Lara was charming, but it was not enough to save this tragically sloppy film. It was absolutely torpedoed by the retched and predictable performance of Neve Campbell. Yes, she plays the same kvetching, angst filled character as she did in the Scream movies, Wild Things, Drowning Mona and pretty much every other role she's taken. Type cast or just a one dimensional actor? Either way, it sucked the life out of what could have been at least a quaint movie.
(it) wrote: Prepare yourself for more twisted tales of the supernatural in FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE, another chilling omnibus feature from the makers of THE HOUSE THAT DRIPPED BLOOD and TALES FROM THE CRYPT! Peter Cushing stars as an unassuming antiques dealer whose wares each carry with them a horrible curse. "The Gate Crasher" involves a bloodthirsty spirit that commands its new owner to kill so that it may regain new life. An unhappily married man finds new love in a street beggar's daughter, only to find that she carries a dark secret of her own in "An Act of Kindness." Ian Carmichael plays the unfortunate sap who is haunted by a mischievous demon known as "The Elemental." We end with "The Door," where a writer must fight off the malevolent spirit that lives behind his newly-installed doorway... to hell! FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE holds up to the high standards put forth by Amicus in their earlier releases, with devlish performances by the entire cast. Among them, David Warner provides one of his darkest roles as Edward in "The Gate Crasher," and Margaret Leighton is wonderfully kooky in "The Elemental." Donald Pleasence and daughter Angela are also delightfully devious in "An Act of Kindness." The wraparound story featuring Peter Cushing ties things up neatly, and allows the hinted moral consequence needed for each ironic ending. The creepy atmosphere hits its peak in the final tale, when William encounters the vampirish ghost within his deathly tomb. With modest special effects and keen writing to match, FROM BEYOND THE GRAVE trails just shortly behind Amicus' other winning pictures. -Carl ManesI Like Horror Movies
(ca) wrote: A bit far fetched, but a fun action comedy. A bit too long.
(es) wrote: an entertaining procedure police film noir film
(us) wrote: It's beautiful, this is modern day circus. The performance of everyone was stunning, the costume, and the creativity in this is crazy. Your imagination will be running wild when you see this movie. But, there's some scene that i found not quite entertaining. Other than that it's like a vacation for your imagination.