In Curuguazu, located in the Argentinian countryside, seventeen year-old Daniel Montero has been raised by his grandmother for three years since the death of his parents in a car accident. Daniel has a boring life, working in a poultry processing plant and meeting his friends in the square to make small talk. He saves some money from his salary and buys an old television, where he watches late night porn shows of Sabrina Love.
Writer:Alejandro Agresti (screenplay), Pedro Mairal (novel)
In Curuguazu, located in the Argentinian countryside, seventeen year-old Daniel Montero has been raised by his grandmother for three years since the death of his parents in a car accident. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Ben L (fr) wrote: It's called A Cat in Paris, but it really isn't about the cat at all. This is an animated film that puts its characters front and center. It's a wonderful little film.
James O (ru) wrote: It seems that whenever Goblin and Dario Argento do a movie, they make cinematic gold. Deep Red, Suspiria, Tenebrae, Phenomena, and more were all great. Now, it's Sleepless. The title refers to a nursery rhyme about a farmer who can't sleep because he thinks animals are his enemies, so he goes out and kills a lot of animals so he can rest. How the farmer kills the animals is what the murderer is basing his methods of dispatching victims on. The opening murder was truly suspenseful and haunting due to Goblin's amazing score that lingers over the entire film and sets just the right mood. Once you find out the killer's motives, they're truly insane and actually kind of frightening. The kills are all very brutal, especially a scene where a woman's head is being smashed against a wall. So far, it's the best recent Argento movie, and it's a step above Do You Like Hithcock?, Trauma, and Mother of Tears (I have yet to see The Card Player). So set aside all doubts about the quality of this one because it's Dario's best film since Opera and truly shows why he IS the Italian Hitchcock.
Tyler S (nl) wrote: Possibly the start of the Snipes non Blade decline, this is your typical who did it murder movie that surrounds politics in the white house. I liked the start of the movie. It had a very interesting premise and idea and left you intrigued. Then the movie just kind of flatlined and failed to deliver on what stated out as promising. I did like Diane Lane here.
Nicki M (au) wrote: Trashy fun. I don't really remember seeing Elvira on TV, but she's funny here. It is not a good movie by any stretch of the imagination, but it's very 80's, which is a plus, and I found it entertaining enough.
Paul M (ag) wrote: Not really a slasher Santa flick, more an intriguing, far more psychological analysis of depression and psychosis. An unsual film, but clearly a strong filmmaking voice behind it.
Pierluigi P (jp) wrote: Preston Sturges knows that every joke has a victim and decidedly makes him go through the hardships of poverty and anonymity for our own amusement. The chemistry between Joel McCrea and Veronica Lake is the heart of this hilarious and life affirming meta-cinematic exercise.