A puerta fría

A puerta fría

A retiring electronics salesman is desperately trying to sign a deal with a big client at an electronics show, when he meets a young girl. They form a bond and she tries help him to seal the deal.

A retiring electronics salesman is desperately trying to sign a deal with a big client at an electronics show, when he meets a young girl. They form a bond and she tries help him to seal the deal. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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A puerta fría torrent reviews

Bruno V (gb) wrote: Special conversations , bizar ones ...but charming movie !

J B (fr) wrote: I have not seen this let me know what you think.

Jalon H (mx) wrote: An acceptable transformers film. Grade c+

Andrew H (ag) wrote: Fantastic! Funny, clever and a fun idea!

Adam E (ca) wrote: An arrestingly told slice-of-life. Young "Ale" Polanco is a true natural.

Caesar B (de) wrote: Not as good as Barfly or Tales of Ordinary Madness, but still a worthy Bukowski adaptation. Dillon gives a low-key performance as an alcoholic womanizer who longs to be a published writer. Funny and true to life.

Jackson M (fr) wrote: Awesome Movie Hilarious

Ross H (es) wrote: Five stars doesn't mean it's perfect for every second of the running time, it just means that it's a film I can watch over and over again and be entertained by every single time. It's a class movie, track down a copy.

Kenny N (fr) wrote: Winona Ryder is always a delight, no matter what she's in. I remember some of her lines from this movie, even though I've forgotten most of this movie.

Grant S (jp) wrote: Reasonably good adaptation of the Alastair MacLean novel. Intriguiing plot, though once all is revealed, the action is fairly tedious. Main problem with the movie is the choice of lead actor - Charles Bronson gives his usual one-dimensional performance.

Piglitt W (br) wrote: The great animation mixed with classical music makes a near perfect film, it can show so much emotion with so little to show. Not exactly for children but it can be viewed by them, it's just that kids likely prefer a flowing narrative. I love though, and with out a doubt I'll see it many more times in the future.