Amor prohibido

Amor prohibido

During a horse race, Ana, a happily married woman with a child, he met Captain Brown. Later, they meet again on a long train journey and inevitably love arises. Both try to forget each one on his own, however, things go more and more complicated, making it impossible to stop the situation.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:1958
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

During a horse race, Ana, a happily married woman with a child, he met Captain Brown. Later, they meet again on a long train journey and inevitably love arises. Both try to forget each one on his own, however, things go more and more complicated, making it impossible to stop the situation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Carlo Magno M (br) wrote: "Bebe Ko! " =) Sarah & John Llloyd still got it! Overall the movie is good but the better part of the movie was the last half right when went to NYC. In the first half, Sarah's character's fluffed up wig-like hair & fake valley girl American accent were both distracting. Glad that I can point out every single NYC locations used in the movie. Dante Rivero's character's post-mortum video speech towards the end was very moving & inspirational.

Leonardo Malacay S (fr) wrote: Mala pero entretenida en algunos momentos

Zandra E (jp) wrote: This isn't the worst Uwe Boll movie... but it is still pretty terrible. Bad pacing, but the plot is not as stupid as it could be considering again, that it is a Uwe Boll movie. LOL! Poor guy. Who keeps letting this poor smuck make a fool out of himself?!

Plesoianu M (br) wrote: hopeless, just hopeless, how could they fuck it up with better cast and bigger budget?

katherine j (au) wrote: Loved this movie, not only was it hilarious but Matthew was so sweet and charming I was rooting for them so much!

bill s (nl) wrote: I'm not the target audience but even they would strain to give merit to this lackluster comedy.

Ian L (br) wrote: Steven Seagal at his best before he became hamburglar .

Scott W (jp) wrote: Richard Attenborough steals the entire film with a tremendous performance as RSM Lauderdale.

Fred O (gb) wrote: RT has it wrong, this isn't a Broadway Production of Hamlet, the Royal Shakespeare Company, to my knowledge have never performed on Broadway. That being say, the modern dress style and the fact of NO AMERICAN PRODUCER INVOVLEMENT, helps his version of Hamlet stay true to its roots as opposed to some of the tripe we've seen of other modern dress attempts (ex: Romeo & Juliet)

Jacob S (gb) wrote: "I haven't cried yet..." *last 10 minutes* "Oh shit..." I was sobbing. Bette Davis is one of, if not the best, film actress of all time.