In Mexico City, late teen friends Tenoch Iturbide and Julio Zapata and Luisa Cortés, an attractive twenty-something woman embark on a road trip and learn a thing or two about life, friendship, sex, and each other. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
And Your Mother Too
In Mexico, two teenage boys and an attractive older woman embark on a road trip and learn a thing or two about life, friendship, sex, and each other.
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Michael L (es) wrote: TO DIE LIKE A MAN is a truly stunning and remarkable film. Sad, flamboyant, tortuous, and celebratory. This amazing film directed by Joao Pedro Rodrigues surprises at every turn with its raw capature of humanity. The plight of man and our complexity is in every frame of this film. Stunned is my only reaction. And there is one staggering moment when the characters all sit still in a forest, look up a the sky, the frame turns red, and Baby Dee sings CALVARY for 4 minutes on the soundtrack. One of the greatest uses of a song since Eastwood used the FIRST TIME EVER I SAW HIS FACE in PLAY MISTY FOR ME. But this is even better because the moment is part of a true whole that explores the human condition in all its coplexity while remaining totally cinematic.
Sabine R (it) wrote: great cast and music!
Chad C (br) wrote: I liked this movie, a lot. Apart from some awful acting and sound effects, this movie is very good. The story is fantastic and the visual of a naked, blood covered boy walking Jason Vorhees style through the woods in the middle of the day is chilling. The contrast of the red blood against the green woods is very sharp. Yes there are some plot holes and again the acting is sub-par, but on a budget of 70-some thousand, you cant really expect an all around winner. The gore effects, creepiness, and story all kept this movie together. I can't imagine how much better this movie could have been with some polish and a few extra dollars pumped into it.
Eric J (jp) wrote: From the makers of "Fourth World War," this film inspires me to take action.
Jake P (au) wrote: Having a brother-in-law from Oregon who gave me Steve Prefontaine's back story, when I literally knew nothing about him prior, created a great interest in me to see the film. And although I found it to be textbook I also found it to be affective & entertaining. I give all the performances high praise.
Sam C (gb) wrote: A remake of the French serial "Les Vampires" is the backdrop for a film which mainly focuses around the turmoil of filmmaking, as well as a meditation on the (then) current French cinema. Imagine Living in Oblivion spliced with . . . uh I don't know, France.
alex f (gb) wrote: some flashes of truly bad acting, but a nice bit of northern culture that I don't mind watching once every 10 years.
Jon H (gb) wrote: This was such a great movie
Paul E (ag) wrote: Beautifully eerie at times, with echoes of Lovecraft - think Dagon / Shadow Over Innsmouth / Call of Cthulhu. Highly atmospheric, Dark Waters is flawed (the story is muddled) but is still perfect midnight viewing. The blind nuns and painter remind me of something out of a Lucio Fulci flick, the visuals are as arresting as anything Argento has done. This won't be for everyone - the pace will put a lot of people off - but stick with it, and lose yourself in the grim, gothic atmosphere.
Everett W (de) wrote: Franco does a slasher and yes it's ludicrous in the extreme. Bloody Moon is silly fun from veteran sleaze maestro Jess Franco and it is easy to see why the DPP got their silly knickers in a twist, this pushed all the buttons, incest, blood on breasts, power tools, a child ran over by a classic car it has all the essential ingredients that annoy the censorious. But fans of 80's slasher movies or giallo pics will get a lot of enjoyment from this German film from the Spanish legend Bloody Moon is a Bloody Treat.
jay n (fr) wrote: Beautiful to look at, not just the scenery but the art direction as well but overlong and somewhat ponderous. Director Polanski's silent tribute to his late wife Sharon Tate at the end of the opening credits with a simple "To Sharon" after his credit is quite moving. She had left the Hardy novel with a note that she thought he would make a fine film of it when she headed back to the states just before her death.