Arena en los bolsillos

Arena en los bolsillos

Ivan, Lionel, Jenny and Elena, four young teen from a neighborhood on the outskirts of Madrid, begin a journey towards the sea fleeing the misery around them. On the way you will find love and solidarity, everything that they have in their environment. In their wake they leave their signature on the walls ... a 'graffiti "is their hallmark.

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Mallory A (br) wrote: The okay-est okay movie ever made, ok.

Henry P (us) wrote: I(TM)m going to write across the county. At least, I(TM)m writing a review about a film about a man who decides to swim? across the county in The Swimmer. It opens with a surreal montage of forestry, and then enters Neddy Merrill (Burt Lancaster) who meets up with old friends. When Neddy sees a connection of the pools of his neighbors leading up to his house, he decides to swim? across the county. His kids(TM) former babysitter Juliane (Janet Landgard) calls it an adventure.? And she is absolutely right. What follows is not the action-adventure kind of adventure you see these days, but a simpler one with characters living out a somewhat realistic situation. Neddy is a relatable protagonist you feel like you grew up knowing, but is made unique by his boyish attitude. Along his river, the Lucinda River, he encounters old friends, who show mixed feelings towards seeing him again. This is obvious in one woman he meets, who was the mother of his friend. She owns the house, and she thinks low of him for not calling her son, his friend, in the hospital. The picture is great, with a clear-and-present 60s feel. It dates the movie in a good way, because today, you(TM)ll feel you(TM)ve gone back in time to the 1960s. Marvin Hamlisch provides a wonderful soundtrack, though there were some spaces where silence was not really necessary. The Swimmer is a deep, funny adventure, that feels dated yet timeless, from its relatable protagonist Neddy, to the side-characters he meets/reconnects with.

Andrew S (gb) wrote: Three twenty-something addicts fight to retain their sanity while locked in a rehabilitation center where the same day plays out time and again in this mind-bending thriller.

Thomas S (nl) wrote: I'm a guy but even I have a soft spot for this movie it's told well and that pie seen

Leonardo Malacay S (jp) wrote: Este tipo de pelculas que lo que hacen es dar testimonio me gustan, testimonio de idiosincrasia, que divertido ver nuestra latinidad expuesta

Cynthia C (kr) wrote: They are great ballet dancer! I love those girls' dances and I like the photos of them in the film!

Alex K (ag) wrote: My Favorite Film Is 1941's Citizen Kane.

Pavan R (jp) wrote: For a country where sports movies are rare...have a say a good effort....kickboxing and peace between countries..interesting concept...overall an entertaining movie with pretty good acting from all

Allison K (ag) wrote: I've been a bit picky with Tarantino's style in the past, but this one was pretty damn awesome. It combined his signature blend of cool, intense dialogue with a viciousness that I hadn't really seen before, not even in something as violent as Kill Bill. I would have loved to see a little more of Mr. White, as he seemed the most dynamic after Mr. Orange, but my God I was so impressed by this movie. It was smart, violent, evenly paced, and an all-around great viewing experience.

Harrison R (gb) wrote: Structurally brilliant, and the content is maybe the most important question ever

Stephen D (ru) wrote: Perhaps the worst film I've ever seen. Hard to believe it came out the same year as Star Wars. 0-

Jamie T (us) wrote: I enjoyed this, it does drag a but in the middle, but the last half hour is quality!!