A Bolivian immigrant working illegally as a cook in a small restaurant in Buenos Aires suffers abuse and discrimination from its customers.
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Ben C (jp) wrote: Absolutely incredible movie, at first you think Andrew's character is just really cheesy and it is hard to really take him seriously, but soon you realize you are wrong just like everyone else in the movie. Great cast, acting, plot, story line. You don't see movies like this too often.
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Benjamin T (ru) wrote: Wouldn't really say that this is a "horror" movie, although yes some of the acts which were taking place were horrible. The movie seemed to finish too quickly for me, and whilst I did watch it late at night when I was slightly tired - I didn't exactly "click" and am still a little confused as to what the "twist" was. Maybe someone can help me out?
Rick R (br) wrote: Sakuran (2006)This Japanese movie is not yet available on DVD here in the U.S. and is often compared to Memoirs of a Geisha (2005). I personally feel that Sakuran is a lot better movie. Perhaps director Mika Ninagawa's amazing visuals are due to the story being based on the Manga, versus Memoirs' being based on the novel.Also, Anna Tsuchiya's character Kiyoha, is a loud-mouthed broad that isn't afraid to tell you what she thinks of you, versus the typical female-playing-victim that we get here in American chick-flicks. Not that she doesn't get her fair share of abuse from the men she meets. She can dish it out as well as she takes it.The movie also is romantic and even a little sentimental. I didn't fully appreciate the more modern mix of music in the soundtrack. It really didn't fit the movie well and was slightly distracting. But, other than that it was an excellent movie and I highly recommend it.
Andrey S (br) wrote: got some funny jokes
Tristan G (ru) wrote: Pretty harrowing when it comes to traditional narrative boundaries, and nearly unwatchable in it's graphic sexual and violent content, but it's a work of twisted mad genius even if the genius part may not seem to exist. It's an effective film and definitely one that will make you want to shower afterward. It's worth seeing. I especially appreciated the film-noir elements.
Thomas P (jp) wrote: Cute, but that's it. It has not aged well, but was a huge fave when I saw it in the theatre as a kid.Simple and not emotionally involving, this worked in the 70s bc we only had a few broadcast stations on tv and no vcr - we had to go too the movie theatre!No redbox, no dvd, and no vhs tapes.With such sophisticated kids movies, this gets lost in the shuffle.The only kids movie from my youth that was simple and still rings true emotionally was the original Where The Red Fern Grows.Leave this one at the library.I wish I did..lol2.5 out of 5
Guy G (it) wrote: [B+/85] Understated, tight, and smart thriller that is quite effective at evoking eeriness and a subtle mounting terror. Very classy for its time, and still palpably scary. There is a playfulness and intelligence here that is reminiscent of something like The Wicker Man, and the kind of confident restraint that does credit to any good horror yarn. The initial creative intent, pitting cold skeptical reason against the baleful forces of magic in an originally ambiguous vehicle of suspense, is somewhat unnecessarily damaged through the notorious visual inclusion of the famous demon. This skews the narrative towards a blatant 'reality' of the demonic, while boiling things down to monster-movie genre. But the demon is not altogether ineffective, particularly in slowly rising long-range shots, where it achieves a creepiness and nightmarish disquiet. In any case, it's the competent direction, sinister visuals, and solid acting that make this movie well worthwhile. More proof that flagrant gore and shocking tortures are merely peripheral, and definitely arbitrary, devices of the true horror experience.
Private U (ru) wrote: Effective immediately!
Judge L (us) wrote: Thought this was so funny when I was a kid. Still has some fun parts, but it has not aged well.
Jacob B (ag) wrote: Although the pacing is off at times and Willem Dafoe has not nearly as much screen time as he should, the Jack Ryan series continues with visceral action, solid performances and is, in general, a very grounded movie.B