Set in Argentina in 1965, the story follows the tumultuous relationship between two men who became lovers and ultimately ruthless bank robbers in a notoriously famous footnote in the annals of crime history. After a large-scale hold-up that turns bloody, the two men must flee. It is not long before the police are surrounding the building they are in and they must confront their demons to survive.
- Stars:Leonardo Sbaraglia, Eduardo Noriega, Pablo Echarri, Leticia Brédice, Ricardo Bartis, Dolores Fonzi, Carlos Roffé, Daniel Valenzuela, Héctor Alterio, Claudio Rissi, Luis Ziembrowski, Harry Havilio, Roberto Vallejos, Adriana Varela, Ángel Alves,
- Country:Argentina, Spain, Uruguay
- Director:Marcelo Piñeyro,
- Writer:Marcelo Figueras, Ricardo Piglia (novel), Marcelo Piñeyro
Nene & Angel and their accomplice Cuervo participate in a botched bank robbery in 1965 Buenos Aires, then hide out from the police in Uruguay while the gang breaks down. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Description sounds a lot more interesting than it is.
(de) wrote: This movie sucks, the camera moves constantly, it looks like a bootleg movie, horrible filming. I'm glad I rented for $1.30 but I think I still paid too much.
(br) wrote: This movie took a long time to get around to the point, but the ending was sweet.
(mx) wrote: Not sure what to think. Dark. Gloomy, Obsessive behaviour. Violence against women. Thunder and rain.
(fr) wrote: Pretty good. Not great but not bad
(nl) wrote: The even more sarcastic, Canadian version of Office Space, delightful, but also goes to real issues of the stifling nature of the misnamed middle-class office work.
(jp) wrote: long but, very enterteining
(fr) wrote: A funny film! Especially with Tim Allen and Martin Short.
(nl) wrote: Very well made. It is like captured life the whole of it. The performances are amazing. Frank is a great character. Nicolas Winding Refn really shows what he is capable with this film. He is truly talented.
(mx) wrote: adding based on Joe Bob Briggs' recommendation
(ag) wrote: this was okay, but not memorable
(es) wrote: very awkward movie...