Chaotic Ana

Chaotic Ana

The teenager artist Ana is raised in Ibiza by her German father Klaus in a naturalist lifestyle in a cave. One day, she meets a woman called Justine that invites Ana to move to Madrid, offering education and economical support, to live in an old house with other artists having classes of Arts and with the only commitment of studying. Ana befriends her mate Linda (Bebe) and falls in love for the problematic Said, having her first sexual experience with him. After a period together, Said leaves Ana, and then she is hypnotized by Anglo, discovering her past lives and deaths.

A countdown, 10, 9, 8, 7... until 0, like in hypnosis, through which Ana proves that she does not live alone. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Daniel C (mx) wrote: An absurd farce (and loving homage to) the gangster genre, complete with ample doses of surrealism and existentialism. It's totally off-the-wall, but it works.

Tim M (jp) wrote: Banderas and Strong are rival kings in the desert. A Texan makes the mistake of paying for oil under land that belongs to no one. Finally, a war breaks out. Sort of an Arabian "There Will be Blood" A half hour too long, great direction from Annaud (Enemy at the Gates, Seven Years in Tibet).

Tanvir M (ca) wrote: Even seven years' after its release, this is relevant and more so now that the popular outrage against the 1% seems to be peaking. Quite a number of documentaries have attempted to look at the causes and consequences of the global financial crisis, but Moore injects hope into that discussion by looking at the necessity and value of citizens' collective action. This is entertaining and thought provoking for most of the time, but Moore in front of the camera can be cringe worthy, while letting his ego get the better of him, though it's all for the cause. Highly recommended. Now off to watching his latest.

Maryam T (es) wrote: I loved this movie.Basically, because it is very touching. The acting was awesome. The directing was wonderful. I actually liked the fact that it has no songs. Songs don't fit these types of movies. Unless they're about the same subject, of course.I strongly recommend this movie.

SV G (kr) wrote: A very endearing story of a young English War Bride during WWII who comes to rural Canada with her baby daughter to live with her husband's less than friendly mother & sister while he is still at war. Lovely and often heart wrenching performances that in the end is about enduring love and the importance of family. Enjoyable film.

Charles P (kr) wrote: InnerSpace is a wild, preposterous, entertaining movie, largely because of how relentlessly wacky the story is.

Richard D (es) wrote: In "Before Sunrise", Ethan Hawke and Julie Deply play a couple of young adults who meet in Vienna, share a deep connection and a night together before departing and promising to meet each other back in Vienna in 6 months. It's a remarkable film that celebrates the deep connections between people that can form very quickly sometimes, and celebrates the art of dialogue and talking in films. "Before Sunset" reunites the couple 9 years later in Paris. Hawke has written a book about their night together in the first film, and at a book signing in Paris, he meets Delpy again. This is a very good sequel. It has all of the virtues of the first film, but it also deepens them by dealing with characters who are older and have new situations to confront. Both characters have more commitments now, and have encountered some of life's important compromises and disappointments, so their passion for each other is a bit tempered by an increased dose of reality.

Timothy C (it) wrote: It Kinda Sucked With The Voice Over But Its An Old Movie Bad Special Effects And No CG So What You Expect

Allan C (ca) wrote: Reliable director Phil Karlson knocks out another tough solid noir about an ex-boxer, now cabbie, who is framed for the murder of his wife and tries to find the real murderer while on the run from the cops.