Films to Keep You Awake: The Baby's Room

Films to Keep You Awake: The Baby's Room

In Spain, the sports journalist Juan has a perfect life with his wife Sonia: they have just had a baby and moved to an old house that needs to be repaired in a fancy neighborhood. When Juan's sister and her husband visit the couple, they give them an electronic nanny to monitor the baby's room. During the night, Juan and Sonia hear voices in the room but they do not find anybody. On the next day, Juan hires an alarm system for the house and a monitor to observe the baby's room. When Juan sees a man in the room, he gets a knife to protect his son. However, Sonia believes her husband is insane and moves to her mother's house. Juan investigates the happening with the former journalist Domingo, who explains him the paradoxical experiment Schrodinger's Cat and the existence of parallel worlds. Further, he advises the obsessed Juan to leave the house otherwise could be trapped in another world.

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Alexander Z (gb) wrote: This documentary is a mess. It's all well and good to second-guess the pharmaceutical industry and the FDA and the problem with defining disease in this country, but at no point does this documentary actually explore whether these so-called questionable diseases are actually bunk. It attacks labeling, but it doesn't have any medical analysis to back up its claims. Instead, the filmmaker relies on blanket condemnatory statements, such as how much more money we spend on pills while not living longer than other countries, but that is not an analysis of the situation. That is just a statistic that can be twisted to mean anything. That ignores a whole host of other factors in our health system. Sadly, this is a poor attempt at bringing to light an important issue.Bottom line: There is a ton of bad research around female arousal. While attaching a name brings a stigma with it, much of these problems women experience can probably be traced to a societal repression of female sexuality, a repression that men do not experience. However, that does not mean that it isn't real for a small percentage of women. Sure, a lot of women may not know where the clitoris is, and some are getting duped by cosmetic vagina surgery, but what about those who legitimately need sex therapy? A pill may not be the answer, but people to provide information and support are never a bad idea. Women need to know about their bodies, they need to be able to communicate to their partners how they like to be aroused, and there needs to be a system in place to deal with helping women feel comfortable with their bodies and sexual response. There is no single way to be sexual, which is where a lot of these issues rise from. Yet, is a pill that increases blood flow or stimulates lubrication a bad thing? The problem with this documentary is that it conflates diagnoses with pills. The disease may be overstated, but the pill may still work. Again, had she actually explored methodologies, it would have been a far more compelling argument.And don't you tell me you wouldn't be first in line if they developed an Orgasmatron that didn't need to have electrodes injected into your spine.

Jim F (ag) wrote: This is a very funny movie. Loved it :)

Yelda G (kr) wrote: after the first 15 minutes, i can't stand it.try, try harder.

Rodney E (kr) wrote: Don't get me wrong..this is a bad choice all around..Why John Landis? Why Aykroyd? It only gets a star for the little nostalgia of missing Jake. I have no idea why I even gave this any attention. Nostalgia goes a long way I guess.

Frances H (us) wrote: I really liked this film, which showed the necessity to stand up for what you believe instead of just going along with whatever your society considers to be acceptable, even though you feel that your society is morally wrong. This film really reminded me of Hipsters, the Russian film with a lot of the same themes--youth against a totalitarian state, expressing their ideals through music.

Laura B (nl) wrote: Rubin IS the king of the Echo People. Can't wait to see it again!

Arthur C (es) wrote: Not bad - not great either, but a couple cool moments..

Logan M (fr) wrote: Mel Brooks kicks it old school with this screwball comedy full of wildly enjoyable slapstick.

Sam M (br) wrote: One of Hanks' best for sure.

Phillie E (mx) wrote: What a mess, poor Arnold. And poor Jake!