Hacia la oscuridad

Hacia la oscuridad

Deals with 90 minutes in a kidnapped hostage's life, and the frustration his family, a special ops team, and a man in charge of delivering the ransom money all feel as they rush to save him.

Deals with 90 minutes in a kidnapped hostage's life, and the frustration his family, a special ops team, and a man in charge of delivering the ransom money all feel as they rush to save him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Buggy B (br) wrote: This was good- interesting. I thought Liam Neeson was excellent, as was the entire cast (Peter Sarsgaard, Chris O'Donnell, John Lithgow, Oliver Platt, Timothy Hutton) which includes an Oscar nomination for Laura Linney as Kinsey's freethinking wife. The movie is provocative and intelligent, scientific not sexy and will make you laugh but also squirm at times and wonder how Alfred Kinsey ever managed to get his book "Sexual Behavior in the Human Male" published at a time (1948) when sex was generally misunderstood and very taboo. Everyone seemed to be asking "am I normal". Using the technique of his own famous sex interviews, the movie uncovers the secrets of a nation while recounting the scientist's extraordinary journey from oppressed obscurity to pioneer in the area of human research to global fame. Kinsey was responsible for the start of the sexual revolution, changed American culture and created a media sensation with his book - before they turned on him.11/23/14

Joshua20 P (kr) wrote: Perhaps the great American film.

Laslo F (us) wrote: A brutal, comprehensive, creepy true masterpiece!!! Amazing acting of Julia Ormond, Robert Duvall, Blint Andrs and many more.

Matt T (ca) wrote: A moody, romantic, misarabilist melodrama... An AWOL soldier arrives at a fog bound port to escape his past. He discovers The Panama, a run down bar with an unsavoury reputation, where people go to forget their worries. There he meets an array of characters, some more helpful than others - suicidal artists, plastic gangsters and friendly drunks. Down on his luck our 'hero' meets a young attractive woman and a romantic liasion ensues. Through good fortune a chance to board a ship to far off South America occurs and freedom becomes a possibility. However a sense of doom hovers over the deserter as his new love has unwanted admirers. Sometimes you watch a film and fall in love with it. The fog bound studio sets lend to a dreamlike atmosphere. Beautifully shot with flowing camra work, the movie lives up to it's title as a port of shadows. I was convinced I was watching my own dream even though I had never had one such as this. The gloomy tragedy is interspersed with amusing dialogue. Ever reliable Jean Gabin stars as the tough, no nonense but soft hearted deserter. Always ready to stand up for ladies in peril and not one to back down from a scrap. A laid back approach to the narrative helps the development of the various characters. Certain occurences are alluded to but are not always shown and left to the imagination. For example the audience never find out why Jean deserted in the first place. There is a sense of longing for freedom amongst most of the characters but for various reasons are held back. Despair is never far away. Poetic realism at it's best.

Ryan O (nl) wrote: One of the best horror films of the 80's. They don't make them like this anymore!