Family honor, greed, machismo, homophobia, and the dreams of whores collide in a Mexican town. Rich, elderly Don Alejo is poised to sell the town for a profit, needing only to buy a ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Hell Without Limits
Family honor, greed, machismo, homophobia, and the dreams of whores collide in a Mexican town. Rich, elderly Don Alejo is poised to sell the town for a profit, needing only to buy a ...
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Alan F (mx) wrote: Como canjeo mi copiaaaaa!!??!?!
Carlos M (nl) wrote: Visibly influenced by Woody Allen, not only in its black and white but also in the downbeat mood, the jazz score and mainly the deliciously wry humor, Gerster's impressive debut as a filmmaker tells a very thoughtful story about a young man who feels like he doesn't belong anymore.
Tatjana A (nl) wrote: Very nice lebanese movie about lives of 5 different women. I enjoyed it :)
Denny O (kr) wrote: If you like American History X, you'll like this. This movie offers a little more intellectual insight to the Neo-Nazi mindset and Ryan Gosling delivers this film's message with a powerhouse performance. 5 stars across the board.
Leo L (br) wrote: A personal favorite.
Shawn S (gb) wrote: This film is tremendously fun, has a great sense of humor, Bruce Campbell is excellent, as usual, and Sam Raimi's directing style is fantastic and unique.
Christian I (ca) wrote: Get it together, Sweetie!!! Before DREAMGIRLS (2006), there was SPARKLE - My ORIGINAL Inspiration on every creative level there is!!!
Kevin B (de) wrote: I LIKE THIS BETTER TAN BLACULA
Luis R (ag) wrote: Such a classic! I can watch over, and over again!
Art S (ca) wrote: In the end, it's ludicrous - but in some ways that's what makes this film noir from Otto Preminger good. Gene Tierney is a kleptomaniac hiding the fact from her psychoanalyst husband, Richard Conte (badly miscast). Slick and evil hypnotist/astrologer Jose Ferrer finds her out and offers to treat her, by which he means control her and make her do his bidding. About halfway through there is a murder, but Ferrer, the obvious suspect, has an alibi - he's in the hospital for a gall bladder operation. Police Detective Charles Bickford (gruff but lovable) is on the case but doesn't believe for a minute that you could hypnotize yourself not to feel pain. Perhaps the film would have succeeded more if Preminger just cranked it up to 11 and let the weird melodrama take over? As it stands, you aren't quite sure whether the events shown are meant to be believable to the audience or not. Poor Gene Tierney may have seen echoes of her own real life in this character, as she may have been hiding mental illness and alcoholism from her public just as her character hides her own inner troubles from others. However, Ferrer is the only one to really capitalize on the bizarreness here, playing his vile charmer to the hilt. Preminger's other noirs are better (Fallen Angel, Where the Sidewalk Ends).