Shot over the course of five years, Intimidad is an in-depth portrait of Cecy and Camilo Ramirez, a young couple struggling to make ends meet in Reynosa, Mexico. They have recently left their 2-year old daughter, Loida, with Cecy's mother in Santa Maria in the hopes of building a proper home and after one year, they return to visit her for the Christmas holidays. But their vacation is barely the respite the couple expected, as Loida hardly recognizes her parents, and a sudden tragedy threatens to tear the family apart.

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Intimidad torrent reviews

(kr) wrote: Good movie to watch!!!

Mokeitha W (ag) wrote: Nice little Christian movie with a good theme!

Bethany C (ca) wrote: British Family Film, good laugh and storyline with new actors and actresses.

Nicholas C (br) wrote: Wesley Snipes will kick your ass.

Jeff B (de) wrote: Excellent film written by Jean Cocteau and directed by Jean Pierre Melville about a brother and sister who live in their own little world and can never really be separated from each other. A wonderful opening scenes sets the film up perfectly and the rest of the film is filled with a lot of great moments. It's a wonderful film about the relationship between a brother and sister. The scene where Paul recreates his bedroom is a thing of beauty. A wonderful film.

Sherry L (jp) wrote: Olivia De Havilland plays a woman Josehpine Norris, during world war I who meets a man shortly, gets prengant but people found it selfish of her to have baby with no father so she gets convonced to adopt her son to a poor woman who has recently lost her baby. Time goes and Josephine sees her biological son regularly but not as a his mother. Her son's legal mother turns out to be a hag. Good acting from Olivia De Havilland. So good actually that she won an oscar for her performance as the (rather pathetic) mother. It was a little bit too much melodrama for me in this movie to fully like it. And I didn't like the way things turned. For example I didn't like how the lead victimized herself, and stopped to contact her son and didn't do so until the end (very typical). Except for the really good acting I find it hard to motivate the two hours. I'd recommend Kitty Foyle, The Great Lie, The Old Maid and Torch Singer in stead if you haven't already seen them.

Adam R (au) wrote: (First viewing - Late 2005 in theaters)

Craig G (nl) wrote: It took me a while to understand the rules of Rollerball, and I could not help thinking that this was the fast and the furious meets speed skating. Jean Reno was a good villain in this movie, and would have been the most charismatic character, if not for Paul Heyman as the English commentator. To pro-wrestling fans, Paul Heyman should need no introduction, and he brings the charisma, enthusiasm and delivery that he has always made look so easy in wrestling to the big screen. I can't help thinking that LL Cool J would have been a better choice for the lead role, but Chris Klein was nowhere near as bad as some would like you to believe.

Bruno V (ru) wrote: Not really a comedy or Drama my idea ... just a nice Vitaya or Wife-Tv - Movie . Not bad !

Carlos M (de) wrote: Noah Baumbach is becoming an expert in this kind of quirky little movie centered on irritating characters who are seen as inexplicably adorable by the public (like Frances Ha), and even if it is funny and enjoyable, I really can't relate to most of its ideology that young people are idiots.