Two men meet in downtown Bogotá; one is missing a leg, the other is a "silletero," a man who carries people around for money. Each character bears the burden of a bitter past life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
La sombra del caminante
Two men meet in downtown Bogotá: one is missing a leg, the other is a "silletero", a man who carries people around for money. Each character bears the burden of a bitter past life.
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Mikael K (us) wrote: A sci-fi action awfulness that is staggering in its absolute lack of quality. This amount of bad in one film is simply astonishing to witness! It almost makes you feel as if a tremendous amount of effort has been made to ascertain that everything in Retrograde? is as completely, infuriatingly implausible and just plain dumb as in any way possible. The script, the acting, the directing All infinitely substandard, and not even in a campy way. Spare yourself from this torture.
sambath m (nl) wrote: good movie.....reason it has been copied in tamil and hindi
Takeia (fr) wrote: I love this movie. if you haven't seen it. your WACK
Kenneth B (de) wrote: Well its another slasher, this time on a moving train. However all the usual traits are there. I might have given this a 3, but the identity of the killer is so bleeding obvious from the opening scene and the motive is paper-thin (although in fairness that's another genre trait). Its all bit too clunky.
Tony P (it) wrote: I am trying to view director Martin Scorsese's work as much as possible. I faintly remembered viewing this film back on its cinematic release back in 2002. I knew it was good then so I thought it was worth re-watching.The film is set in nineteenth century New York City as thousands of Irish immigrants arrive each week on boats to the city (and country) and sets the tone for tensions for 'native' Americans.It is hard to believe that some of the set designs, as lavish as they are will become home to one of the biggest metropolis on earth.The film mainly centres on a nineteenth century 'Nigel Farage' like character, Bill Cutting (Daniel Day-Lewis) who is the main gangster of the 'streets' of New York. The film is set mainly set in the Five Points area of the city.Cutting is an apt name as he cuts up all his enemies it seems with ever sharper blades and in more rivers of blood.In one such confrontation he kills an Irishman Father Vallon (Liam Neeson). It is from this evil killing in front of Vallon's son Amsterdam (later to morph into Leonardo DiCaprio) that the plot of the film is revealed as Amsterdam vows to avenge his father's death.Vallon earns the respect of Cutting and becomes a member of inner circle before all hell breaks loose setting up a barbaric finale in which New York as we know it is born and the Cutting reign is over.The Irish accents of some of the characters are laughable. Only Brendan Gleeson makes the most of his. Other actors struggle to grasp the tongue.It is the production design (Dante Ferretti), cinematography (Michael Ballhaus) and direction of Scorcese that triumph in the film slightly before CGI dominated such films.The casting has a strong contingent of actors (and few actresses) that feature in UK productions and television and a few Hollywood films. Look out for the bloke of Billy Elliott, 'Q Algy' off Never Say Never Again and Elliot off E.T.Another Scorsese hit.
Brinn O (it) wrote: Jingle all the way used to be one of my ALL time favorite films of all time. I didn't only watch it on Christmas but I watched it at least twice a week for a year. Back then I was obsessed with this movie. It was funny seeing Arnold literally stop at nothing to get Jamie his Turboman doll. Watching it now I may notice plot of the plot holes, but for what it is it's still an entertaining Christmas flick.