Las Acacias

Las Acacias

Rubén is a middle-aged Argentinian truck driver transporting timber between Paraguay and Buenos Aires. One day, at a truck stop, he picks up a young Paraguayan woman, Jacinta, whom his employer had told to take to Buenos Aires. To Rubén's surprise, Jacinta brings along her five-month-old daughter, Anahí.

Rubén is a lonely truck driver who has been taking the motorway from Asunción, Paraguay to Buenos Aires, Argentina for years, carrying wood. However, today's journey is different because of... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Las Acacias torrent reviews

David S (ru) wrote: 2/3 de la trilogia 20-Seiki Shonen (20th Century Boys) basada en un manga.Esta sucede 15 aos despues de la primera parte, Friendo ya es un lider de culto en el japon y sus planes siguen en pie siguiendo el escrito de "PRofecias del Fin Del Mundo" que la pandilla desarrollo cuando eran nios!!Solo espero que no se convierta en una de esas historias que en realidad predicen el futuro (o dejan a proposito ver el plan de la elite)!y en agosto pasado salio la ultima parte...!!

D M (mx) wrote: Aunt Flow is used as a metaphor for lycanthropism in this teen horror. Filled with ironic humor, this film really captures this era well. Two death-obsessed sisters are chased by an unidentified animal the night the older sister starts to develop female problems. Soon she is acting must differently, scaring her sister with the changes. The characters were both written and played well. The soundtrack includes Cradle of Filth and Fear Factory.

Nikolai E (ru) wrote: An experienced professor at an ivy league school violently grabs his young female student and smacks her hard across the face. She tries to escape, but he restrains her, delivering slap after slap, and a punch to the gut which sends her to the ground, weeping. He's yelling profane insults at her the entire time as he picks up a chair, preparing to smash it to pieces over her cowering body... and the CROWD GOES WILD! But don't judge them until you see the film yourself. I'm ashamed to admit I pumped a fist or two at the display, but that's only because that student was to my mind something close to the perfect distillation of evil, and one of the best on-screen villains I've ever seen, alongside Nurse Ratchett. There's something going around about this play being a debate between two equally valid viewpoints, but I couldn't see that for the life of me. What surprised me is that the didactic battle that's waged on this quiet college campus bears such similarity to some kind of futuristic dystopian dictatorship, crushing freedom and ideas under the iron heel of conformity and bureaucracy. The nature of the evil on display is malignant stupidity, an abject fear of thought and anger at those who promote it, and a desperate clinging to rules, facts and structures, those things which education should allow us to abandon. It's cleverness without reason, quickness of thought without judgment. To me the film's power struggle was not over moral ground, because the villain abandoned morality when she lost her ability to choose for herself. It's not even about the rape accusation, that's really just the last of many nails in the coffin, and garners undue attention. All I know is, Macy gets some heroic lines late in the film that made me want to cheer, I just somehow wish Mamet hadn't trapped me into rooting for a brutal, one-sided physical assault. That's a neat trick.

Chrys B (mx) wrote: Really enjoyable because it was so totally different from any other movie I have ever seen.. It tells the story beautifully, from the point of view of a young women growing into adulthood in such restricting times.... lovely costuming too.

Nikolai E (fr) wrote: It's actually fairly enjoyable in spite of its flaws, but there are some unbridgeable narrative gaps that break up the final scenes. I admire the character of Satan, a standby of so many road movies, being a bit different this time around. It's produced competently, but this was never going to appeal to anyone outside of Canada and the difference between this and Hard Core Logo is night and day.

Gordon A (fr) wrote: Clever interweaving of fictional story and archival footage which works better as a documentary than a drama.

Brett S (mx) wrote: Sonny Chiba is a badass. Enough said.

Mohammed A (us) wrote: It's good movie to watch