Marina, a woman with a glass eye, has the bad luck to be the victim of an assault witnessed by Rafael, a goodhearted butcher, who rescues her from her attacker, a man named Daniel. Rafael has physical problems of his own, but the two stay together as a couple. A baby not Rafael's, for he lost his testicles in an accident is born. Rafael looks forward to raising the child as his own if Marina will consent.
- Stars:Antonio Resines, Maribel Verdú, Jordi Mollà, Elvira Mínguez, Ramón Barea, Clara Sanchís, Andrea Ramírez, Lola Franco, Sonia Cuellar, José Domínguez, Ramiro Alonso, Francisco Marsó, Cristina Collado, Cristina Camisón, José Urdiain,
- Country:Spain, Italy, France
- Director:Ricardo Franco,
- Writer:Álvaro del Amo (dialogue), Pedro Costa (dialogue), Ricardo Franco, Ángeles González Sinde, Carlos Pérez Merinero (dialogue)
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(mx) wrote: one of the best films eva
(mx) wrote: A fun thriller for an evening in. Good ending!
(ru) wrote: It's been 14 years, and I'm still waiting for someone involved with this thing to refund both my money and my 90 minutes.
(au) wrote: Victor Vogel -- Commercial Man is funny and sweet, but not the most interesting or original comedy I've seen. Definitely good for a Saturday night.
(mx) wrote: This is a good mix of science fiction and horror. Diesel is perfect as the silent killer who may be just as dangerous as the monsters the rest of the survivors need his help to avoid. in my opinion definitely worth a rental.
(es) wrote: bodies keep stacking up, blood money never pays
(mx) wrote: Loch Ness is a forgettable, try-hard kid-friendly movie that wears padded gloves in its storyline. It never moves beyond average, and the acting is only so-so.
(mx) wrote: Great home-video-esque performances and behind the scenes stuff. Some of the memorable parts are Kurt getting punched by a hulking bouncer onstage in Dallas and the abandon evident in so many of the shows. I was born a few years too late to see them. Sigh.
(ag) wrote: A decent little comedy that's bloated as a classic.
(kr) wrote: "Fasten Your Seat belt, Sir" "I have no intention of trying to escape" Yeah so that line is really the only good part of this film the rest of this film is boring and has been done before I will say they tried but not enough the Characters were boring and not exciting the story was bad done far too many times except this time on Rocks! The acting was okay nothing that really grabbed me at all, this film was overall just a poor effort from a film that should have never came to be and I do not suggest this film for the reasons I have just stated above overall just a let down from a boring film...
(jp) wrote: One of the best films ever made
(ru) wrote: Not my type of movie actually, but i enjoyed this one. So now i want to see the first Davy Crockett movie aswell.
(ru) wrote: A sweet and charming romantic comedy with Audrey Hepburn in her first major role (which earned her the only Oscar of her career), and it finds the perfect balance between funny and captivating, with the lovely city of Rome as eye-candy setting - where it was shot in its entirety.
(au) wrote: This is the best acting I've seen from Humphrey Bogart. Amazing.
(it) wrote: Una pelcula del montn de mensaje 'La guerra es mala'
(br) wrote: You can already tell what this movie's about just by looking at the title, but it was everything it should be. Gable, Harlow and Loy truly fit the roles they were given. I wouldn't change the cast one bit.
(mx) wrote: Instead of a war on poverty, they got a war on drugs so the police can bother me (2Pac). Potentially a pretty smart film. It's kinda tongue-in-cheek, but there are some style points for that in this type of film. The final half of the documentary deals some heavy blows against America's War on Drugs. In a nutshell, America loves to flex its muscles, but flexing isn't always the best move. The first half "tells you how to make money selling drugs." In reality, it just shows the infrastructure of the trade. The guys who wrote Freakonomics did the same thing. As interesting as that may be (I actually found it kinda boring), the final 40 or so minutes really get into the thought provoking stuff: the history of the war on drugs, who it affects and how, the numbers associated with the war on drugs, and a better solution.Any decent documentary, in the least, serves as a conversation starter. This one is no different. It does raise some genuinely troubling questions and even seems to offer some legitimate solutions (treating drugs like tobacco for starters...that system has worked but prohibition very rarely works). Drugs are no easy topic...they do kill and destroy lives. But is our current system of handling them in America helping or hurting even more? That's the conversation.
(au) wrote: Exciting and Romantic!