Young Doctor Ana lives alone because she couldn't bear to leave Cuba when her family sailed away on a raft to the US. Ernesto lives in his car with his belongings in a small case, traveling... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Young Doctor Ana lives alone because she couldn't bear to leave Cuba when her family sailed away on a raft to the US. Ernesto lives in his car with his belongings in a small case, traveling...
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Abishai S (de) wrote: Just Wright has winning performances, but it is also pretty boring.
Justin D (au) wrote: ummmmmmmm where was the ending??? i suppose theoretically speaking it had to end like that, or else it could have gone on forever...
Anna N (br) wrote: Not interested. I generally avoid horror movies.
Will W (it) wrote: I haven't seen this movie in like forever but I do remember it had a really cute plot and it worked for the 90's. I like the one that plays the mom, she plays in The Best Years on The N network now.
Bill B (jp) wrote: This was something of a low-rent Exorcist riff that really never gets scary, nor does much beyond some campy melodrama for my tastes. It's fairly forgettable, but if you're just dying to check it out I suppose I'd give it a *slight* rental recommend...Rental?
Brad S (es) wrote: This Masterpiece from Satyajit Ray was my most anticipated film overall to watch, I've been waiting over a decade to see it and I am glad I waited. This is the 1st film in "The Apu Trilogy" and is widely considered one of India's greatest films. It has much more in common with Italian Neo-realism than the typical Bollywood Musicals that are more commonplace in India. It's the first film from master director Satyajit Ray, and it exudes a lot of confidence and beauty. It essentially follows a family living in very poor conditions and shows it to us through the eyes of 2 children, the younger of whom is Apu. It is is well written, acted, and shot. It's a very compelling film and highly rewarding. It just went through a 4k restoration from Criterion Collection and looks more beautiful on Blu-ray than it ever has which is why I am glad I waited. This is a MUST for all cinema lovers!
Nathan D (nl) wrote: Beyond mediocrity! Enlightenment to a time and individual that I hadn't thought much about since learning about him in middle school.
Ami F (jp) wrote: Love it! Interesting look @ Nazi's conquering Europe & trying 2 win over U.S. by hiding continuing atrocities.