Silvia (Rosario Blefari) works in a cafe and is less then thrilled with her life, which seems to be going nowhere. On her 27th birthday, she decides some changes are in order, but the most she seems able to decide upon is buying a canary as a pet. Silvia decides to take a trip to Italy; once she's there, she meets a man who politely informs here she isn't the only woman named Silvia Prieto listed in the phone book, which starts her wondering about the others.
- Stars:Marta Albertinazzi, María Fernanda Aldana, Daniel Barone, Valeria Bertuccelli, Cecilia Biagini, Rosario Blefari, Mirta Busnelli, Guillermina Casey, Gabriel Correa, Daniela Cugliandolo, Pablo Córdoba, Marta Espezel, Bernardino R. Fernández, Alejandro Hartmann, Luis Mancini,
- Director:Martín Rejtman,
- Writer:Martín Rejtman
Silvia (Rosario Blefari) works in a cafe and is less then thrilled with her life, which seems to be going nowhere. On her 27th birthday, she decides some changes are in order, but the most she seems able to decide upon is buying a canary as a pet. Silvia decides to take a trip to Italy; once she's there, she meets a man who politely informs here she isn't the only woman named Silvia Prieto listed in the phone book, which starts her wondering about the others. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Silvia Prieto torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: It left me with an odd feeling, but it's got an almost hypnotic quality to it that I can't quite shake.
(fr) wrote: A French woman is found murdered. With her blood, she has written "Omar m'a tuer" = "Omar killed me". It's not correct French. It's not the way a French woman would write such a thing, But Omar is the Muslim gardener from Morocco and it suits a racist police force, prosecutioner and court to find him guilty. But a journalist starts to investigate...This is more than just your common trial drama, because there isn't much drama around. The story isn't what's most important, it's what the story does to those involved. That makes this a more effective cry for justice than any clever lawyer freedom fighter show. Good acting in a French environment we're not used to. The rhetorics are less important than the silences.Roschdy Zem is the director and he lifts a tired archetype, shakes it and returns it to us. Thanks for that.
(br) wrote: Awesome, sweet, and funny movie. Second planned!
(gb) wrote: Nice story but moves a bit too slowly ..
(us) wrote: pretty good ice spiders these scienest make these giant spiders in the snow and they escape and start killing people
(us) wrote: i think i fell alseep to this
(fr) wrote: The standard Sidaris formula applies here and doesn't disappoint. Agents posing as exotic dancers attempt to procure valuable computer chips vital in the war against terror. The kind of film you don't mind staying up late for to catch on cable.
(jp) wrote: A slow, boring, and cheap version of the first movie. Outside of small changes, it's basically the first movie all over again. It was a much lower budget, so they weren't able to shoot at a location as visual as the hotel used in the first movie, so instead we get some cheap looking sets. The makeup was pretty good though. Andre Toulon as a zombie looked pretty good, and the They Live puppet people at the end look nice and creepy.Just not the most original movie, too many characters making dumb decisions and conclusions, and it was boring and slow to boot. Maybe not the worst movie in the series, but that doesn't say much.
(jp) wrote: I did not enjoy that at all. A little, but not really.
(kr) wrote: A good suspense film with a twist and more to it than meets the eye. As well as it is made it does certainly feel too dumb and mayebe even pointless at times, as the necesity of some of the reveals can be questioned while other moments will amaze and schok the audience.
(kr) wrote: This movie had potential, but fell through the cracks. To bad.
(ag) wrote: Random apocalyptic lone gunman comes to town with swords...they were all blown away when he slings a stone and all way too stupid to use bow and arrows....need the water, awesome fight after fight after fight though
(es) wrote: Oh how expectations can deceive.But it's important to keep an open mind. Not everyone will appreciate this movie. They will see the slow plot development. They will see the very Disney-esque "Storytime" method. For me, it was a reflection of my inner dreams and desires, more than a real life. I think the movie was designed that way. From the get, go, if you watch how it is shot, you will see that no extras are used without necessity... Almost like a work of fiction. And the entire movie surrounds the importance between separating real life from fiction. Yes, it's very cliche. Yes, it's something we've all seen before. Yes, it might get a little lost at the end. But this was a very pleasant and very intriguing surprise. And it thoroughly captured me.
(nl) wrote: While Leto is charismatic and engaging as Prefontaine, the film never really takes off, and turns out to be a formulaic approach to a biopic. Even though this film beat Without Limits to the screens, it wasn't about the sprint, but the distance, and Without Limits went much further in satisfaction.