Sin Nombre

Sin Nombre

Set on the border, where Mexico becomes the crucible and the fearsome gangs of today’s Mexican countryside, the gauntlet, to freedom. The stories of a girl living in Honduras and hungering for a brighter future, and two teen gang members, for whom the Mara Salvatrucha is near their entire universe, become interlaced on the train to the border, a journey that will determine the future of their lives

The film tells the story of a Honduran teen hungering for a better life, trying to immigrate to the U.S.A., and a boy caught up in the violence of gang life who also needs to escape. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Sin Nombre torrent reviews

Tim C (fr) wrote: Not Bad Based On True Events

Halley B (au) wrote: Haters can step off--this film provides a fresh perspective on a genre that many, apparently, were not ready to see. After years of seeing horror movies presented through one lens it's refreshing to see new voices with different experiences handle the genre so adeptly. In spirit, in storytelling, in atmosphere, these short films surpass much of the self aggrandizing junk that's been shelled out in the world of Indie Horror over the past few years. The ladies who wrote and directed these features show a full grasp on the basic elements that make good scary movies so chilling, and dish them out with ease, creating an anthology series that is as smart and funny as it is truly creepy.

Gary H (ru) wrote: This movie may be good for getting the kids to fall asleep because no-one could sit through this entire piece of garbage. Tom Arnold should look for Rosanne.

Walter K (ag) wrote: A warmhearted, surreal take on a very depressing topic that works so well it'll leave you feeling better after you've watched it. Extra points for the Gogol Bordello soundtrack.

Cesare M (us) wrote: It may have been groundbraking at the time, but it doesn't age well, even after ten years or less

Mike M (us) wrote: Bursting at the seams with messy, glorious life... audiences have already been stunned by one outstanding Romanian film over the past twelve months ("4 Months, 3 Weeks & 2 Days"), and warmed to the droll wit of another ("12:08 East of Bucharest"). Nemescu's talent was still unruly and instinctive, that much is clear - but dare I suggest that "California Dreamin'" is livelier, even more cinematic, and more purely pleasurable than either of its predecessors? (And it wasn't even finished.)

Troy K (fr) wrote: Almost unwatchable, it does have it's moments and I was actually interested for about the first half, but it does not come together and really just falls apart before the ending.

Sami N (us) wrote: I liked the setting and the era. There are some nice pictures and moments, but the film is not really working. Jeremy Irons acts without strengt and presence, lacking clarity and focus.

Liv S (kr) wrote: FIne acting and great music..

Leigh G (ru) wrote: Danny Kaye the great entertainer! The Ugly Duckling gets me every time! And good to see Farley Granger again after his recent death was glossed over at the Oscars last month. Great movie!

Jordan A (ag) wrote: A pretty weak entry into the buddy cop genre and Brett Ratner's a talentless douche.

Zach M (br) wrote: This looked like a nice movie but the story was barely mediocre.Some interesting casting choices.