Small Country

Small Country

Two young people learn about love as politics turn their world upside down in this drama from director Ana Diez. After a long and successful career as a soccer player, Xavi retires from the game and moves to Spain, where one day to his surprise he happens upon Rosana, a friend from his childhood in Uruguay. As Xavi and Rosana catch up on what has happened to them over the past thirty years, they flash back to 1973, when young Xavi and his father Manuel, a shoemaker, lived down the street from Rosana.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:84 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:one word title,  

Two young people learn about love as politics turn their world upside down in this drama from director Ana Diez. After a long and successful career as a soccer player, Xavi (Nicolas Pauls) retires from the game and moves to Spain, where one day to his surprise he happens upon Rosana (Maria Botto), a friend from his childhood in Uruguay. As Xavi and Rosana catch up on what has happened to them over the past thirty years, they flash back to 1973, when young Xavi (Pablo Arnoletti) and his father Manuel (Emilio Gutierrez Caba), a shoemaker, lived down the street from Rosana (Pia Rodriguez). . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Howard S (us) wrote: In this horribly depressing movie things get worse and worse until the heroine, an destitute illegal alien, has an abortion. After the miracle of eugenics everything gets better for this poor little family.

Jeremy C (ca) wrote: This is my favorite Buddies film yet. I loved Dylan Sprouse playing the voice of my favorite character Shasta.GRADE:A

Trisha R (au) wrote: Extraordinary!! Brava!! Protagonist is a simply brilliant film about real-life outcasts who find the strength to step outside of their own shadows, only to realize they may have taken a few steps too many. Undoubtedly, the most original documentary I've ever seen, but it's not one for the ignorant or judgemental.

Emanuel P (au) wrote: A very interesting take on the possible events that took place while filming of the greatest horror movies of our time.

Matthew C (br) wrote: Great, classic Hammer, with all the moodiness, hammy acting, cool costumes, beautiful girls, and shocking violence one expects. Missing some of their more famous actors, it still has a good cast, including a young Lalla Ward (pre-Doctor Who, pre-Mrs. Richard Dawkins). If you enjoy other Hammer Horror films, check this one out. Oh, and I've seen it listed with a PG rating. Don't believe it. Even by the looser movie standards of the 70s this should probably have had an R for lots of nudity and bloody violence.

Chad H (br) wrote: Rodan is a neat giant monster movie produced by Toho. This was made during Toho's experimenting stage with other flicks after just finishing the second "Godzilla" movie. The idea of Rodan is familiar, a giant pterodactyl is awoken from its prehistoric slumber underground by a group of miners. It then sets free and wreaks havoc upon the city. As most giant monster movies the plot starts off slow and is mixed with bits of dialogue and glimpses of the monster thrown in here and there. Other than that its pretty much your standard monster movie. It moves at a decent pace, and is incredibly brief being just slightly over an hour. I rather enjoyed this one but what ultimately made me enjoy it was the ending. I wont spoiler it for anyone else, but it was interesting to say the least. Other than that there really isn't much more to say. If you can sit through average monster movies than you'll definitely enjoy this one, worth a watch. So check it out.

Elmer F (ru) wrote: Is Baron Latos drinking wine, Dracula never drinks wine... Doesn't he know it will shorten his stake pinned skeleton? A large gypsy girl understands Chaney torment enough to dispatch him. and GLENN STRANGE becomes the largest actor to wear electrodes as he easily puts Naish through a window.

Byron B (nl) wrote: want to see this because it was nominated for best picture at the oscars and by NBR

Spencer H (nl) wrote: An excellent film with amazing action and heart.