Two woman, one a married middle-aged airline stewardess, and the other a free-wheeling factory worker open to experience and opportunity, meet and decide to change their lives. Moving to Patagonia and leaving their men behind they find that escape carries with it a different set of responsibilities.
- Stars:Ludivine Sagnier, Kristin Scott Thomas, Patrick Mille, Guillaume Marquet, Gérald Laroche, Julien Rochefort, Sandra Ceccarelli, Francesca Inaudi, César Bordón, Guillermo Pfening, Arturo Goetz, Julieta Cardinali, Hilda Bernard, Maria Lourdes Argiz, Lola Berthet, Juan Cresta, Viviana Greco, Valeria Lois, Javier van de Couter, Ricardo Williams, Mirta Wons,
- Country:Argentina, Italy
- Director:Stefano Pasetto,
- Writer:Stefano Pasetto (screenplay), Veronica Cascelli (screenplay)
Two woman, one a married middle-aged airline stewardess, and the other a free-wheeling factory worker open to experience and opportunity, meet and decide to change their lives. Moving to Patagonia and leaving their men behind they find that escape carries with it a different set of responsibilities. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(de) wrote: What first attracted me to this movie was the 'Terry Gillams Presents...' on the movie poster. Its his only contribution to the film and actually Billy Plympton's Idiots and Angels didn't need it. What he did with countless animated shorts on MTV and SNL, Plympton turned into a fully cohesive story about redemption.
(us) wrote: A great modern noir with a compelling main character portrayed with style (despite suffering some embarrassing 90s fashion) by Owen. I think it kind of falls apart a bit in the last act, but not enough to leave me with a bad taste. The final twist is a stunning revelation that sort of recasts the events of the entire film.
(nl) wrote: Dark but Romantic Drama well worth watching
(kr) wrote: An absolutely terrible and forgettable movie that I so wish Jones hadn't chosen to do.
(es) wrote: An ok creature feature. Pretty much the British version of "The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms"
(ca) wrote: Yet another great film from Ozu, the master filmmaker for the ubiquitous dysfunctional family. His unique style managed to be both Japanese and universal at the same time.
(de) wrote: Really well made film
(kr) wrote: A peculiar film that will satisfy children, but confuse grown ups. Seriously, why does the postman of a tiny village need a helicopter to deliver the post?
(ru) wrote: Awesome action flick. It doesn't get better than this for a thriller with savy acting, a great script, and great execution. What a story. You've got to rent this one. This is not a guy flick, it is a great one for everyone. What a great group of actors by the way.
(es) wrote: This is a great family film. It shows the everyday life of a dancer try to make a way into the big world. Although she wanted to go big she never forgot about her kids back at the community center where she taught dance lessons.