The Criminal of Barrio Concepcion

The Criminal of Barrio Concepcion

A lowly farmer whose wife is afflicted with a lingering illness gets involved in kidnapping that goes awry and culminates in tragedy. Years later, he turns to a crusading lady journalist to confess the details of the sensational crime that remains unsolved.

A man appears to a female reporter and claims he is the famous kidnapper that has the world astir and promises to turn himself in if she listens to his story. Though she is suspicious of ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Olly H (ag) wrote: sehr spezielles kino, ein wenig wie pans labyrinth ohne fantasy,sehenswert

Sabrina S (kr) wrote: maksa..tamatnya paling maksa..waste time watch thz movie..

Kirsten F (kr) wrote: mann boo boo is in it!!! damn i don care how stupid or scary it is i jes wanna c BOO BOO!!!!!

Michael R (es) wrote: Jesus What A Terrible Movie, From The Outfit, The Cat Humanoid Moves, The Trying To Be Original Bad Script....

Cynthia S (gb) wrote: This movie is very tricky to rate, because the subject matter is so real and human, which automatically gives it a edge over a large number of films. The acting is superb, by adults and youngsters alike. The film technique fits the mood and hard times of the characters very well, and it grabs your attention. Nevertheless, the downfall is found in the speed of the film, which has you wondering at times when action will resume. Apart from that, this was one really well done film that absolutely required subtitles.

Eliabeth H (au) wrote: I love this movie it is so cute

Anthony V (gb) wrote: A waste of time and talent.

Blaine S (jp) wrote: This is a very fun movie to watch. I have watched it a dozen or so times. I will laugh so many times and enjoy the sexy women so much.

Walter M (ru) wrote: In "Applause," Thea(Paprika Steen) is just out of rehab and acting in a production of 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' Otherwise, she is trying to get her life back together, with her ex-husband Christian(Michael Falch) having already re-married to Maiken(Sara-Marie Maltha), a psychologist. That becomes increasingly important for Thea, especially as it regards potential custody of her two young sons.While "Applause" has its strengths in being a character study, it is often just as obvious, which is best exemplified in its choice of a play within the movie.(Admittedly, 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' does sound better in Danish than in English.) Plus, Paprika Steen's lead performance is more showy than powerful as a character whose issues may extend beyond her addictions.

Tatjana V (nl) wrote: This film actually has some funny moments in it... the kooky thing is, I think they were meant to be funny. Recently shown on TCM "Underground", it was enjoyable. It's one to have with a beer and a big bowl of popcorn.

Benon D (kr) wrote: A little confusing in mid story, but as his memory coincides with the present, the ending is very fulfilling.

Paula K (br) wrote: Very convincing performances in a powerful film based on a true story.