Agustín forgets things; he is aging and he knows it. María is never alone: she watches over everyone, sleeps very little, and works too much. She’s increasingly overwhelmed. One day, on impulse, María decides to abandon Agustín. The tightening grip of old age and the guilt of familial responsibility loom over this absorbing drama from rising director Rodrigo Plá. With an exacting gasp of the internal and external struggles María must endure, Plá explores the challenges of a timeless issue and society’s conflicted responses to life’s central questions. (Hamptons International Film Festival)
- Stars:Néstor Guzzini, Andrea Fantoni, Roxana Blanco, Fernando Amaral, Laura Baez, Facundo Segovia, Leonardo Pintos, Oscar Pernas, Raul Scarone, Cecilia Baranda, Jorge Temponi, Ernesto Liotti, Bruno Amichini, Emilia Díaz, Christian Casanol,
- Country:Uruguay, Mexico, France
- Director:Rodrigo Plá,
- Writer:Laura Santullo
A single mother with 3 kids working from home as a tailor for a big textile firm. She is left with taking care of her aging father and gets no support from her sister on this... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(fr) wrote: Britney Spears gets kicked into a hole.
(gb) wrote: Un enime rcit de destins qui s'entrecroisent? On pourrait vite se lasser du genre, mais en attendant, Chromophobia reste un film juste qui ne se laisse pas parasiter par le mode de narration ni par son esthtique.
(it) wrote: One of my favourite films RIP Aaliyah
(us) wrote: love the Ring series
(fr) wrote: A bit too "Lifetime movie of the week" at times. There's some awkward character developments throughout. Michael Pare plays it sympathetically throughout, until the end of the movie when he decides he wants to start calling his sister a bitch, mocking her, and acting like some sort of devious villain. Obviously he WAS the villain, but then it was the first half of the movie where he acted out of character. On the other side of things, the hero of this movie is the dog. The dog had more character than anyone else in the movie! That's impressive.The story is nothing special. It's typical werewolf flare. Some guy is cursed and struggles to contain that curse. It's the same basic werewolf story since the beginning of werewolf stories. I liked how he would handcuff himself in the woods. It made for one of the funnier scenes in the movie where we see a werewolf handcuffed to a tree.That's one thing I can definitely appreciate about this movie and it helps make it better than it would have been otherwise. We see the werewolf... a lot. Full body suit and animatronic face. It's nothing impressive and it can look laughably fake, but the effort is applauded. This was around when An American Werewolf in Paris, and to see the costume/animatronic is sooooooo much better than crappy, seriously fake CGI werewolves.Other than that, it's nothing special. There's some blood and it's nice to see Dennis the menace getting choked by a huge werewolf, but the script is nothing special.
(mx) wrote: "Starring John Goodman" Even worse than The Flintstones . . . John Goodman must've had a contract with Universal. Maybe John Goodman was "Under Contract" and couldn't get out from under it.
(br) wrote: Giulietta Masina should be forever remembered for her flawless performance in this profoundly touching and devastating tragicomic masterpiece, making us root for her character and her happiness in such a way that it is hard to be left unmoved by what unfolds before us.
(kr) wrote: Beautiful music composed with beautiful animation, this Disney classic is a joy to see and listen to. Sometimes slow, this long film is best viewed through spurts or as running in the background. Also, the non-animated parts contains some of the most beautiful film lighting to date.
(ag) wrote: A simple documentary which is deep and complicated inside
(ca) wrote: This is a film meant for the wealthy. Plain and simple. If you're struggling to make ends meet, upon your wedding you'll have no friends and no prospects. The only happy ending is if you marry into money, since the character who wins both their hearts we get all of a couple minutes with, less with the eventual prince who gets Cinderella's heart. Keep this film. It was mildly amusing until they consigned the poor one to the trash heap of life.
(nl) wrote: So back in 1988 there was a highly quirky, sexy British crime heist movie with a mix of top cult British and American stars, it was a huge (and surprising) success. Nine years later the same team were back in this sort of sequel, or maybe prequel, no one was really sure. In the end it was just another comedy utilising the same cast, however, the novelisation of the film actually explains how both movies connect, but no one cares about the book so...The plot is radically different from the 'A Fish Called Wanda', this is not any kind of crime comedy but it still involves unscrupulous people. Its all about John Cleese's character Rollo coming to look after a small typically British zoo of mainly small harmless animals, which he then tries to convert into a zoo full of fierce creatures. He has to do this because the main company he works for (that own the zoo) wants better revenue from the attraction hotspot. Thusly he is instantly at odds with the zoo's team of caring keepers who obviously are against this. At the same time Rollo must contend with Willa Weston and Vince McCain (Jamie Lee Curtis and Kevin Kline) who are overseeing this latest acquisition by the company to make sure it makes money.You see the problem with this comedy is the fact they have tried to basically remake 'Wanda'. Many of scenes in this film are rehashes from the original and are going for exactly the same laughs, the cast are playing virtually the same kind of characters and in the case of Jamie Lee Curtis her characters name has clearly been made as close as possible to Wanda (Willa). I really don't understand why they have done this because everyone knows this kind of thing hardly ever works, it doesn't matter how grand your cast roster is.Much of the said cast is of course taken from the first movie, and I don't just mean the main cast either, many smaller roles and cameos feature actors/actresses from the first movie. Does that somehow make things better? are these actors suppose to connect this story to the first movie somehow? Apparently not as this is supposed to be more of a stand alone movie...so why use the same cast then?? I mean sure the use of the classic British comedic legend Ronnie Corbett is very nice, a nice addition, but he barely does anything and is clearly there just to ramp up the star meter. Its an all British type affair so lets get some British gems of comedy...yeah OK but at least make use of them, at least make a good film with them.I mean watching Cleese in this is actually cringeworthy, he's doing all his usual typical funny little quirks he's done his entire career because that's what people expect, but its old hat now. He brings nothing new to the table here which isn't entirely his fault because (like I said) people wanna see that but you gotta try and break the mould guy! In short Cleese is basically Basil Fawlty in charge of a zoo...but not as funny, sweet idea, but like I said its not as funny as it sounds. At the same time watching Cleese trying to act sexy and dashing whilst cuddling up to Curtis (again) is horrible!! its like watching your aging dad trying to be sexy n cool with a younger woman, God no! As pointed out already Curtis plays the same character again too, a sexual female predator that is after Rollo but has to shake off the ever lurking Vincent (Kline), yet again. This leads to Kline who (as in the first movie) is head and shoulders above the rest giving the best performance. Kline seems to be really really good at playing the brash, pig-headed, egotistical Yank that won't think twice about being a complete shit no matter who's watching. He's rude, arrogant and cruel (yet again) and has his target set on Cleese's character Rollo (yet again), you notice I'm having to type 'yet again' quite often here. Do I have to mention Palin and his character that bares a remarkably close resemblance to his character in 'Wanda'? Nope, its the same character.Don't get me wrong this isn't a terrible movie, its not all bad, there are some nice moments of farcical humour, just not that much is all. It has everything you'd expect from a naughty British comedy that has two Pythons in it (no not the scaly reptilian kind). Characters running around in their underwear (Cleese again!), lots of sexual double entendres, silly visual gags, pratfalls, slapstick and the odd hint of violence which you of course don't actually see. Thing is, the first movie was a smart, witty, sexy, dark comedy aimed at adults. This movie is a childish, immature, infantile, watered down excuse of a comedy that isn't really aimed at anyone. The kids won't appreciate the performances (or at least what they were aiming for) and there's nothing too visually appealing going on for them either, whilst its way too dumb and soft for adults. There's no point having Jamie Lee Curtis looking all slinky if she's not gonna actually do anything.I think the idea for a quaint little British zoo battling against corporate suits is fine and has promise, but its been completely squandered here. For the first time ever I would have to say that the shenanigans of both Cleese and Palin actually bored and annoyed me at times. I've never really come across a movie that has tried to pretty much copy its predecessors formula so blatantly. I mean seriously! why would you even watch this when you have the first movie which is exactly the same and so much better.
(mx) wrote: Thought it would be so much better stil had a few good parts.