The Milk of Sorrow

The Milk of Sorrow

Fausta is suffering from a rare disease called the Milk of Sorrow, which is transmitted through the breast milk of pregnant women who were abused or raped during or soon after pregnancy. While living in constant fear and confusion due to this disease, she must face the sudden death of her mother. She chooses to take drastic measures to not follow in her mother's footsteps.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:Spanish,Quechua
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dancer,   ocean,   surrealism,  

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Madeline B (nl) wrote: I thought this movie was beautifully thought provoking. I was on the edge of my seat listening to her stories. It was easy to sympathize with her. Especially when she a crisis of conscience. The ending was fairly abrupt and unexpected. I do think it was fitting and lets the viewer come up with there own ending. I liked to imagine a happy ever after for the two lovers.

Yvonne S (au) wrote: An interesting movie, worth when you are free.

Subash R (br) wrote: Very good movie......wonderful acting of daniel and terasa....and the remaining boys also...After seeing the movie iam the fan of daniel and terasa palmer....

Paullo H (mx) wrote: This is the worst movie I ever seen in my life.

Thomas C (gb) wrote: Watching the movie is like going through a collection of beautiful paintings, everyone more breathtaking than the one before.

WS W (it) wrote: Nondescript & (editing) looking disconnected between scenes. Not to mention the terrible acting & visual effects back then.

Lucas B (fr) wrote: This movie really shows pepole that guns are very serious buisness.

Brian P (de) wrote: Wow! Entertaining but messed up.

Rachel M (de) wrote: Love this movie!! I cry every time I watch it!

Kevin R (it) wrote: 9.8/10 - The most violent and dark of the series. Roddy McDowall takes center stage as he plays the brutal, revolutionary, Caesar this time around. Taking place in modern America with humans now having apes as slaves, the movie assaults you with images that are disturbing, frightening. Showing acts of humans displaying severe cruelty that creates a sense of misanthropy within the audience. Growing tired of the servant and slave act, Caesar and his apes form a merciless uprising. This is the original "Rise." Combined with McDowall's tour de force performance as Caesar, Tom Scott's soundtrack, and the film's moody atmosphere, it's my personal favorite.

Bill B (it) wrote: Beautifully shot, the mystery aspect actually kept me guessing right up until the end of the film, red herrings and all, and who wouldn't want your significant other to help you solve the murder of your girlfriend?!? That's a woman who LOVES your sorry ass my friend.Recommended.

Andy P (nl) wrote: Despite running at a mere 79 minutes, Persona is probably Bergman's most technically and thematically accomplished work of art. It's a cinematic Rorschach test, a surreal, psychological horror and an exploration of the human condition much more profound and complex than Through A Glass, Darkly.

Stephanie K (us) wrote: Political/sports film.Got boring very quickly.

Justin B (br) wrote: Cute couple check, family tragedy check lakeside setting check yes Nicholas Sparks stories are pretty formula but I love them and this is no exception. Plus this has the added bonus of the gorgeous julianne hough and the ever likeable josh duhamel as its leads.

melissa h (br) wrote: One of my favorites by him... A must see if you have not.