Toro negro

Toro negro


Intimate and fascinating portrait of Fernando, also known as El Suicida and El Negro, a bull fighter in the slums of the Mexican Yucutan Peninsular. Sometimes he is a charming host to the film makers, often he is known blind drunk and aggressive towards his wife. He isn't old but he's already covered in psychological and physical scars. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Christine T (au) wrote: I wanted to hate this because I hate deception, but obviously I ended up not hating it. It was very uncomfortable to watch, but was a journey I am glad I saw. It did leave out, the expected, and not sure if that was good or bad. Definitely feel the original premise was not very ethical, but the results were thought provoking, and I have not been so provoked in a while. I want to say more, but don't want to be a spoiler.

Bill W (de) wrote: This is OK. The dinosaurs were laughable - Real lizards shot at high speed worked for Journey to the Center of the Earth - why not here? So there's a monitor lizard in bright colours with latex bits glued on it passed off as a T-rex. Sorry, it didn't work and the story and acting wasn't good enough to overcome it.

Aaron F (au) wrote: A very low budget film that didn't bring in much money. But best romantic comedy I have ever seen. You must see this movie.

Thaddeus R (it) wrote: Interesting in parts, but I was rather disappointed in this documentary. It really doesn't focus on whales all that much, and I felt that the focus of the piece was too sporadic for me to really be engaged in it. I appreciate their efforts, but I don't feel that the message of the film was communicated as well as it could have been.

dan u (es) wrote: Have watched this movie at least 10 times, and every time I have cried. But, i will watch it a thousand more times.

Pegah P (us) wrote: Watching Lili Taylor play Valerie Solanas, the woman who almost killed Warhol, was awesome. Not so sure if the characters (particularly Warhol's) were portrayed factually and with accuracy. In that, I feel the film suffered and was often immature.

Claire T (jp) wrote: loved this film, it's very funny it stars John Cleese, I got it on DVD, John Cleese and Alison Steadman were great together, I thought it was a great British comedy, it's an great film it was actually better than what I thought

Steve M (ru) wrote: I saw this film, projected, some time in the 70s. Very moving. Would that it were available on dvd!

Christopher S (it) wrote: I was skeptical about the idea of Ken Russell directing an old-fashioned G-rated musical, but fortunately the result is just as surreally weird, witty, and visually impressive as you'd expect from Russell. The top-notch cast, led by the adorable Twiggy, keeps the madcap energy high, even if the songs themselves are merely adequate and some of the musical numbers go on too long. A whole lot of offbeat fun, Russell fans should not pass this one up.

Knox M (fr) wrote: Nearly superb and richer than chocolate mousse.

Doug C (nl) wrote: Tough to take. A must see if you're into Japanese cinema.

Cooper H (ca) wrote: Im quite a fussy movie goer & I don't like many. But this movie is one of the best I've seen and is the only that has ever brought a tear to my eye.

Areeque T (us) wrote: The American parts were probably written by the British writers too. Nobody in the Hill behaves that way, haha!