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Well-intentioned small-town values run headfirst into corporate determination in Dot.com, director LuÃs GalvÃ£o Teles's offbeat culture clash comedy. The residents of the village known as Ãguas-Altas harbor only one wish: to register their 800-year-old community on the domain name aguasaltas.com. Unfortunately for them, Ãguas-Altas also just happens to be the name of a huge multinational Spanish corporation specializing in mineral water - whose proprietors grow so indignant at the online challenge served up by the villagers that they decide to sue the community for use of the name - little foreseeing the outrageous complications that will result. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi