It had some memorable quotes - but I can't say the script was well done. I generally liked it, though I can't say it was outstanding in any way. I didn't like Lorca that much, though that may be because he kept sticking this tongue down my rob's throat LOL! I also think that the chemistry between Lorca and Dali was non-existent and in all their "intimate" scenes rob looked (and probably felt) like he was being raped. I also think that the poem reading, where it was in Spanish and had an English voice-over at the same time, was tacky and unnecessary, and took the attention away from the content of the poems. I didn't mind the accents so much, despite most critics hating it. I thought the accents helped establish the setting and gave a foreign air to the film. I also liked Bunuel's character, and OBVIOUSLY dali. More than anything else, I liked the artistic and revolutionary lifestyle portrayed in this film, and found it very inspiring. I think overall, for a film of it's magnitude, little ashes was very respectable.
ps. king salvador is as sexy as ever, especially when he speaks french ;) LMFAO!