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Maravillosa pelicula de conflictos familiares y de como nos sentimos indefensos siendo ancianos y perdiendo facultades..Ãºltima vez que he visto en cine al gran Fernando F.Gomez y siempre agradable ver a Leonardo Sbaraglia y a Geraldine Chaplin.
Un culebron de lujo, muy bien hecho, pero le falta algo... quizas un poco mas de emocion. A Geraldine Chaplin se le nota demasiado que ha ocultado algo toda su vida y la verdad es que su secreto, si no eres tonto, lo adivinas cuando Sbaraglia se asoma a la puerta de Rancel y le abre un tio cachas, supuesto amigo de el...
MUST SEE. Once again proves that there is intelligence out there in movie making (Even if it's not in the U.S.). Actual suspense, intrigue, mystery, drama . . . all with out a big budget. MY FAVORITE MOVIE EVER.
i don't know how to talk about that...just makes my feel tears full of eyes...
Well made film, the story is interesting and the actors are doing their job but it leaves me cold. Pity!
I life few movies in Spanish, usually limited to Almodovar's early work. With a powerhouse performance by Geraldine Chaplin, and other actors I can't recall, this movie's twists and terns leave you on your toes wondering whether its all in the father's head or if its reality. The end scene, and story line, are one of the most poignant in the film. Rating was lowered by two stars because I felt that some tangents were not worth adding.
one of the best movies i have ever seen...cried like a baby
I love that movie, Love never dies...
A la sexualidad del padre que nos hizo... A la madre que retuvo y contuvo... A la vida y la diversidad que nos posee... Al sentimiento de identidad que nos rehuye...
This is a wonderful movie. It is the story of a family whose millionaire grandfather is dying in a hospital in Paris. You see all his relatives arriving from Spain and Argentina to be by side in his final days. But there is a secret to be uncovered. It has every component of a complicated movie ! Enjoy it !