Torremolinos 73 (2005)
Critic Consensus: A light tale that's big on heart, this spicy snapshot of domestic sexuality in '70s Spain treats its wacky protagonists with enough gentle humanity to be delightfully entertaining.
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Critic Reviews for Torremolinos 73
Torremolinos isn't perfect, but it stands as an amusing entry into the world of art-house cinema.
As a first feature-length effort for Berger, Torremolinos 73 shows promise of a director with a humane touch, with or without the extra skin.
The narrative eventually runs out of steam. But writer-director Pablo Berger maintains a lighthearted tone.
It works, but just barely (no pun intended, considering all the nudity).
A small, honest comedy about passion, movies and love, so human that it leaves a bittersweet aftertaste that may soften the laughter and provoke some reflection.
Audience Reviews for Torremolinos 73
Really good surprise. I found this one interesting to watch. The acting was all good. I agree that it seems like something done in the 70s instead of 2005, but that was probably by design. It was humorous in places and I liked the ending. Nothing too explicit in the sex scenes though.
My first movie alone with the one I need. So any title involved could easily get a few bonus rate points. But I remain correct about the impression this movie made to me. To be continued... damn time.
The movie is a throwback to 70's camp and is probably the funniest movie that I have seen in awhile. The characters are honest, innocent and desperate making them hilarious but sad throughout the entire movie. The plot is racy and somewhat over the top, but finds a way to remain believable, likeable, watchable and very funny. The humor is very dry with just a hint of slapstick.
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