A la deriva

A la deriva

Anna returns from Africa, where he worked two years in an NGO, and is hired as a security guard at an exclusive health center on the outskirts of Barcelona. By breaking with her ​​boyfriend and go home, a colleague leaves a camper as temporary housing. Spend a few weeks on a wilderness camping and then installed in the parking lot of a service area of the highway. On a night patrol work meets a young, admitted by court order, do not walk because of paralysis and refuses to reveal his identity.

Anna returns from Africa where she had been working as a nurse for an NGO on the front line in an area of conflict. She gets a job as a security guard at an exclusive health center where she meets a troubled young man. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


A la deriva torrent reviews

Michael B (au) wrote: This documentary completely destroys the myth that the U.S. Government has brainwashed millions of americans to believe, they will have you believe their conspiracy theory not based on evidence, but on faith. After seeing this documentary there can be no doubt left that there is much more to 9/11 than what we've been told, and now what we need is a real investigation to uncover the persons involved and criminal trials for the true perpetrators of 9/11.

Shane L (gb) wrote: It was alright. Not the best doc I've seen. Doesn't really get down to who they really are as people and athletes.

James D (jp) wrote: This is pretty bad. I appreciate can Bollywood attempting a horror film, but damn! Pick a language and stick to it. And the soundtrack... pick a genre! You can't do electric guitar and classical Indian without sounding stupid. As for the snake-on-snake and snake-on-girl softcore... UGH. EEW. NO. That would have been bad enough without the porno-esque music.

Canem C (de) wrote: it is a regular love story; and as a technique, it is like "500 days of Summer"...but this has a getbacktogether ending...mmm, unless you have anything better to see...

Toma G (ru) wrote: This movie doesn't deserve one (any) star but just because I love John Cusack too much, even his worst movie should get anything. Right from the start I wasn't sure that Cusack can be actually casted as a spy. Now I know for sure - he can't. But if that was the only problem of the movie, it wouldn't be that bad. Unfortunately, miscast was just the beginning. Until the end of the movie you can't understand - what genre director was trying to show here? Romance? Sort of. Detective? Sort of as well. Everything looks way too undone here, as if some ideas were just written down, but never make it till the end.

CJ C (us) wrote: Art or BS?... Ive gotta go with BS lol.

Brian E (ag) wrote: Not sure why I spent the time on this. Oh, wait - it was only $1.99 at a dvd clearance, and I had Alex Proyas-fever after watching 'The Know1ng' and also reminiscing how marvelous 'The Crow' and 'Dark City' were! Well, it's easy to see that 'Garage Days' was Proyas' outcast film, as it's a complete recess from sci-fi and thriller. Being a struggling musician in my time, I found it endearing that he made this departure Aussie film about 4 friends struggling to make it in the glam'd-out punk rock scene. However - the elitist asshole in me wants to say "Alex Proyas... do you even know a fucking thing about punk rock or any underground music scene?!". The kind of punk rock portrayed in this goofball flick is one of a complete bastardization - the kind where you play dress-up and play shitty music... instead of the 'real' punk rock... where you look dirty and play shitty music. Well, it turns out that this film begins to unfold into something completely endearing, actually - in that near-lovable '7th Heaven / Dawson's Creek' way - the kind of entertainment where the film realizes its own idiocies and embraces it. In a turn for the better. The band even realizes the music they make is shitty. Hooray. I'm not alone on this! Plus, to top it off - Limp Bizkit makes a live music cameo. Yeah, the director has to know this is a shitty film laced with cheesy sleazy love stories, bad drug trips, and a laughable, over-the-top script - but it's a shitty film that kind of stole my heart at the end, honestly. With all ingredients combined, we're watching 'SLC Punk' meets a piss-poor 'Trainspotting'.

Lori W (us) wrote: I always said that children ruin your life. This film proves it.

Yuriy T (it) wrote: Second time it's even more fun. Really good comedy for cinephile. Also great choice for music.

Alejandro M (de) wrote: Ah pero tambin vi esta y es ganadora!

Jason J (de) wrote: Now this is what 70s "exploitation" is all about and it's never been released in the UK. Everything about this flick - right down to the title - represents the genre in a near perfect mesh of unrestrained wickedness and a solid revenge story. Christina Lindberg is one viciously attractive woman - the eye patch/trench coat-combo and an artillery that definitely compliments her dead-pan demeanour throughout her rampage. Her appearance is quite special and this movie exemplifies perfectly that sometimes silence speaks more than words. Tarantino got his inspiration for Elle Driver off "Kill Bill" from this movie. The movie has some really disturbing scenes. There is an eye being punctured by a knife which was unfortunately done to a real life dead body of a girl that committed suicide. Thriller is also not a movie for those who want fast-paced action, snappy dialog or basic storytelling and since the main character is a mute girl who doesn't have a single line in the entire movie, it does require some patience. And don't expect any ingenious fight scenes because the girl learned martial arts. The fight scenes are filmed in extreme slow-motion which is quite tedious to watch. Overall it's a good movie but it could have turned out to be much better.

Greg S (mx) wrote: Opposed by incompetent spy Sparks Moran, a shady American expatriate and his gang of crooks try to cheat General Tostada and his crew out of the gold they are smuggling out of post-revolutionary Cuba by pretending a sea monster is on the loose. A surprisingly incompetent attempt at comedy from usually dependable screenwriter Charles W. Griffith that's only memorable because of the (deliberately) ridiculous looking, ping pong ball-eyed monster that shows up in the very end.

brian m (ag) wrote: bad writing made a disappointing story. terrible acting made unconvincing and downright annoying characters (epescially Driscoll and Axel).

Jay L (es) wrote: I loved this movie! An amazing story that really should be played in more theaters!

Juan A (gb) wrote: Wow! This movie is so bad that it's good. Too funny ... lol