Thirty four year old Goyo, a former open water swimming champion, has been hiding out in the desert. Wrongly accused of doping in the Santa Fe-Coronda Marathon, a 57 kilometer river swim, he has abandoned his career and his dreams. Eight years later, Goyo returns to Santa Fe where the marathon will be held again to try to re-gain his title and clear his name. However, long buried emotions come back to haunt him. He meets Chino, a stubborn and disciplined pool swimmer, who tries hard to be selected for the national team, but fails. Identifying with Chino, Goyo asks him to be his guide on the boat that follows him during the marathon.
- Stars:Rafael Ferro, Nicolás Mateo, Jimena Anganuzzi, Leonora Balcarce, Gloria Carrá, Pablo Testa, Diego Alonso Gómez, Martín Andrada,
- Director:Verónica Chen, Verónica Chen,
- Writer:Verónica Chen, Pablo Lago
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(gb) wrote: This movie is really WTF? It is an ok movie.
(fr) wrote: Wooh! The nerdy boy turning into super strong hero is a staple of comic books and well rendered here, hahaha! Sooo nerdy at first. The A on his forehead is his grade average. Chris Evans really nails the character. Tough and smarty and then growing into chick magnet. But he is ass kicking super. There were lots of references to french in the film. I think the film was quite a bit franco-american at heart. Very cheery and pleasant throughout. I saw winter soldier before and I was pleasantly surprised there also. Here, the downers are the sophistication of the arms for 1943, and so many anachronistic eletronics and mechanical things. Not past millenium at all. Very comic-book. I must give it 1/2 star more than The Avengers though.
(us) wrote: Inspired by the works of Italian comic author Andrea Pazienza, this movie depicts the lives of politically involved students in the 1970s.
(jp) wrote: Intense, sad and quiet realistic in how handle a delicate subject like grief, In the Bedroom is well directed movie full of great performances. (4/5)
(mx) wrote: Pretty damn funny satire on Hollywood. Black Acting School is hilarious.
(fr) wrote: Greatest Movie Ever!
(es) wrote: An early 80's classic and just one of the reasons why Michael Keaton is a king. I've loved this movie for as long as I remember loving movies and it's still watchable 32 years later.
(ag) wrote: Why do I love this movie? I know it's sappy and dated and could have just as well been titled BROKEBACK BRIDGE, but there's something about it. Maybe it's the onscreen chemistry between Robby Benson and Glynnis O'Connor. Or... maybe it's just Glynnis O'Connor, she does have this remarkable "girl next door" quality about her. Hmmm...?
(fr) wrote: A MUST SEE family movie.
(nl) wrote: I find it tragic, enthralling, and mysterious that one of the most innovative films in the history of cinema is also one of the least known. In many ways, it was so far ahead of it's time, and so evolved in terms of the grand vision the film possessed. Simply put, every Epic film in the pantheon of cinematic history owes something to Cabiria. An appropriate and well-deserved nickname for this film would have to be the Godfather of Epics.
(es) wrote: On of my Tsui Ark's favourite movies with Time and Tide.