Aventurera

Aventurera

Left alone after her mother runs off with another man and her father kills himself, Elena attempts to make a new life for herself in a new city. Believing he's a friend, Elena goes to dinner with "Pretty Boy" Lucio, but he drugs her champagne and sells her to Rosaura, who runs a brothel out of her nightclub. Elena becomes a sensation as a dancer, but all the while she nurtures plans of revenge against those who have conspired against her.

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Lisbeth P (ag) wrote: No desperdicien su dinero. Tremenda porqueria y desepcion total.

Kevin B (nl) wrote: I want to see the other part

Iain B (es) wrote: Sometimes you get so far into a film before it dawns on you that actually it's a bit shit, but you're so far in you may as well see it out to the end... This was one of those films

Brent C (it) wrote: No cinematic masterpiece but a decent homage to old Kung Fu B-flicks.

Mike V (fr) wrote: This is such a difficult film to comment on. The separate plots in different countries all end up tying in together, some soon and some later. There are tense and powerful moments, but perhaps some of the earlier Japanese scenes could have been shortened. The film is inevitably depressing, examining sets of tragedies and how one person's actions can have far reaching consequences. AAN 1001

Peter H (nl) wrote: If ever there was a movie that illustrated the French approach to film-making, this is it. If you don't enjoy sex mixed with philosophy, steer clear of French cinema.

Leonard D (gb) wrote: Not exactly the perfect fantasy adventure, but, with Sean Connery's performance as Draco, it's still a decent film, even if a little cheesy at times!

Joshua F (ag) wrote: Charlie Sheen, Willem Dafoe, and Tom Berenger all give Oscar worthy performances. Directed by Oliver Stone, this is probably his greatest work. The story is realistic, tense, and unforgettable. The only complaint I have are minor pacing issues.