Miranda, a sex addict, works for a radio station and is married to a cop. She signs up for therapy in order to deal with her sex addiction. Also in the group is Javier, a sex-phone junkie. The two misfits hit it off and a torid affair ensues. But things get a little complicated when Javier finds out that this phone sex trysts have been secretly taped and being distributed all over Madrid, and that his ex-wife is living with his business partner. Elsewhere, while investigating a murder case, Felix discovers Miranda's affair with Javier.
Writer:Joaquín Oristrell (novel), Joaquín Oristrell (screenplay), Yolanda García Serrano (screenplay), Juan Luis Iborra (screenplay), Manuel Gómez Pereira (s
Miranda is a crew member of a nightly radio programmme. She and her husband Felix, a cop, are parents of a girl. Miranda's daily dog walking strolls are excuses to pursue sexual encounters ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Walter M (mx) wrote: So, you have probably heard the story about the woman who won a multi-million dollar court case because she spilled coffee on herself at McDonald's, and perhaps had a good laugh at it. Except it is no laughing matter when it happened to 79-year old Stella Liebeck, who almost died due to the severe burns, as evidenced by some very graphic photographs. And she was one of seven hundred such complaints that would lead McDonald's to lower the temperature of their coffee. That same case would also turn out to be the prime example that the Tort Reform movement would use in calling for the elimination of so called frivolous lawsuits and reduction of court damages. What they are really interested in is corporate profits, and even go so far as to fix the game by funding the election of amenable judges. To the credit of the documentary "Hot Coffee," it is not only interested in showing that there are two sides to every story but to also show why the civil court system is so necessary in allowing for citizens to seek redress, address wrongs and prevent future tragedies. What the film does so well is to put a very human face on these cases by also citing a neo-natal malpractice case and a young woman who was gang raped while working for Halliburton in Iraq. And now I have a newfound respect for Al Franken.
britnee j (nl) wrote: Just finished watching this exhausting film. It was amzing and absolutely exceeded my expectations. It avoided most cliches and cheesy dialogue, which is so hard to find in movies anymore. This original and heartbreaking movie was superior in acting, in story line, and in direction.
Avinash P (ru) wrote: Vijay Dinanath Chauhan ... poora naam ... "The" Revenge Flick
Al H (br) wrote: A movie not so bad as 11/11/11 and 12/12/12
Jamie C (fr) wrote: Not as good as I was hoping for, I did enjoy the story, But the acting wasn't great and it was poorly edited, The effects were very dated but it did have some ok action but apart from that there's nothing really to remember.
Michael T (kr) wrote: A very creative film about the Stonewall riots. The director died right around the time of its release.