La estrategia del caracol

La estrategia del caracol

A group of tenants living in an old house are confronted with having to move out due to a renovation project the city has undertaken. The tenants decide to unite and come up with a strategy, but in the process—while the landlord and his aggressive attorney are chasing them—the tenants transform into the opposite of who they once were.

A lot of people live in an ocupated house; after many years of quiet living, the owner of the house wants them out. They try whatever they can to avoid being put out, without sucess. But ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


La estrategia del caracol torrent reviews

Stuart K (mx) wrote: Based on the 1998 novel by Michael Cunningham, and directed by Stephen Daldrey (Billy Elliot (2000), The Reader (2008) and Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close (2011)), this is a compelling drama set over different time periods but all interconnected in a unique way, 2 of the stories are connected by the work of the real life subject in the third. It's a thoughtful film, and it has a very good cast to it's name. In 1923, Virginia Woolf (Nicole Kidman) writes Mrs Dalloway in her home in the town of Richmond. She has suffered several breakdowns and is bipolar, and she feels like a prisoner in her own home. In 1951, Los Angeles housewife Laura Brown (Julianne Moore) is married to Dan (John C. Reilly) with son Richie (Jack Rovello), but she is unhappy in her marriage and she finds solace in reading Mrs Dalloway. In New York in 2001, Clarissa Vaughan (Meryl Streep) lives the life of Mrs. Dalloway, preparing a party in honour of her former lover and friend Richard Brown (Ed Harris), who is dying from AIDS, and is receiving a major literary award, but Richard isn't happy. It's a bleak film on the surface, all the stories are connected with the theme of suicide, but it's still very compelling, and the trio of actresses on display all give powerful performances, Kidman won the Best Actress Oscar for playing Woolf, but it's a shame her career has taken a downward turn ever since this film.

John B (ca) wrote: Not easily stomached. Sounds like a real gem.

Ryan S (jp) wrote: Walker actually does a good job, with a better supporting cast this would have been a much more suspenseful movie.

Brent M (au) wrote: one of the worst zombie movies i've seen and to be honest I couldn't finish it, so I can't give a full review. The best part was at the beginning of the movie where you see the most poorly done breast augmentation, like hockey pucks. Every woman should see it just to know what a bad one looks like.

Andrei D (ru) wrote: Despre feline, puterea presei, evolutia sufletului si coruptie, totul in olandeza

John R (fr) wrote: 150517: A different film. Made me laugh out loud on at least three occasions. That's got to be worth something, no?

Alan L (jp) wrote: A great returned of the three female heroes but also a sad returned.

Anthony C (it) wrote: pretty awful made for tv remake of richard donners horror classic ingnore this one and watch the oringal trilogy

Carlos M (jp) wrote: The recently restored version as originally intended by Ophls is a sumptuous chef-d'oeuvre. The production design, costumes, the fluid camerawork, the wonderful script, everything is remarkable from the first shot to the last, a great pleasure for the eyes and the heart.

Heather M (it) wrote: This movie was strangely entertaining with some pretty awful special effects.