Salvador (Puig Antich)

Salvador (Puig Antich)

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A profile of anarchist and bank-robber Salvador Puig Antich, whose 1974 execution under the dictatorship of Francisco Franco ushered in a period of unrest that helped Spain transition to democracy. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Salvador (Puig Antich) torrent reviews

Marnie Z (ru) wrote: This is extremely horrible. I watched it (watched part of it) thinking there might be a comedy factor - no..

Chris (kr) wrote: Could've been great if Angela didn't go all pretentious on us, Lucky ain't that bad of an actor either.Oh, and the chick who played Eva is damn hot.

Mishal W (de) wrote: it was a really good movie, but really sad

Lee M (mx) wrote: A trite, cliched, hackneyed attempt at dramatizing self-discovery and romantic love with a culminating act that is ridiculously absurd.

Ravan Florentin P (fr) wrote: disappointed in the writer , he's a whore

Linus M (mx) wrote: Insists that violence is only real when captured by a camera team, making the camera the real villain by desensitizing the audience. The melodrama is very convincing. More disturbing than the camera crew's casual attitude towards violence is Ben's family's inattentive unconscious love for him, and their denial or ignorance of how insane he is.

Allan C (us) wrote: This is a film I've always had a soft spot for. It's a fairly standard mob story about Sean Penn returning to his old Hell's Kitchen neighborhood, finding his greasy haired childhood friend, Gary Oldman, the #2 man in the Irish mob and his older brother, Ed Harris, now the mob boss of the Kitchen. Harris is looking to move up in the world and is starting to align himself with the Italian mob, though Oldman is a wild card who could mess things up. There's also Harris and Oldman's younger sister, Robin Wright, who's doing everything she can to leave the Kitchen and the criminal life behind, but then becomes involved with Penn. Director Phil Joanou is a director I've loved ever since "Three O'Clock High" and regularly made smart and visually arresting films, this one fitting that bill as well. Jordan Cronenweth provided some amazing photography and paints the Hell's Kitchen setting with rich vivid colors. Ennio Morricone did the score (one of his last big American films) and the film was the sole effort by playwright Dennis McINtyre, who died shortly after completing the screenplay. I've read that David Rabe did some rewrites on the screenplay, which may account for some of the more more overwritten speechifying moments in the film that take you out of the gritty dialogue that makes up the rest of the film. There also a good supporting cast that includes John Turturro, Burgess Meredith (in a great one scene performance), R.D. Call (as Harris' very scary henchman), Joe Viterelli as the Italian mob boss and John C. Reilly loser friend of Oldman and Penn's. Reilly was very memorable in "Casualties of War" but it was this film that really made me think this guy can really act and made me remember the guy. Watching this film almost 25 years later, it still holds up and it really makes me want to see a new phone from director Phil Joanou. It's not a perfect film, but it's got great atmosphere, some terrific performances (especially by Oldman and Harris), a great Morricone score, and is a visually sticking film. This is a must see for fans of mob films for fans of Gary Oldman.

Justin B (es) wrote: Deliciously inventive slice of lively low budget zombie fun.

Levii P (ru) wrote: a great movie to watch. eay flowing plot..

Michael B (it) wrote: Outstanding concert film that showcases Pryor doing what he did best: making an audience laugh through his virtuoso mix of raw humor and tragic vulnerability.

CJ C (ru) wrote: Not as good as WESTWORLD, but Yul does return briefly.

Leticia R (de) wrote: Jane Mansfield looks beutiful in this movie.

Garrett C (es) wrote: Was a good story just took to long

Becca W (jp) wrote: This movie is too long with a less than compelling story.

Robert C (mx) wrote: They don't make 'em like this anymore. Frankly, they should have never made this one. Johnnie Ray and Marilyn Monroe were horribly miscast. At least someone had the good sense to limit Mr. Ray's screen time after he was established as a member of the family. But poor Marilyn, I would swear this was an attempt to derail her career. She was vastly out of place. That is not to say she didn't have talent, but hers did not lend themselves to the old-fashioned vaudevillian style of singing, dancing, and line reading. The screenplay was atrocious, and character development was worse. I never got the sense that the characters were remotely related to each other The situations weren't relateable, but felt like they were strung together just so somebody could say there was a plot.I gave it one and a half star because the music is great. People would be better off buying the soundtrack so they didn't have to deal with utter crap between these great songs.