The Naked Eye

The Naked Eye

Begoña is a thirty something consultant who has rebelled against her upper middle class background and has overdone it with sex ever since her youth. On recommendation of her psychoanalyst she keeps a video diary of her encounters using a palm-sized video gadget called "The Owl". On Christmas Eve, reluctantly, Begoña goes to have dinner with her dysfunctional family: her stern mother, her married brother and her younger sister. Soon, Begoña, the family’s black sheep, clash with her relatives. She leaves abruptly in disharmony, only her sister seems sympathetic towards her. The same night in a bar, Begoña is befriended by Daniel a solitary handsome man in his late teens. The attractive and self assure Begoña draws his attention, but when her on and off ex boyfriend Elio, and adventurous biker, shows up at the bar, an argument ensures between Elio and Daniel.

Begoña is a thirty something consultant who has rebelled against her upper middle class background and has overdone it with sex ever since her youth. On recommendation of her psychoanalyst she keeps a video diary of her encounters using a palm-sized video gadget called "The Owl". On Christmas Eve, reluctantly, Begoña goes to have dinner with her dysfunctional family: her stern mother, her married brother and her younger sister. Soon, Begoña, the family’s black sheep, clash with her relatives. She leaves abruptly in disharmony, only her sister seems sympathetic towards her. The same night in a bar, Begoña is befriended by Daniel a solitary handsome man in his late teens. The attractive and self assure Begoña draws his attention, but when her on and off ex boyfriend Elio, and adventurous biker, shows up at the bar, an argument ensures between Elio and Daniel. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Harpreet S (it) wrote: "Talaash" is labeled as a neo-noir mystery (blasphemy); it stars Aamir Khan (a major star in Bollywood) who plays a police officer in search of the motive behind a movie star's death. Although I have been very critical of Bollywood, I will say Khan has done some unconventional work in the past; strictly for Bollywood standards. The film's director is Reema Kagti who I know from "Honeymoon Travels Pvt. Ltd." I frankly have no idea where she was going with "Talaash." Viewing the trailer I expected it to be mainly a thriller, but as the story goes on you are baffled and amazed at the same time. While following Khan's character, the director keeps on adding other storylines: the relationship of a husband and wife after their son's accidental death, a police officer possibly in love with a prostitute, among other supernatural undertakings that I will not spoil. I can't remember the last time I enjoyed such a bad movie, what happens in it defies all logic. It's a film where you appreciate and enjoy watching the characters interacting within their respective relationships, but when looking at the film as a whole, from start to finish you see disorganization. Some of the stuff that happens is just ridiculous. The sequences underwater look artificial; the showcasing of how the movie star dies is also not believable among other minor things. All I did was enjoy the ride, I was surprised at how it turned out; an awful film that you just can't stop enjoying but at the same time can't believe how its staff took it so seriously. I share an affinity and contempt with Bollywood movies because I've been watching them all my life but I can't help noticing their shortcomings, so in all I had fun, especially considering I had not seen a film in over a month.

Gregory W (ag) wrote: good fish out of water story

Markus S (us) wrote: Good movie, although the ending feels a little flat.

Jamison R (gb) wrote: This is a cool film based on the book of the same name. It's technically a documentary about Black River Falls, Wisconsin late 1800s & the strange string of deaths that befell them. However, along with the archival pictures & newspaper stories, reenactments are added in to enhance it. The main narrator is tremendous but the narrator for the insane asylum segments made a distracting & annoying choice to whisper everything. All in all, its a good film, but not really notable & never supersedes the book.

Charles P (ca) wrote: A modest, spellbinding film that cherishes conversation, debate, and the spoken word.

Brian R (ru) wrote: "I didn't squawk about the steak, dear. I merely said I didn't see that old horse that used to be tethered outside here."Bizarre but brilliant. Fields gives free rein to his surreal flights of fancy in his last big film. My favourite moment comes near the end when he goes into an ice cream parlour and breaks the fourth wall: "This scene was supposed to be in a saloon but the censor cut it out..." (They did too!)

Tengku Z (kr) wrote: The movie is obviously lacking in the intelligence of the previous Bourne series. And what's with that sudden ending?

Brian H (ru) wrote: Great movie I loved in my twenties...only for the fact of the special cameo of Kristy McNichols' colorful support as a sexy cowgirl tease. Wonderful dance scene in the bar on the skating rink. Woo Doggy! Sexy Sexy Sexy! Zalman King knows how to make quality soft core porn. It's like a harlequin romance come to life but it's great as a late night "I can't get to sleep" movie. Curl up in the dark with some popcorn and enjoy the cheese.

Morgan W (mx) wrote: sequel to vampire hunter d(1985) great sequel & is a great follow up to the first film. based off of the third novel.