Raimunda (Penélope Cruz) works and lives Madrid with her husband Paco and daughter Paula. Her sister Sole (Lola Dueñas) lives nearby and they both miss their mother Irene (Carmen Maura), who died several years ago in a house fire along with their father. A former neighbor from their hometown reports that she has seen the ghost of Irene and both daughters do not believe her. After a murder and a family tragedy, Irene's spirit materializes around her daughters to help comfort them.

Raimunda and her sister Sole live nearby and they both miss their mother Irene, who died several years ago in a house fire along with their father. One day, Irene returns to her home town in order to fix the situations she couldn't resolve during her life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Alexander N (mx) wrote: Very good. Easily my favorite Glenn Close performance; one of the few Americans with the chops to pull off any kind of accent convincingly. Mia Wasikowska is worth an extra half a star by herself; incandescent, as always. She seems to have been born to be lit by candlelight.

Adrian S (kr) wrote: With a saccharine sweet title and poster like that, you will be forgiven for dismissing Strawberry Shortcakes as just another frivolous chick flick. You'll be in for a surprise as it is a bleak and contemplative look at the solitary lives of four young females living menial lives in Tokyo, searching for love or getting over heart breaks in their own idiosyncratic and painful ways. Though the movie takes its time unravelling the characters, I was drawn into the unemcumbered approach to the story, i.e. no plot contrivances, and the strong and memorable performances of the leads who are so distinctively drawn, warts and all, you can't help but sympathise with them. No matter how dire their circumstances. It is sad to see that females are subjugated even in modern Japanese society.

Brock L (au) wrote: very well done, but a bit too melodramatic at times... Twilight Samurai remains my favorite Yamada film

Marcus M (us) wrote: Blickity... Struggled to finish...enough said

Harry C (br) wrote: 8/10This film has more on its agenda than mere thrills and supense, although those are plentiful. A Hitchcockian thriller in this sense, they don't make them like this any more (at least not in Hollywood), Red Lights relates the troubles of an overly domesticated man trying to regain his manhood and then some. But if there's a moral to this story it's that you should be careful what you wish for . . . or rather, you should be careful how you go about getting what you wish for. I was never sure where this film was going, which made it both interesting and entertaining; interesting being the key word, as this movie might make you rethink a few of your lifestyle choices, if not scare you into changing them; and that is a welcome change onto itself.

Kenny N (gb) wrote: No stars. This movie is high on the list of "all time worst movies ever made," and it's plain to see. There isn't one laugh in it. Not even a giggle. Now in some unfunny comedies (like "North"), you can tell where the jokes are supposed to be, and you have some vague understanding as to why it might be perceived as funny by someone. But here...I can't recall a single instant during this movie where I spotted a joke of some sort. I couldn't at all tell what was supposed to be funny. That right there earns this film it's "worst of all time" badge. If you find any jokes in this movie, please let me know, because either they're so clever and over my head that I'm just missing them, or they made the first ever jokeless comedy. I don't know which.

Matthew J (de) wrote: Sloppy, boring, unfunny and stupid 'Wagons East' went way off-horizon.

Hassan T (br) wrote: probably the great movie of its time and is still a worth watching flick. great effort poured in by the actors and the director

Muffin M (kr) wrote: True story of a daring Israeli commando assault on the Entebbe Airport in Uganda to free hostages of a terrorist hijacking.stars Charles Bronson, Peter Finch, Horst Bucholz, Martin Balsam, John Saxon, Jack Warden, Tige Andrews, Yaphet Kotto and Eddie Constantine.directed by Irvin Kershner.

Carlos M (au) wrote: A decent and visually pleasing 3D CGI stop-motion animation that is enjoyable but doesn't do much outside the box, as it touches upon some interesting themes but never explores them in an entirely satisfying way - even though it does have its share of good moments.

Maridia B (nl) wrote: Only people who worship the 80's will be able to love this movie, as it is the most cliched piece of shit ever made.