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Bajo California: El límite del tiempo (1998)

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Damian
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Arce
Fernando Torre Laphame ...
Viejo (as Fernando Torre-Laphan)
Gabriel Retes ...
Caminante
Claudette Maillé ...
Esposa
Ángel Nozagaray ...
Judicial Federal
José Manuel Poncelis ...
Indigena (as Manuel Poncelis)
Emilia Osorio Hinojosa ...
Hija de Damián
Justine Shapiro ...
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8 September 1998 (Mexico)  »

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Under California: The Limit of Time  »

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Penance
23 January 2003 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I'll echo all the Wim Wenders parallels made by other reviewers but I'd also like to add that although the protagonist (a fascinating artist) seems to be searching for 'something', he has a very clear agenda. The accidental hit-and-run murder of a pregnant woman who was trying to reach America has haunted him into returning to his homeland to find a way of serving a spiritual penance. The fact that there is so little dialogue in this film brings us in the audience into the same mesmerizing primal and metaphysical state of our hero. We meditate on landscapes, faces, details, sky, stone... and fuse it with the artist's vision and experience. And we experience a rare opportunity to see an almost aboriginal approach to finding a way of punishing oneself for crimes committed, even if they are accidental.

One of the best films about an artist and the spiritual quest I've seen! Now, somebody PLEASE release this on DVD!!!


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