An amusing minimalist frieze in fifteen episodes about human behavior (Desire, Submission, Love, Jealousy, Wisdom, Honesty, Sincerity, Passion, Faith...) situated between two fantastic stories about Willpower and Doubt.
Her name is Mina, but she is called Bambola (doll). Upon the death of her mother, she and her homosexual brother, Flavio, open a pizzeria. A man named Ugo loans Bambola the money, but is ... See full summary »
A family experiences two traumatic events in a lapse of forty-odd years: the loss of one of the family members and how this affects the others; and the arrival of new neighbors, strangers, who upset the family and supposed social harmony.
I ralize why americans din't understand tha movie!!!
Ok, first of all this movie isn't in spanish, it isn't a spanish dialect. That comment is really offensive to all the catalonians, ok let's see english is a "dialect" of latin as catalan is a "dialect" of latin. Please before you write about something, you better know what you are talking about. You couldn't understand the dialogues because it's a completely different language. Catalan is a language spoken by 10 million people, and it has an incredible history. But let's talk about the movie, it's a really good one, of course it could be better but our independent cinema has a budget that could only pay the first 5 minutes of any american "independent" film. The story is really good, the idea is great but it could be treated better, nevertheless it's a good story and Sergi Lopez is great in his small role as an assassin, who realize that he has ruin his whole life. Ventura Pons is a good director but sometimes he made films that look too much indie or independet that can ruin a movie.
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