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Savages (2001)
"Salvajes" (original title)

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Berta
Imanol Arias ...
Eduardo
Manuel Morón ...
Morís
Roger Casamajor ...
Guillermo
María Isasi ...
Lucía
Alberto Ferreiro ...
Raúl
Emilio Buale ...
Omar
Mario Pardo ...
Turuta
Alicia Sánchez ...
Amparo
Carmen Balagué ...
Sonsoles
Chloé Buale ...
Fatoma
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Santi
Toni Gómez ...
Lobo
Darío Paso ...
Fino
José Luis Alcobendas ...
Fausto
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Salvajes - Nadie vale lo que vale
Written by Bernardo Fuster and Luis Mendo
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Amazingly Bad
10 March 2003 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

I saw this at a film festival and I could not believe how disastrous this film was. Starting with odd, but at least tolerable character sketches (the cop-protagonist spits out gritty lines that would make Jake Vittes blush). There is a brutal scene of violence that brings some of the horrors of the prejudice out. BUT THEN: the film stops caring at all about the prejudice. It never discusses the wheres or whys of how the boys came to these prejudices. Instead, it becomes a mealy-mouther family drama interspersed with shamefully awful euro-trash back beats. As I watched the movie implode in horror, the ending had the worst and most tacked-on cliche... people addressing the camera. To make matters worse, these were immigrants talking to the camera. I assume they never saw the movie, because they think that it had something to do with tolerance and prejudice... I am not clear on what this movie addressed other than ugly people in love scenes.


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