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Víctor Laplace
Paula Volpe
Enrique Liporace
Marcela López Rey
María Gabriela Epumer
Señorita Li
Bahiano ...
(as Fernando 'Bahiano' Hortal)
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I can't believe how big is this production....it's amazing and incredible......It's impossible to believe this is from Latin America......TWO THUMBS UP....
27 May 2006 | by (España) – See all my reviews

Peligro Nuclear is an action movie, something unusual in Argentinean market. The production is so huge and big that it seems to be an American action movie. The plot is very strong and political, leading the story of a soldier's son who died in Malvinas war. Since the beginning the action is a serious matter. No time to breathe. The performance of the actors are really believable and goes perfectly well with the story and the actions sequences. The cinematography is excellent and provably the best ever made in Argentina so far, with a little bit of reminiscence of John Woo style. Even the locations looks from other country. And the direction is one of the best features on this movie, because in every minute you can't tell this is a Latin American movie. It's a pure kinetic political adventure with truly one of the best movies shootout's ever seen!! The gunfight is a cinematic masterpiece where the wounded, dead, and hostages were highlighted in a sudden absence of sound when the camera chanced upon them. When one of the lead actors dies, all sound and noise are taken away leaving nothing but silence, to remind us that this is not a gratuitous shootout, it's about the victims caught up in senseless greed and power. Perfect. Absolutely perfect. It's amazing and incredible...... TWO THUMBS UP....


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