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El principio de Arquímedes (2004)

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Ángela
Paz Gómez ...
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Félix Casales ...
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26 March 2004 (Spain)  »

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Le principe d'Archimède  »

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La vida es una moneda
Written by Fito Páez (as Rodolfo Páez)
Performed by Olga Román
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ambition and success depends on scary capitalist system
21 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

It had to be in Spain where a director still dares to make a film about the awful corporate state of most Western (not to mention 3rd world) societies. Against the background of this statement, is set a story of self discovery, love for those who were regarded as failures, and admiration for those who reject the American dream, which mostly comes at the price of abuse and inhuman values. Once again proof of Spain's strong cinematic and socially engaged quality. Marta Belastaugui is going to be one of the most wanted actresses in the next few years, mark my words. Alberto Jimenez is always watchable as backstabbing bastard. And the other two main actors also give very good performances. The slick grey/white corporate style and the business district of Madrid as background give the film also visually its distinctive identity. Full marks


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