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Addict actor and producer, Mark, is brought against his will from London to the rehab clinic Vista Clara run by psychologists Bill and his wife Kelly. Mark is addicted to drugs, booze and sex, and joins a few other drug addicts. When the treatment program requires the presence of their families, the clinic invites Mark's wife Jane while Mark sends a private invitation to his girlfriend Pamela. The triangle of lovers brings friction between the women while Bill and Kelly have also problems in their relationship. After a fire, the truth about love and commitment is disclosed in Vista Clara. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
a strange movie. for the story without roots or sense. for the desire to say profound things using, in not inspired manner, stereotypes. but the great sin is the cast. the waste of time of viewer is small front to presence of real good actors in a chaotic film. and that is the awful part because it represents the use of cheep solution for few crumbs of success. the idea could be not bad but the script is out of reason. the pieces from Bergman , the psychology as ingredient in huge dose, the talks without basic axis, the images in waves - skin without body are pillars of the film. and that is all. but, I hope, Rupert Graves or Andie Mc Dowell are too different by the characters universe.
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