Pudor is about intimacy, desires, obsessions, secrets and fears that we keep hidden, even from those we love most. The characters in this story are a man who is going to die, a woman who ... See full summary »

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María Florentina Antón ...
Abuela
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Abuelo
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Juan Luis
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Sr. Brown
María Isabel Díaz ...
Enfermera
Nuria González ...
Pilar
Alejandra Lorenzo ...
Vero
Lorena Mateo ...
Carolina
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Julia
Manuel Monteagudo ...
Bedel Colegio
Nancho Novo ...
Alfredo
Fran Piñero ...
Javi
Camilo Rodríguez ...
Director Residencia
Natalia Rodríguez ...
Marisa
Carolina Román ...
Gloria
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Pudor is about intimacy, desires, obsessions, secrets and fears that we keep hidden, even from those we love most. The characters in this story are a man who is going to die, a woman who receives anonymous erotic notes, an older man who is offered a last chance at falling in love, a teenager struggling to handle the doubts generated by puberty and a small boy who sees ghosts. As is the case in many families, in spite of living together, all the characters in Pudor are alone. Written by Polly_Kat

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Para Ser Alguien
Written by Roy Miranda and Álvaro Sánchez
Performed by L.E. Flaco
© Universal Music
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Good directed, bad movie
8 August 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

This is the first movie that I see from Tristan Ulloa, whom I respect very much as an actor. I have not read Rocagliolo's book, which the film is adapted from. The movie is well directed and actors perform OK -this is Ulloa's core -but the plot is too tragic. Opens many stories at the same time, in the same family -and that could happen-, but trying to tell many topics the movie ends not telling a SINGLE one that is . Fidelity, sex, puberty, child molesting, cancer, are all topics intended to be told, but no one is finally developed.

I was very disappointed with the plot, but Ullos showed that he learned a lot of visual language from acting, so I hope next time he gets the right story to tell.


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