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Próxima (2007)

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Tony, the owner of a small fantastic film video shop, has found out that at times reality can defy science-fiction. The time has come to embark on a trip to a place nobody has ever been to before.

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Oriol Aubets ...
Tony
Anthony Blake ...
The Messenger
Manel Solás ...
Felix Cadecq
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Néstor
Joan Frank Charansonnet ...
Lucas
Hans Richter ...
Gabriel
Karen Owens ...
Natalia
Manuel Masera ...
Goknur
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Princess Io
Quim Castella ...
Teo
Enric Cervera ...
Néstor assistant
Arantxa Peña ...
Susi
Alfonso Merelo ...
Sci-Fi Congress president
Ernest Mascort ...
Regular customer #01
Antonio Aroca ...
Regular customer #02
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Tony, the owner of a small fantastic film video shop, has found out that at times reality can defy science-fiction. The time has come to embark on a trip to a place nobody has ever been to before.

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The Last Science Fiction Movie

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Tony and Néstor, the psychiatrist, mention quite a few times brainwashing, a mental control technique, frequently used by 20th Century totalitarian regimes and applied on numerous occasions (and, usually, in an illegal way) to the reprogramming for liberated patients of coercive sects. See more »

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Flawed but original and thought provoking sci-fi
22 June 2011 | by See all my reviews

Very interesting low budget Spanish psychological Sci-Fi film, with a quirky sense of humor.

It has holes and weak spots, but I admire it 's aiming high, and using it's tiny budget to the fullest.

This has more in common with 'The Who Fell To Earth' and 'Solaris' than 'Star Wars'.

It's about a shlub sci-fi geek, who may have found a metaphysical portal to another world, or may just be losing his mind.

Full of interesting images and music, at times it gets too cute or clever for it's own good, at other times it drags, and the acting is uneven, but it's certainly more thought provoking than a lot of what's out there.

I could see re-visiting, and even raising it's rating.


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