After connecting with the shy Madeline, a jazz trumpeter embarks on a quest for a more gregarious paramour, but through a series of twists and turns punctuated by an original score, the two lovers seem destined to be together.
Joana Prats suffers from agnosia, a strange neuropsychological illness that affects her perception. Although her eyes and ears are in perfect condition, her brain cannot interpret the ... See full summary »
The Truth About Love
From the Album "Weirder Than Sex"
Recorded at Estudios Katanga,Vitoria
Composed and Performed by Vertigo Surround
Guitars and Lead Vocals: Eugenio Mira
Bass: Mihran Yeranosian
Lead Guitar: Bruce German Sanchez Jimenez
Drums: Vincent Teruel See more »
Whoever wrote this needs to spend more time take writing courses and/or reality courses. The entire plot oscillated between silly, dumb and making no sense. Why put an old skeleton key (only fit old doors to old cabinets) in some really fakey mechanism inside an extremely expensive grand piano? Why not just break into the cabinet (or whatever the key fits) directly without having to go through all this elaborate, low probability, highly unpredictable caper. Or, just break into the piano. Or, just have the pianist play it at some other time like at night. Or, build a small mechanical device to play four notes. The whole laser, cryptic notes, ear phones, accomplice, murders, ending tussle, and then falling 60 feet destroying a piano and his hair looked as perfect as the first scene - all of it was just, Huh? Forgot, the movie is full of red laser pointer dots and beams. Are the several hundred people in the darkened hall blind? What wasted potential!
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