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Numbered Days (1994)

Días contados (original title)
A member of the ETA terrorist organization belongs to a commando which is preparing an outrage in Madrid. But he sets other priorities when he meets a girl who is addicted to drugs and for ... See full summary »

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Antonio (as Carmelo Gomez)
Ruth Gabriel ... Charo
... Lisardo
... Rafa
... Vanesa
... Lourdes (as Elvira Minguez)
... Ugarte (as Pepon Nieto)
... Carlos
Chacho Carreras ... Portugués
... Alfredo
Raquel Sanchís ... Rosa (as Raquel Sanchis)
David Pinilla ... Matías
Pepe Colmenero ... Policía Joven
Marga Sánchez ... Clara (as Marga Sanchez)
... Artista Callejera
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A member of the ETA terrorist organization belongs to a commando which is preparing an outrage in Madrid. But he sets other priorities when he meets a girl who is addicted to drugs and for whom he feels a strong attraction. Written by Volker Boehm

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6 October 1994 (Spain)  »

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Numbered Days  »

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Vanessa: We are not whores, are we?
Charo: I don't know. Maybe we are
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Cuando me besas
Written by R. Mendoza
Performed by Antonio Machín
Courtesy of DIVUCSA
By Arrangement With BOCSA
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Stunning performance by Bardem in one of the best films by Uribe
21 August 2003 | by See all my reviews

Touching the terror topic in Spain (maybe all around the world these days after Sept 11) is somehow dangerous. Uribe probably knows this and thus focuses the plot on human relationships presenting two different character types: joint by marginality we can find an ETA activist (Carmelo Gómez) going to Madrid to prepare a bomb attack and, on the other hand, a group of really marginal characters that represent the lowest class and conditions in a big metropolis such as Madrid; a couple of prostitutes (Ruth Gabriel and Candela Peña)and an incredibly played junkie called Lisardo(in according to my opinion best role ever played by the now worldwide famous Javier Bardem). Apart from the fact that the plot of the movie is well sketched and the characters quite credible (although Carmelo Gómez's character is probably not as well presented as the rest), this movie is worth-a-watch just for Bardem himself. After this, any of Bardem films are interesting, but none of his performances were better than this.


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