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Real Time (2002)

Tiempo real (original title)

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Cast overview:
Jorge Castillo Jorge Castillo ... Jorge
Raúl Santamaría Raúl Santamaría ... Raúl
Leticia Valenzuela Leticia Valenzuela ... Laura
Mónica Lavalle Mónica Lavalle ... Adriana
Waldo Facco Waldo Facco ... Pedro
Félix Lozano Félix Lozano ... Rodrigo
Carlos Ortega Carlos Ortega ... Miguel
Tania Mascareño Tania Mascareño ... Protestante 1
Ixchel Prada Ixchel Prada ... Protestante 2
Eduardo Azuri Eduardo Azuri ... Don Vicente
Roberto Peredo Roberto Peredo ... Velador
Valeria España Valeria España ... Martita
Mario Cisneros Jr. Mario Cisneros Jr. ... Hombre
Elda Rojas Elda Rojas ... Señora
Fabrizio Prada ... Transeúnte


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Release Date:

27 February 2004 (Mexico) See more »

Also Known As:

Real Time See more »

Filming Locations:

Jalapa, Veracruz, Mexico

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital


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They had eight months of rehearsals to be able to shoot it in one take without cuts from the beginning to the end. They made eleven takes. See more »

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The movie is dedicated to Al Lewis, "Grampa Munster". See more »

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A circus trick rather than cinema art
9 December 2005 | by renevanderhoofdSee all my reviews

Tiempo real was all shot in one take. It made the Guiness Book of Records. Now, in my opinion any work of art that applies for the Guiness Book of Records is questionable. Without doubt it is a logistically fairly impressive effort to shoot an entire movie in one take, but so is delivering a paper round on a bike without brakes. What I'm trying to say is that this movie is little more than a circus trick and as a movie itself quite poor. There is no real need for improv acting in a movie, that is the great thing about the medium. In the same way, there was no need to do all of it in one take, if stopping to do it in more takes would have improved the imagery of the movie. Now the movie is neither visually attractive nor well acted. The actors repeat themselves, are clearly lost at some points and all of it looks like a few buddies had a fun afternoon with a video camera.

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