Diego is a film director very close to death, surrounded by people who are having trouble dealing with his current tempestuous mood. Chances are he won't survive, but if he does, that means he needs to relearn how to live.
Maria Fernanda Cândido,
Carmen Uranga is a middle-aged Argentine woman who after living many years in Madrid returns to Buenos Aires to assist her sick father (Héctor Alterio). His sister Ana is a lawyer in charge... See full summary »
Gael García Bernal,
A good book transformed in a very poor movie. As usual a good thats very good it turns out to be a mediocre movie... it lacks of very important parts of the book that are very relevant and would have made a very grate movie... it's a long a book, i know, so. Have they had to shoot the movie in two or three parts? thats for sure.
making a film, like this out of a book like this is criminal...
they forgot about the painter parts.
they show Sophia as a bad woman, when in the books it isn't that bad, is the only woman who can understand him... but having to stretch the filming leads the movie to show the history the way it isn't.
it disappoint's u a little beat, because the film it's just because the book had the repercussion it has and not to show the real spirit of the novel itself
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