Five men are hired to paint the lines of a road. Painting 1 km/hour is slow enough to learn the lines between good and evil, laughter and despair, life and death. The challenges they face will change their lives forever.
A woman in Mexico City, having worked hard for years to finally be in charge of investments in her company, finds that she's being framed for multi million fraud in the company as well as murder of her friend and colleague.
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This is the story of the inner battle of a woman with two personalities: Soledad, a functional and brilliant therapist by day, and Luna, a mysterious DJ who roams the underworld of Mexico City by night.
Really. I know that I saw it because I wrote two or three reviews of it back when, and all of them had been deleted, why, I will never know.
Although I would like to, because I still want to believe in "The freedom of expression", loudly touted but seldom applied.
I didn't used bad words, forbidden expressions or insulting ones, so, the only reason for deleting my reviews must have been:
A) The director of this awful movie felt I was very wrong in my appreciations.
B) Some outraged viewer directly related to the director felt I was hurting his feelings with an unjust critic.
C) The director parents felt also my critic as unjustly punishing and inconvenient for the director's career.
I won't write a FOURTH review, that's for sure, since this bad movie is not even worth of just ONE review, I'm just writing this lines feeling affronted by a censorship that allows so easily to remove a negative review from being published, that's all.
Thank you anyway for publishing these lines.
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