• Released
  • February 11, 2011
  • (Limited 2/11)
  • NR , 1 hr 47 min
  • Art House/Foreign
    Romance

Dark and brooding, but riveting

By EllenBT
Written February 13, 2011
This movie is a metaphor for everything that is wrong with Argentina, and is still a gripping tale of political corruption and self-destruction, kind of a very dark remake of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, with less attractive protagonists. It's shot close and the claustrophobia is part of the story. Word of advice: do not rent a car in Argentina!
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Darin a jewel

By jeff2010
Written February 21, 2011
What a good acting, she transmits her fatigue and exhaustion at the limit and him is her exit door, what a good movie I hope if Hollywood do a remake don't kill the idea.
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A confusing, violent depiction with little insight

By cantaloupe
Written February 13, 2011
The film takes on a tough topic (the ways in which a group of criminals prey on the victims of traffic accidents to get rich while depriving the victims of most of the insurance money) and gives us little insight about the characters -- it's mostly a framework on which to hang a series of bloody scenes.
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Carancho

By Glencorse
Written February 14, 2011
I really enjoyed this movie. Well acted, the lead actor was also the lead in The Secret in Their Eyes. Unrelenting in it's portrayal of poverty and misery there is a tender love story hidden here. Definitely worth the cost of admission.
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Carancho

By smj123
Written February 27, 2011
I was very disaponted, seen so mamy movies from Ricardo Darin, these was very dissaponted, I realy was expect better, the rating was not what it was supose to be to give a B+, ia incorrect. Hope next time we look for better rating
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