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DivX

Video Codec mpeg4
Resolution 624x336
Video Bitrate 1125kb
Audio Codec mp3
Audio Channels 1
Audio Bitrate 32kb
FPS 25000
File Size 699 Mb
Preview File Size 16 Mb
Language es
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Video Codec flv
Resolution 400x300
Video Bitrate 732kb
Audio Codec mp3
Audio Channels 2
Audio Bitrate 32kb
FPS 25000
File Size 459 Mb
Preview File Size 32 Mb
Language es
Download in Online Low Quality format

Actors

Jean Pierre Reguerraz, Lucas Escariz, Ricardo Darín, Valeria Bertuccelli, Germán Palacios, Carolina Pelleritti, Martín Piroyansky, Inés Efron, Guillermo Angelelli, César Troncoso, Ailín Salas, Luciano Nóbile,

Director

Lucía Puenzo

26 Comments


  1. Vincentiu from Romania
    Dec 28, 2010

    Poem

    Images, confusion, identity search, fear and seeds of different kind of
    love. A hermaphrodite and her family. And the others. A doctor and his
    family. Few days together.Conversation and shadows. And evening of
    words. A teenager, a girl and the people. Escapes as spider web and the
    travel to "normality". A poem. About a minority, essence of small
    lives, parents and children. Few slices about differences as roots of
    everything. Ines Efron as a strange Alex for who the life is field of
    obscure country. A question mark. A storm in temple. It is more than a
    film. It is analysis of desire of happiness. In basic , harsh words. A
    drama and rolls of silence. Behind definitions.


  2. jmatrixrenegade ([email protected]) from NYC
    Nov 04, 2010

    Very good

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

    This is a very good examination of a teenager struggling with gender
    confusion. As with all good films, it is not just about that. It is
    also about how the family and others deal with that and other
    conflicts, the immediate confrontation arising when company arrives.
    The father's ultimate facing up to his child's struggles and what needs
    to be done is also handled very well. An excellent film in any
    language.

    Well, it tells me I need to write more, and I'm not one to deny myself
    of that when possible. Let me add that the whole scene when the dad
    goes to visit someone else who dealt with the same issue was handled
    very well, including the opening distrust when the stranger comes by.

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