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Fin de siglo

Fin de siglo is a movie starring Juan Barberini, Ramon Pujol, and Mía Maestro. Two men meet in Barcelona and after spending a day together they realize that they have already met twenty years ago.

Other Titles
Fin du Siècle, End of the Century, 預見上個世紀末的你, Fin De Siglo, Fin de Siècle, Koniec wieku, Kraj veka
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama
Director
Lucio Castro
Writer
Lucio Castro
Actors
Ramon Pujol, Mía Maestro, Mariano Lopez Seoane, Juan Barberini
Country
Argentina
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Two men meet in Barcelona and after spending a day together they realize that they have already met twenty years ago.

Comments about drama «Fin de siglo» (7)

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Ethan Campbell

A film of two people, two worlds, and one woman's very own experience of them. And how the world of two worlds intersects at the end. This is one of the few films I've seen where the two main characters are the same person. The film itself is very well done, the music is very fitting and fits the mood of the film, and the actors do a very good job of playing the characters they're portraying. It's very well made and is a film that will be appreciated by many.

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Paul H.

The Danish film of the year was published in October 2002. It was directed by Olafur Darri Olafsson and starring Fassbinder and the Hungarian actor Andras Korsch. It tells the story of a man who is a transvestite in a modern society. The film was shot in Black and White and a very good soundtrack by the Hungarian singer Lajos Gadeanu, together with the soundtrack from the Austrian music group Mein Fassner, makes the movie very appealing to a broader audience. The movie was very well received at the time of its release and it has been praised by some critics. The main actor Fassbinder plays a man who is born with a full set of breasts. He is a transvestite, a man who prefers women to men and is a man who prefers to be treated by women. He is also a musician who is trying to make a name for himself as a musician. The film is also about a man who is a painter and a woman who is a streetwalker. The film is very well made and is a great work of art.

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Kathy

A woman's fascination with the dead and their sudden and unexpected return to life is what makes this movie so good. The people she meets and falls in love with are the dead, but also people who have passed away and have been sent back to life. One of the women is a widow and has a young son, who is kept in the basement of the apartment building where the woman lives. Another woman lives in a small apartment in the city. The story goes on and on and on. The director makes it easy to follow the plot, and makes the film visually interesting. If you have seen this film before, I would recommend that you do not watch it again, because it has a very strange and weird ending. But if you have not seen this movie before, you will enjoy it.

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Richard B.

This movie really is the highlight of the film-making in this year's Cannes Film Festival. I've been a fan of the film since it's release in 2008. The first time I saw it, I thought it was great, and when it was re-released in the summer of 2011, I had to see it again, and I have to say, it's not the same. The plot is not as clear as it was in the original. There's too many characters, and not enough story. The acting is not as good, and the movie doesn't seem as long. There's no suspense. The ending is confusing. There's a lot of family drama in this movie, and the parents aren't very good. The only thing I liked about the movie is the cinematography. The cinematography is great. I can't think of anything else to say about this film. It's great. Don't miss it. This is the best movie of the year. There's no better movie. I give it 8/10.

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Susan Wade

A wonderfully made film. The characters are so real, you can really feel the pain and the joy of their lives. I was sad to see it end, but I was happy to see it end. I wish more movies like this one would be made. It's a true story of a man who has to choose between his wife and his job. The film is very sad and I was glad to see the end. I was also glad to see the beautiful scenery. I'm sure the film would have been better if it had been longer. I was a bit disappointed that it ended like that. I would have loved to see the story continue. But it ended so beautifully, I was glad to see it end.

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Kathleen Burns

In "The American Dream" writer/director Michael Haneke examines how American society and its values have been manipulated to justify the success of its military industrial complex. With a dialogue heavy on sentimentality, the film's main character, a college student named Ali, undergoes a series of events that would have been the subject of a more conventional narrative: Ali loses his virginity to a white man (Zach Braff), is manipulated by his parents to adopt a white name and change his ethnic background, is a victim of bullying at school, and suffers sexual assault from a black classmate. When Ali confronts his parents about the sexual abuse, he is told to pretend he doesn't know his parents are white. Ali refuses, and is punished by his parents for speaking out against the racist system. This film is more of a narrative than a narrative-driven film, which is probably its strength. The narrative itself is a disjointed series of events that run parallel to one another. These events are supposed to have a purpose, but the narrative structure is so confusing and the characters are so clearly lacking in depth, it's hard to follow what's going on. Still, the film is powerful, especially in its use of music. The score is a combination of hip-hop, classical, and the sounds of children playing. The music is an integral part of the film, and is also a powerful way to emphasize the conflict between Ali and his parents. "The American Dream" is a powerful and unsettling film. It's not a particularly good film, but it's a great film. It's well worth seeing.

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Joe O.

This is a great movie about a woman who believes that a marriage is more than a financial agreement. It shows the desperation of a woman who cannot get a marriage because of the political pressure and the fact that she has no money. She is very desperate. It is about the mentality of a woman who is in a bad situation. It is very sad. It shows the difference between the world of the rich and the poor, and the world of the middle class. It shows the poor feeling of a woman who is poor and she doesn't know what to do.