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Buñuel en el laberinto de las tortugas

Buñuel en el laberinto de las tortugas is a movie starring Jorge Usón, Fernando Ramos, and Luis Enrique de Tomás. The true story of how Luis Buñuel made his third movie.

Other Titles
Ο Μπουνιουέλ στο Λαβύρινθο με τις Χελώνες, Bunuel après l'âge d'or, Buñuel in the Labyrinth of the Turtles, Buñuel - Im Labyrinth der Schildkröten, 布紐爾超現實人生, Buñuel après l'Âge d'or, Buñuel i skildpaddernes labyrint, Buñuel - Nel labirinto delle tartarughe, Buñuel im Labyrinth der Schildkröten
Running Time
1 hours 20 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
History, Drama, Animation, Biography
Director
Salvador Simó
Writer
Fermín Solís, Salvador Simó, Eligio R. Montero
Actors
Cyril Corral, Jorge Usón, Luis Enrique de Tomás, Fernando Ramos
Country
Spain, Netherlands, Germany
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The true story of how Luis Buñuel made his third movie.

Comments about history «Buñuel en el laberinto de las tortugas» (14)

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Mark Hoffman

While the movie doesn't fall into the same trap as the film "Seven," it still does a good job of reflecting on the way we often see death on the news. While the story of the monkey's death was based on an actual incident, it is not presented as a biopic. Instead, it is presented as a painting, and that's why I like the movie. You see the painting as an animation, rather than an accurate depiction of what really happened. I think that is the key to the movie's success. The movie is different than the film because it is an animated movie, and this is one of the things that makes it special. The story is told in a unique way that makes it interesting. I think the movie would have been better if it was a documentary instead, because it would be less interesting.

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Alice Mendoza

Pablo Sanchez is a long time butler of the family of Orson Welles. The story of a young boy (Omar Ocampo) who is too young to see the movie the family of Orson Welles is watching and the so called "My Father" the man who tries to betray the Welles family. "A Tale of Two Sisters" is an interesting story of the political art of Mexico and its love for art and its love of art itself. We have two sisters who become an important part of this story. The story starts out with a simple story. Then the mother of the sisters goes to the cinema to watch the movie "Pablo" to see if she should go to the cinema. "Pablo" is a movie with a different approach to the art of cinema. It is the story of two sisters who are the victims of a certain Spanish society that is trying to destroy the arts. "A Tale of Two Sisters" is a very beautiful and moving story. I think this is a good movie to watch. It is a movie that I would recommend for anyone who wants to learn more about the art of cinema.

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Sara

As a child, the film is shown with a clever 3D effect. I like this effect. I wonder, if there is some symbolic meaning in this film. I could find no symbolic meaning in the film, except a few moments, and that is a good thing. As a whole, it is an amazing work of art. It is a great tribute to Marcelo Dicaprio, and to the art of cinema. This is a film for people who love movies and art, not only for people who like films. It is a great movie, that is worth watching for the artistry, not for the artistry.

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Joyce Roberts

At first glance, this film seems to be a short film about the life of a single mother, but the film was actually a film about her children and how they cope with the constant scrutiny and separation from their mother. The film was directed by Antonio Banderas, who also did the music for the film. She also did the soundtracks for several other films as well, including: The Birdcage, The Go-Go's, Children of a Lesser God, Gangster No. 1, and Murder on the Orient Express. This is the first film from Banderas I have seen, but I did see The Go-Go's and The Birdcage, so it is not really my first film from him. This is a film that will get you to think about your relationship with your parents, and I believe this film will help you to start doing that too.

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Sarah C.

I am an avid viewer of Spanish films, and always have been. So I was really looking forward to this movie, but was quite disappointed. The film is a visual masterpiece, however the screenplay is weak. I understand that the director wanted to convey his opinion and feelings about the world, but he has failed to do so. The entire movie is full of scenes that have no point. I was not impressed by the acting and the story, because I expected more from a Spanish movie. I guess my biggest problem is that the director could have done much more with the story. The director could have explored his views about the world, his emotions, and his hopes and fears. If he did this, he could have made a really powerful movie. The best part of the movie is the images, which I have never seen in a Spanish movie before. I will definitely watch the DVD of the movie when it comes out in America.

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Joshua Perkins

Like the man himself, the filmmakers have managed to create a film that feels at once slightly surreal, haunting and utterly beautiful. They are the creators of a film that manages to be both enthralling and terrifying. However, the human factor of the story is ultimately overshadowed by the darkness that is so often the touchstone of this film. The result is an engrossing and memorable experience. The film begins with a young boy, Juan, dying in a car accident. His parents flee the scene, leaving Juan alone in the world. Juan then begins to talk to his grandfather and learns that his mother is pregnant. He seeks his parents out, finding them on a road trip. He soon finds that his parents are not only distant but they have no memory of him. The film then follows the journey of Juan as he attempts to reunite with his father and his mother. He visits her in prison, and the film then ends with Juan and his father on a small beach, where they share a tearful reunion. The entire film is beautifully shot. The camera lingers on each scene, both in close and in distant shots. The shots are largely composed of shots that take place in close-ups. The entire film is filled with long, lingering shots of the ocean and nature, and of the architecture of the beach. The camera lingers on the water for most of the film, as well. The shots are often blurry and the scenes are often dark. These long, lingering shots help create a sense of urgency and distance, and heighten the feeling of isolation. However, despite this quality, the long shots do not always work in the film's favor. There are a number of scenes where the shots are clearly out of focus. In addition, some of the shots are not quite long enough, and the transitions between scenes feel jerky and unnatural. The images and the way they are put together seem to be a bit too chaotic. However, the film is filled with great shots. The film is largely shot in black and white, but it also utilizes various colors, including the colors of the sky and the ocean. The colors are also used to great effect in the landscape and the photography. The music is also used in a number of interesting ways. It is used in a variety of ways. Some of the music is simply music, and is not used at all, while other instances of music are used in a specific way. Some of the music is used to create a sense of dread, and others of it is used in a more surreal way. One of the most interesting

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Christopher S.

This is a movie I could watch over and over again. It has the visual style and the sound design of a Wes Anderson film. I think this is his most personal movie. The story is a very strong one. It is about a man who becomes a recluse, a man who has a difficult childhood and a man who is a father to a young girl. All of these are the ingredients for a very interesting and compelling story. The story is told in a very artistic way. It's hard to understand some of the scenes, but it's worth it. You will be deeply moved by the art direction and the sound design. The sound design is really good. The camera work is great. It is almost like an animated film. This movie is a masterpiece.

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Doris R.

This is a very nice film, if you are a fan of the man. Personally, I like the way he directed it, not the music or the dialogue, but it's the story and the beautiful way that he tells it. The film has a nice pace, although it's not a long one. It's a very, very short film. The acting is good, especially the two children. If you want to see a great film, go see this one.

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Randy Brooks

The film, in spite of its length, is well made. It is a very moving story about love and the issues of commitment, a serious issue that could have been solved with more understanding of the possibilities of love, and the difficulty of doing that without getting caught up in all the emotions that are involved. It is difficult to see any film that has such a unique and profound message. The message is one of life and how to go on living, and the meaning of sacrifice and suffering. "The most beautiful moments of my life are the moments I have lived without giving up." The director has not lost a single point of view. If there is anything he has lost, it is the way he has tried to put his own feelings into the film. He has not given us an original film, but an emotional one, and has given us a beautiful story. I hope that the film will be remembered as a great achievement in the history of cinema.

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Carol

I watched this film with great expectation but was quite disappointed in the end. The film is based on the book of the same name by the same author, Marcelo Garcia Ursi. In the film, it shows how a young painter, Juan Ortega, has lost the opportunity to paint the sea. While he is being attacked by the ship owners, his best friend Juan, arrives with a boat to rescue him. Juan, a painter himself, wants to leave the art world, but his mother forbids him. The film shows the history of the painter Juan Ortega, starting from his childhood. This film is very difficult to understand because of the many words and the pauses between them. The pictures that Juan paints are beautiful and he wants to leave the painters world. He wants to leave painting and he will leave in the end. But, this is the problem of the film. The film is slow and it does not move fast. There is no action in the film. It is not the art, it is the painters. It is a slow, long film. My vote is eight. Title (Brazil): "El laberinto de las tortugas" ("The Last Tale of the Sea")

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Deborah C.

This is a story about two men. The first one is a novelist and the second one a filmmaker. The story is about how two men meet in a bar and become friends. They go to Mexico, meet each other's families and learn about their history. I liked this film because it was a film about friendship. It showed how the two men were able to be friends despite their differences. It was a great film and it was an excellent film. It was very moving and I think that it was a very good film.

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Joyce

I am a huge fan of the Mexican director Alejandro Jodorowsky. I've seen every single one of his films (save 'El Topo') and each one has a special meaning for me. This is the most surrealistic of the films in his canon, yet the most psychologically satisfying. This film is a cross between 'the Fountain' and 'The Last Temptation of Christ' and Jodorowsky's description of the main characters is full of echoes of Shakespeare. These two movies are extremely different in their story telling, yet both have the same fundamental themes: love and religion. They both take place in a utopian future where science and religion are unified. They both share the same theme of a woman's obsession with a young boy, who she eventually turns into a kind of pagan god. The film is told in a hypnotic way that keeps you captivated from beginning to end. The characters are portrayed in a very abstract way, but that doesn't make it boring. The film is packed with symbolism and symbolism is the best part of this film. This is not a film for those who like action, as it is a very slow film that only works on the subconscious level. I would recommend this film to any fan of Alejandro Jodorowsky and to any fan of the surrealist cinema.

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Carl Howell

At first I was a little hesitant to see this film, but I decided to give it a chance. I'm glad I did, because it was an absolute revelation. The first thing I noticed was the breathtaking, beautiful cinematography. I never thought I would be able to see this kind of cinematography in a movie. The pictures were so vivid and beautifully done. The characters were fascinating and I loved the way they all looked, as well as the way they moved. The soundtrack was also great, and the direction was amazing. I also really enjoyed the story. I never thought I would find a story that was so interesting and well-told. I was very surprised. The story was about a man who travels from Spain to Spain to find out more about the country he has never been to. His journey is the story of his life, and it is told in a very interesting way. There is a lot of depth to the story. It's not just about what he wants, but about what he does and what he thinks. It's a very good story. The ending was also very good. I was really surprised. This movie was amazing. It was an amazing experience, and I will definitely be seeing it again. It's definitely a film I will be seeing again.

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Matthew Sanders

I was totally surprised to see this film get the good reviews it got, even more so because I am not really a fan of Mexican films. I liked this one. I have seen it a number of times and always get a new view on the film. I think it is one of the most underrated films of all time. It is very thoughtful and emotional and I think that is what makes it so great. It is not a perfect film, but it is a very, very good film. I have seen it many times and it never gets old.