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This is supposed to be a comedy? So unbelievably not funny. I know Spanish Cinema is dark but how can anyone classify this as a comedy?Published 11 months ago by Swisslegend
A simple and well made film about attempting to cope with life in a post industrial town in a changing world. Read morePublished 15 months ago by unkown
I love Javier Bardem and his movies are always great. And while the acting was superb, if you dont understand much Spanish like me, it is hard to comprehend. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Torcgirl
This cough, cough movie was so boring that we had to shut it down. Don't bother.
Why does this junk even exist?
<strong>Los Lunes al Sol</strong> (Fernando Leon de Aranoa, 2002)
I don't remember who it was that told me, or where I read, nine or ten years ago, that <em>Los... Read more
Being unemployeed is something many can sympathize with. This movie struggles to get off of the ground and I found my thoughts drifting away from the movie at the beginning. Read morePublished on November 21, 2011 by Maria Lynn
Touching, sweet study of a group of unemployed middle aged men in Spain,
struggling to hold on to their dignity. Read more
... brought down Communism in Poland, but it was no match for Capitalism in Spain.
That's a paraphrase of the joke told by Sergei, the only immigrant among the laid-off... Read more