Te Doy Mis Ojos (Take My Eyes) [NTSC/REGION 1 & 4 DVD. Import-Latin America]
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DVD SIN SUBTITULOS, EN ESPANOL. Cierta noche de invierno, una mujer, Pilar (Laia Marull), sale huyendo de su casa. Lleva consigo apenas cuatro cosas, y a su hijo Juan. Antonio (Luis Tosar), su marido, no tarda en ir a buscarla. Pilar es su sol, dice, y además le ha dado sus ojos... A lo largo de la película, estos personajes irán re-escribiendo ese libro de familia en el que está escrito quién es quién y qué es lo que se espera que hagan, pero en el que todos los conceptos están equivocados: donde dice hogar se lee infierno, donde dice amor hay dolor, y quien promete protección tan sólo produce terror.
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take 2 MONTHS! But I received my movie in 1 WEEK! thats a 5 stars there.
I saw this movie when I was 18,Its not the kind of movie I normally watch,
but is impressing, crude and real so I decided to bough it for my husband, who is
in love with foreign films. Please do not watch with kids, or minors, this is a very
good movie but strong.
This bold film focuses around a typical case of excessive abuse, evident physical violence and mental cruelty exerted by (Can we design this human being a man?) this extremely fearful, visibly dangerous, potential murder and weak mind husband who considers his wife as a possession and enjoyment personal, a simple furniture who may be disposed to clean, cook and make love to satisfy him exclusively. He is far to understand any relationship according this distorted approach only can generate fear and mortal silence, that eventually can become in a time bomb, able to explode anytime.
After you leave the hall, think about and make memory around your social environment. You will ever find weird behavior in many people you knew, in your workplace, in your University classroom (and I do not only mean students but teachers too, as I personally had), AA, distorted behavior patterns that you hardly could understand because you were fortunately living out of that oppressive atmosphere.
A top-notch to watch over and over and a magnificent pretext to initiate open and sincere conferences and discussions around the world about this issue, that pitifully goes on generating serious and unexpected emotional responses in human beings who eventually can reach elevated positions in several power spheres.
Remarkable performances by all cast. Spain is a true nest of promising talents.
Laia Marull (Pilar) and Luis Tosar (Antoinio) won deservedly , the prizes of Best Actress and Best Actor in San Sebastian Film Festival 2003.
An outstanding film. Do not miss.!
And don't forget to Laia, the most prominent actress in years.