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(883) 7.3 84 min 2019

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.

Mía Maestro, Ramon Pujol, Juan Barberini, Mariano Lopez Seoane
Lucio Castro

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Lucio Castro
Writer Lucio Castro
Stars Mía Maestro, Ramon Pujol, Juan Barberini, Mariano Lopez Seoane
Country Argentina
Also Known As 預見上個世紀末的你, Kraj veka, Koniec wieku, Fin du Siècle, Fin de Siècle, End of the Century
Runtime 1H 24M
Description Two men meet in Barcelona and after spending a day together they realize that they have already met twenty years ago.

Top reviews

Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 11:43

I was blown away by "The Weatherman". The plot is pretty simple: an older, older man (Ed Harris) with a lot of trouble in his past decides to visit a young boy (Emile Hirsch) in the country. He encounters problems, but overall, it's a very moving story about friendship, forgiveness and respect. The movie isn't a "get to know the characters" story. It's more about showing a character's journey, which takes time, but in the end, you'll have a much better understanding of each character. This movie is based on a book by Jim Sturgess and is written by his son. It's not a typical Hollywood movie. It's more like a poem, or a play, or a poem. The movie is slow and slow-paced, but the movie is about emotions and how to deal with them. Ed Harris is excellent in his role. He delivers a very believable performance. The movie is divided into three parts: the first is the boy's childhood, his family, their problems, and the problems of the town. This part is actually very sad and sad, as you can see the father's struggle with the past and his relationship with his son. The second part is when the father is driving in the town, and he starts seeing the people who are related to the boy. There is a lot of humor, and I can't help laughing a lot. The third part is when the father gets a letter from the boy. The third part is the most tragic. It's a very sad story, with a lot of sadness, but also a lot of love, and it's a very moving story. I really liked this movie. It's not your typical Hollywood movie, but it's not like an ordinary one either. It's a very good movie that will touch your heart.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 13:07

Like all of Pedro Almodovar's movies I must say I am amazed that this film is not better known. It's not as gritty as his other films such as La vida en la violencia (La violencia est la caja), but it is a better film. The story is interesting and it leaves you with an idea of what is going on, but not the obvious answer. There are hints that perhaps the case of the little girl's mother is not entirely based on fact. She has come to buy medicine in the Mexico City. Unfortunately the price was too high and she does not get the medicine. After several attempts to get the money, she returns with the mother and finds a letter that is supposed to be from the police to make sure the drugs are not sold. After receiving this letter, she decides to go to the local police station with her mother. But this officer turns out to be the corrupt cop that had previously been trying to make her and her mother disappear. She is trying to bring the daughter to a hospital, but the daughter, of course, is tired and has just returned from her job in a factory in San Juan de Dios. She sees the car and runs to it. She is alone. The drug dealers are trying to get into the car. One of them (the mother) opens the door, but the drug dealers grab her. They lock her in the car. The daughter cries to the other car, but the car does not open. They do not find her. She wakes up in the car. The mother looks at the car. She has to decide what to do. The movie is very good and thought-provoking. The acting is very good, and the dialogs are very good. Some people might be disappointed with the ending. It is very quick and simple. A girl is left in the car and the mother goes to the police station. There is a very good ending. I recommend this movie. It is a good movie to see.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 04:08

First of all, I'm not a fan of Gus Van Sant. I usually find his movies to be great, but some of his movies (especially those of the past few years) have been downright horrible. This movie, however, is different. For one thing, this movie has a very unique style. It's unusual, and that's not something that I like. This movie is really different. I think that it's because Van Sant wanted to tell a story. I don't know if it was trying to show a story or not, but it wanted to tell a story. And it was really good. The movie is about a man named Baltasar, who's job is to collect money from people in the streets. In a little town called Skaraborg, Baltasar does his job for a living. But something terrible happens and Baltasar gets caught up in it. This movie is not the kind of movie that you can just watch and enjoy. You have to pay attention to the story, and you have to pay attention to the characters. This movie is different, and I think that it's good. It's very well written and you can tell that the writer was very involved in the writing process. This movie is a story of people, and it's not just about a story. This movie has a lot of great, unique things about it. The music, for one thing, is wonderful. It is really strange and unusual, and it really adds to the atmosphere of the movie. The cinematography is also interesting. It is just one of the best things about the movie. The film has a very modern feel to it. This movie is very, very different. But it's really good. This movie is a great movie. I would definitely recommend it.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 13:04

This film tells the story of a South Korean man, Park Jung-min, who has two daughters. His wife, an unmarried widow, does not share his passion for dancing, and instead decides to give up her career as a pianist. When his sons come home from college they leave for a short while to return to Korea. After their return, his wife is still unhappy with the decision to give up her life as a pianist and stay with her parents. Soon, a woman who has a son in college meets Park and asks him if he would be interested in moving in with her. There is not a lot of explanation as to why she decided to go on a trip to China, but they decide that it would be better to work in a Chinese restaurant than to stay with her parents. They decide to meet up at the restaurant, but she is asked to wait outside and go into the kitchen for a while. When she returns, she is told to come out into the kitchen. She is told that she needs to pick up some food from the kitchen, and as she goes to do so, her father, who had been in the kitchen for a few minutes, decides that she must have it from the kitchen. When she returns, she finds that the food was put in the wrong place and it was spoilt. The parents are irritated with her as well as their daughter, who she thinks is not fit for them. The father has to tell her to change the food, and she does, but the food is cooked so badly that it spoils. As the father is telling her how he feels, he is asked by the daughter to take a walk in the park. It is suggested that he can sit by the wall with his daughter and watch her from a distance. When he asks her if she would like to watch him from the window, she is very unwilling to do this, saying that she would rather watch him from the kitchen. This is where the film becomes rather contrived. The father, who is a fisherman, is sitting alone and his daughter is talking to him, but he does not listen to her, he does not want to listen to her. This film is sometimes very light-hearted, but at other times, the father is hard-pressed to continue, and is so upset with his daughter that he cannot continue. It is not clear if this is an intended comment on the Korean culture, or if it is a real comment on the family. The film is too long. In the first half, the film is very interesting, and it shows the hardships of a South Korean family. However, the film does not show that the father's attitude towards the daughter is wrong, because, as she says, it is the people who decide what is right and wrong for them. She does not want to be a part of her father's life, but she has to follow the rules and norms, so she is forced to listen to him. As I watched this film, I thought to myself that it could have been good if the father had not been so hard-pressed, but at the same time, I thought that it would have been better if the father had been a better actor. The father was able to give the film some very strong emotional moments, and I was moved by the end of the film. However, there was not enough direction in the film. The father has two daughters, but the son's family is not included. It is clear that the father's wife does not share his passion for dancing, but, as a married woman, she does not want to go back to her husband and work at the piano. The father is a fisherman, but he has to go to China, but he is not happy with his daughter being there, and she is a good dancer. It seems that it would have been better if the father had not been so hard-pressed, but that does not make the film bad. The father's attitude towards the daughter is very interesting, but I would have liked the father to give some emotional support to his daughter. As a result of this, the film is not as strong as it could have been.
Friday, 20 Mar 2020 07:38

After seeing "L'empire foreign" (which I felt was a very good movie) I decided to see the book, and I was very surprised to find out that it is a very very long book, and one of the biggest and most exhausting books I have ever read. I had a hard time following the story and it was not until a couple of days later that I got the gist of it. And after I read it, I am very glad I have finally read it. It is an absolutely brilliant story and I think that it is one of the best novels I have read, probably in my lifetime. I am a huge fan of Sudeikis, and he is outstanding in the role of the writer. His acting is both warm and courageous. I also like his portrayal of a very thin-skinned man who is eventually compelled to grow and to use the strength he already has, but also to see that he is no longer the child he used to be. I have seen a lot of documentaries about the writers, and although a couple of them, like the one about him, are very superficial, I really loved the film "The Writer" (which I was very happy to see again). It was very emotional and moving, and I think it is one of the best films I have seen. I also like his work on the animated show "Archer and Armstrong", which is also excellent. I have seen his other movies (like "Orlando, Florida") but the books are something that he has never touched on, so this is a wonderful opportunity to see him in a completely different, exciting and original style of writing. The problem is, I will have to read it again to understand the story better. I am not giving this movie a perfect score, because I think that the story itself could have been better. I don't think it was quite all that great. It is also very very long, and I am glad that I didn't get completely bored. It is a very very beautiful and powerful story and I think that the director and the actors did a wonderful job of portraying it. This movie is definitely worth watching, and I am eagerly waiting to see the next installment of the franchise. I think that I have become a true fan of Sudeikis.
Tuesday, 17 Mar 2020 08:50

The history of the French Revolution is a very long and convoluted one. And when it is the lead character, it really does not get any better. The film focuses on Lescaut, a young man who is forced into becoming an agent, or spy, of the state, in the revolution. He is trained in various ways, including various kinds of martial arts, kung-fu and Italian fusil de combattants. But he is also a very bright student of history and a very strong student of the good and the bad of the French Revolution. The film is very accurate, and does not add too much fictionalizing to the French Revolution, which is the story of the main character, Louis XIV, but focuses on the students and servants of the Louis, as well as a few of the officers. Although the film is very detailed and well done, it has several flaws. The plot itself is very convoluted and does not really explain the actions of the characters. There are also a few moments where the viewer is left with a blank. The film has a few plot holes, but does not really explain how Lescaut went from being a servant of Louis to becoming an agent. The film does not explain why Louis' adviser was assassinated. And why did Louis' spies and spies for the state kill so many people, including many political figures. All of these are things that should be explained. And the movie does not explain all the questions that Lescaut asks to the people of the revolution. Although it is not a bad film, it is also not very good either.

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