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(1002) 6.5 74 min 2015

Un monstruo de mil cabezas is a movie starring Jana Raluy, Sebastián Aguirre, and Hugo Albores. When her insurance company refuses to approve the care her husband needs to survive, Sonia Bonet (Jan Raluy) takes things into her own...

Jana Raluy, Sebastián Aguirre, Emilio Echevarría, Hugo Albores
Drama, Thriller
Rodrigo Plá

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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, Thriller
Director Rodrigo Plá
Writer Laura Santullo
Stars Jana Raluy, Sebastián Aguirre, Emilio Echevarría, Hugo Albores
Country Mexico
Also Known As モンスター・ウィズ・サウザン・ヘッズ, Un monstre à mille têtes, O Monstro de Mil Cabeças, Monstrul cu o mie de capete, Un mostro dalle mille teste, A Monster with a Thousand Heads, Potwór o tysiacu glów, Az ezerfejű szörnyeteg
Runtime 1H 14M
Description When her insurance company refuses to approve the care her husband needs to survive, Sonia Bonet (Jan Raluy) takes things into her own hands. Up against an unyielding bureaucracy and disinterested workers, she is pushed to her breaking point: with her son in tow, she attempts to fight the system.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 27 May 2020 13:02

An important and indelible film, if only for its power to immerse the viewer in a world not in the interests of ordinary everyday life but of extraordinary, unreal and even painful events. The film is based on the true story of a small boat that, though small, survived the sinking of the Costa Concordia, a cargo vessel that had been chartered by a wealthy family in the small town of Giglio. At the time, the Costa Concordia was to carry about 100,000 tonnes of seafood to the Italian ports of Ravenna and Naples. At first glance, the story is simple. A small boat makes it's way to the island of Giglio, the same place that the Costa Concordia was chartered. The story is told by two young boys, who were on the boat. The first boy is 19 years old and the second boy is ten. Their story, which is told in flashback is told in flashback, that we see the two boys in their childhood days, the time when they were living in the family home. The first boy is enjoying his family life and doing what he does best. The second boy, the younger of the two, is growing up and is struggling to find his way. The first boy is always the one to be made fun of, and the second boy has to take care of the younger brother of his friend, the one who is scared of everything. Everything, including the family's fish, goes to waste. At the same time, an incident happens on the boat that results in the death of the older boy and the inability to reach the mainland. But it's not all bad. A curious thing happens that changes the lives of all of the crew on the boat. The Costa Concordia, on the run after the collision, begins to turn and the journey will be a total nightmare for all of them. A pleasure to watch.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 08:40

Films which show the true elements of life, love, and life itself are rarely as remarkable as this. This movie has all the elements of a great movie. The story is rich and shows a wide variety of human feelings and emotions. The story itself is so simple that the viewer doesn't need to read the plot to understand the story. The acting is top notch. Each and every character is played well. The characters are human, not perfect, and the viewer will be able to relate to the character of each. The story is very well written. The pacing is excellent. The sound track is used to perfection. It feels as if you are on the stage with the actors. The real magic of this film is that it will make you feel as if you were at a play. You will feel as if you are a part of the audience as the actors play the characters and you are there with them. The camera work is breathtaking. I was amazed that it was done by one man. It is highly inspirational and inspires you to live your life the way you want to. It makes you a better person. The director had a perfect cast. The actors and actresses are perfectly casted. The director did a wonderful job of arranging the scenes and directing the camera. There are a lot of things that I would like to say, but it would be really difficult to say. It is a film that you will want to watch over and over. You will love it. It is a masterpiece that you can watch over and over again. This is the best movie I have ever seen in my life. 10/10
Saturday, 28 Mar 2020 10:28

In the early part of the 20th century, a Russian doctor named Dr. Kondratiev (Leonid Bershidsky) is accused of having killed a young girl named Elena (Masha Rytina) with a dangerous dose of a sleeping pill. He is given a long prison sentence and is subsequently sent to a mental institution where he is treated by a psychologist named Dr. Stanislav (Oleg Vernitsky) and his wife Anna (Anna Vavrova). During the first few years, he develops a close friendship with the patient's younger sister, Anna (Lina Zaharova), who is going to be married. Soon, Anna is diagnosed with a brain tumor, and the doctor believes that she is suffering from a memory disorder. Dr. Kondratiev begins to suspect that she may have been abused as a child by her father, who was a doctor and who died when she was very young. Anna believes that her father was in fact a doctor, and she is determined to find out who he really was. He is also determined to protect Anna, and he hires the professional detective Sergii (Ivan Krastev) to find out who is killing her sister and to get his revenge. Meanwhile, Anna is gradually getting better, but is still haunted by the memory of her father. The movie is an interesting and compelling mystery that is very well-made. It is a very well-done psychological thriller, but it also has some elements of a comedy. The characters are interesting, and the film is also very well-made, even though it has some flaws. The story is also quite complicated, and the ending is not predictable. The acting is also very good, with Masha Rytina and Lina Zaharova being especially good. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes psychological thrillers.

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