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(37755) 7.6 113 min 2019

Dolor y gloria is a movie starring Antonio Banderas, Asier Etxeandia, and Leonardo Sbaraglia. A film director reflects on the choices he's made as past and present come crashing down around him.

Asier Etxeandia, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Antonio Banderas, Nora Navas
Pedro Almodóvar

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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 Pedro Almodóvar
Writer Pedro Almodóvar
Stars Asier Etxeandia, Leonardo Sbaraglia, Antonio Banderas, Nora Navas
Country Spain
Also Known As Skausmas ir slove, Πόνος και Δόξα, 痛苦与荣耀, Aci ve Zafer, Pain & Glory, Pain and Glory, Ból i blask, Bolečina in slava, Tuga i slava, Fájdalom és dicsőség, Ke'ev ou'Tehila, Sāpes un slava, Smerte og ære, Valu ja hiilgus, Dor e Glória, Kärsimys ja kunnia, Leid und Herrlichkeit, Smärta och ära, ペイン・アンド・グローリー, 痛苦與榮耀, Bol i slava, Tong Ku Yu Rong Yao, Douleur et gloire
Runtime 1H 53M
Description The protagonist of "Pain and Glory" was at the decline of his career. The man involuntarily looks back into the past, and a stream of vivid memories falls upon him. He recalls such moments from his youth as tender feelings for his mother, love and separation, the search for happiness and success. All this leads the master of cinema to important thoughts about life and art, because this is the most important thing for him.

Top reviews

Saturday, 23 May 2020 09:16

I was pleasantly surprised to see this film on Netflix, which is usually a bad sign. In fact, I didn't even know it was a Mexican film until a couple of days ago. I knew it had a title and that it was a "real life" film about a drug cartel that kidnapped a girl to be used as a sex slave. I had no idea what the film was about or the fact that it was a Mexican film. This turned out to be a very interesting film about a woman named Daisy (played by the gorgeous Elle Fanning), who is kidnapped by a drug cartel and forced to perform sex acts on men for money. After a while, she begins to have doubts about what she is doing, and when she finally decides to stop doing it, she finds herself in a dangerous situation. It's a film that is very difficult to watch, and I'm glad that it's very difficult to watch because it's so brutal. The violence is graphic, and it's really brutal. I'm not a huge fan of this type of film, but this one is well done. The acting is good, especially Elle Fanning who is beautiful and convincing as Daisy. The only problem I had with the film is that it didn't have the same sense of realism that a lot of films like this have. The actors, and especially the lead actress, seem to be in a different film than they are in, and it's hard to understand why they act in the way that they do. The plot is very basic, and the film is very formulaic. It has the same type of ending that you'd expect. However, the way that it ends is very satisfying and it ends on a positive note. This is definitely one of the better films I've seen in a long time. It's very disturbing and really makes you think. The violence is very brutal, but I think it's the right amount. It's not enough to make you turn your head away, but it's the right amount to keep you from moving away from the screen. It's really a good film and I would recommend it to any movie fan who's interested in a film that's not really mainstream.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 08:59

Greetings again from the darkness. As is often the case, there's no movie like a great novel. In the case of "The Circle," a book that is both a fascinating, and a painful, subject to translate into film, the story is a simple one: A group of young, bright and ambitious students at a large, prestigious university are encouraged to form a "circle" to share their thoughts and experiences. Their initial "circle" is small, and their goal is to make it bigger and more influential. It's not that they don't want to keep it small; it's just that they are unable to do so, because of the demands of their upper-class society. The film is a bit confusing, in the sense that the beginning of the film (while it's still a book, so the story is never actually told) is the first part of a series of stories, and that the second part of the story is the last part of the series. The first two stories are two of the most famous, and the last two stories are the most interesting. So the film is really just a series of stories, and you have to read the books first to understand what the film is about. There are some interesting elements that the film does, but it's not something that you can really take away from the experience. I really don't think the film is for everyone. It's not an action movie, nor is it a love story. It's a story of ordinary people, and it's not an easy one to watch, either. So I don't think it's one of the most memorable films, or even the most entertaining, but it's still an interesting film, and worth seeing. I give it a 7/10.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 05:31

Catherine, a woman in her early 50s, has an affair with a man she is in love with, and a second one with a man who is much younger than her. She and her husband live in a house in a secluded area, and she keeps the affair with her husband a secret. But one day, she gets a call from the man she is in love with, informing her that he is going to meet her brother. She is then plunged into a whirlwind of emotions as she tries to make sense of her feelings, and of the strange fate that has befallen her. I do not know much about the history of the film, but I do know that it was one of the first Spanish films I have seen, and that it is a beautiful film, shot in vivid colors, and rich with the kinds of emotions I have come to associate with the film. The story is simple, but rich in details, and I enjoyed the way the characters interacted. It was also refreshing to see that the characters had no accents. The story is told in the first person, and the film is mostly silent, except for the occasional conversation between the characters. The actors did an excellent job, and their performances are so natural, that I could not help but be drawn into the story. I especially liked the performances of Miguel Tejero and Juan Luis Manzano, and also the chemistry between Tejero and the older actress who played the younger woman. I was very impressed by the way the characters were drawn and acted. The film is a beautiful example of how to make a film, and I recommend it highly.

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