Fox Searchlight Pictures | Release Date: May 2, 2003
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Generally favorable reviews based on 9 Ratings
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FrankB.Aug 8, 2004
Wonderful mixture of surrealism and realism. Bardem is great in the lead. Great pacing, excellent cinematography, aborbing editing, and a breath-taking display of honesty and lyricism by the director and editor.
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JoanE.Aug 15, 2004
This film is a work of art, sometimes gruesome, but definitely artful.
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JackR.May 24, 2003
The film is too long, too convoluted and with too many coincidences. But it is beautiful to watch, and Bardem is one sexy guy and a superb actor. It is also great to hear the late, lamented Sandy Denny's haunting song, Who Knows Where The film is too long, too convoluted and with too many coincidences. But it is beautiful to watch, and Bardem is one sexy guy and a superb actor. It is also great to hear the late, lamented Sandy Denny's haunting song, Who Knows Where The Times Goes, sung by the great, late Nina Simone. Expand
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GregT.Sep 29, 2003
Watched this movie for 25 minutes and took it off the vcr. Too dreary. The English in it sucked. I kept saying "What did they say?". My movie partner kept answering "Who knows?". This may be a film that turned John Malkovitch's crank, Watched this movie for 25 minutes and took it off the vcr. Too dreary. The English in it sucked. I kept saying "What did they say?". My movie partner kept answering "Who knows?". This may be a film that turned John Malkovitch's crank, it didn't turn mine. Expand
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