Open

Open

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DVD – Open Graves

DVD - Open Graves

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Open Water

Open Water

Open Water

  Susan (Blanchard Ryan) and her boyfriend Daniel (Daniel Travis) are looking forward to the best weeks of the year. The two yuppies who toil hard at home, treat yourself to a relaxing beach holiday in the Caribbean. But the dream vacation quickly becomes a nightmare. A dive trip with a group ends with the two while diving in the open sea are simply forgotten and left behind. For, unfortunately, two of the participants at the counting were counted twice, so nobody misses the smart couple. Now the terrible hours of starting

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Open my eyes

Open my eyes

Open my eyes

  Spanish cinema is booming – and not only thanks to Pedro Almodovar and films like The Orphanage / El Orfanato, or The Sea Inside / Mar Adentro. Even beyond these films have in recent years, a rich and diverse film industry established itself in the Iberian Peninsula, whose films are not required before the works of other European directors to hide. The golden years of Spanish cinema, she was yet to come. And one Icíar Bollaín certainly hope the makers of the future. Her film Open My Eyes / Te Doy Mis Ojos puts this

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Open my eyes – Te Doy Mis Ojos

Open my eyes - Te Doy Mis Ojos

Open my eyes – Te Doy Mis Ojos

  For Pilar (Laia Marull), there is no reason to doubt their love for her husband Antonio (Luis Tosar) to. But had to seek out the ten years of their relationship were hell, again and again she had to tolerate the violence and temper tantrums of her husband and more than once led them to that under flimsy excuses, the hospital. But one night she finally provides the long-overdue step: Total scared she gathers her things, awakens the young son Juan (Nicolas Fernandez Luna) and left the house together.

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Open Hearts – Forever and ever

Open Hearts - Forever and ever

Open Hearts – For ever and ever

  “But saying all joy wants eternity, wants deep, deep eternity!” Said Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche sounds already in the sleep-walker-track from his famous essay So Zarathustra. A Book for All and None from the 1880s. Seem so romantic longing for the eternal joy and love may be, but it is increasingly a significant contrast to the real life world of modern relationships, which adheres to infinity initial assertions but rather the tendency for more or less rapid mortality. Open Hearts – evigt

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Open your eyes

Open your eyes

Open your eyes

  The young Madrilene César (Eduardo Noriega) has it all, what can you ask for as a young man in his life: He is rich thanks to an inheritance and can lead a financially independent life, he looks good and changes his bed mates with remarkably high frequency and is well no other child of sadness. Just now he has his ex-lover Nuria (Najwa Nimri) extravaganzas disappeared and is, for the first time in his life seriously in love with a woman – Sofia (Penélope Cruz) is the chosen one. But their happiness proves to be fragile,

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