Descargala gratis en La Búsqueda (1985) Director: Juan Carlos Desanzo Actores: Rodolfo Ranni, Andrea Tenuta, Luisina Brando, Emilio Disi, Darío Grandinetti, Marta González, Jorge Sassi, Boy Olmi, Rodolfo Machado, Sandra Mihanovich, etc.
Join us for a Facebook Live chat with American Honey star Sasha Lane on Monday, Sept. The dialogs chosen are very complex, nice words, good use of Spanish language (something I appreciate very much cause that's my native language).
The photography is clearly very professional, good scenery, some time swaps/dreams with non-expensive effects create a very nice atmosphere.
Another plus point I considered, was the ability to create a new country, the actors chosen for that (some of them are Premium really), among all the countries, gave the movie an incredible virtual sub-language of Spanish, merging the talking styles of Chile, Argentina, Spain, etc...
The story is quite smart, because resembles the stupidity of military power in the civil-war caused by the growing economical crisis, created by the interests of a bad management of the executive power.
Follow IMDb on Facebook El Juego de Arcibel clearly resembles the situation in many Latin American countries with a delicate metaphor.
Some people would say this movie is rather slow or boring, but's not a mainstream movie, even though it's OK and worth watching in my opinion if you want to have some fun, the movie itself is not boring and not very complex on the first read, the story is quite interesting and catching. 1967: in Miranda, an imaginary Latin American country, ruled by the dictator General Abalorio, Arcibel Alegría (Darío Grandinetti), a journalist who writes articles about chess is taken to jail as political prisoner due to a mixed-up schedule of the newspaper he works for.Arcibel, a non-political, rather solitary person, separated, and father of a two-year-old girl, will get to know a new reality he's never heard of, from inside the jail.Arcibel spends his time learning and, luckily for him, playing chess with Palacios, his cell neighbor.As time goes by, General Abalorio is elected president after democratic elections and all political prisoners are set free, except for Arcibel, who, due to a bureaucratic mess, will be confined to jail where the rest of the criminals are locked up. Pablo (Diego Torres), his new cellmate, hardly knows how to read or write and he definitely doesn't play chess. When he meets Rosalinda, Arcibel's daughter who is already in her twenties, he's touched.Despite Arcibel's efforts, Pablo doesn't learn a thing and therefore, Arcibel comes up with an idea. The day Pablo manages to beat Arcibel in the game, he runs away.