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(1158) 7.1 84 min 2019

Fin de siglo is a movie starring Juan Barberini, Ramon Pujol, and Mía Maestro. Two men meet in Barcelona and after spending a day together they realize that they have already met twenty years ago.

Juan Barberini, Mariano Lopez Seoane, Ramon Pujol, Mía Maestro
Lucio Castro

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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 Lucio Castro
Writer Lucio Castro
Stars Juan Barberini, Mariano Lopez Seoane, Ramon Pujol, Mía Maestro
Country Argentina
Also Known As End of the Century, Fin de Siècle, Kraj veka, Fin De Siglo, Fin du Siècle, Koniec wieku, 預見上個世紀末的你
Runtime 1H 24M
Description Two men meet in Barcelona and after spending a day together they realize that they have already met twenty years ago.

Top reviews

Friday, 26 Jun 2020 05:59

I don't know how the movie came about, but there is a quote from an old movie, "God bless the French, they know how to make a good movie." And I think that is exactly what is happening here. The movie starts with two students from the same university. The teacher wants to give the students some action, and he asks the two students to go out and try to make a movie. They then start to make the movie. As you see, they are not very good, but they try. They don't succeed in their plans, and at the end the teacher decides to give the students some money, and the students will have to pay for the time that they spent. The lesson that I found very interesting was the one that they learn from the movie: you can't just keep on repeating things over and over again. And this is exactly what happens here. They don't always succeed, but they try. They learn a lesson from this movie. I think that is the perfect example of why I really like French movies. Not only the actors, but the directing and the writing are very good. The movie is a little bit overlong, and it sometimes feels a bit slow. It is a little bit long, but that is what I like about French movies. They are not always very long, and sometimes they are very short, but I think that it is also a very good thing that the movie is overlong. This is exactly what happens here, because they have to do things over and over again, and I think that that is what is happening. The acting is also very good, as are the directing and the writing. I would have liked to see the actors do more, but it is okay. They do a lot of very good acting. The writing is also very good. I would like to see more of the students in the movie, but that is what I would like to see. I think that the acting and writing are very good, and I think that is what is happening here.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 07:00

I really wanted to like this movie, I really did, and I really did want to like it. But I wasn't. It's not horrible. It's just that, like a lot of films of its kind, it's more than just a movie. It's an allegory for a time and place in history that's probably never going to be seen again. I think one of the things I disliked about this movie was the fact that the plot was presented in the most simplistic way. It was like, "Here's what you need to know: all these characters are exactly like you, except for one little problem." In other words, they weren't even trying to be allegorical. There was no attempt to weave this sort of story into a larger tapestry. I just felt like they were trying to tell the story of the Argentine dictatorship in the most simple and obvious way. I also thought that they threw in a lot of things that weren't really necessary, such as the relationship between Paul and Ana, and how they both contributed to the situation that was facing the film. I think that the movie was more of a documentary than anything else, and that the movie was more about Paul and Ana's relationship than it was about the dictatorship. But other than that, I really enjoyed the movie. There were some very, very powerful scenes in it, and it was really moving at times. I also really liked the photography, the editing, and the acting. There are some really intense scenes, and they're not just all shots of Paul and Ana having sex. It's not just him and Ana having sex. There are some really dramatic moments in the movie, and I thought it was really well done. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes a good, complex story, or just a movie about people who are forced to confront their own personal demons.

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