This is a pseudo
art film that thinks itís oh, so clever, but, in reality, is oh, so
pretentious, sort of what a prepubescent director might produce in an
attempt to recreate Last Year at Marienbad for a kindergarten film
class. Luciaís husband
disappears and is apparently kidnapped.
Two men, one old and one young, appear at her door to help her.
Her story is either true or lies.
Her husband has either been kidnapped or he hasnít.
The story is boring, disjointed, boring, incoherent, boring, and
nonsensical. Oh, did I mention
that itís boring? Lucia (Ceclia
Roth) is beautiful (and topless in one scene), but, try as she may, she
canít cry tears. I wasted
enough time sitting through this. I
donít want to waste any more writing about it.
If, after reading my review, you find yourself tempted to see this,
take a cold shower and fight it off. In
Spanish, unfortunately with subtitles