Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Action & Adventure, Indie & Art House, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Summer in a working-class neighborhood in the south of Spain: Tano, a teenager currently serving a sentence in a juvenile reform center, received a 48-hour pass to attend his brother's wedding. Together with his best frie... more »
Juevinal Delinquents with hearts (?) run wild one weekend
De Omnibus Dubitandum. | Latin America | 11/30/2008
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Why 7 Virgins as a title? It took three viewing for me to figure it out. (you r right, I am not very smart) it is the "holy cards" of the Virgin Mary that one cast members holds. But this as noting to do with the film. Go figure! Release from Juvi jail for his brother's wedding he goes crazy but in the end supports his nervous brother. I rate this a C or C+. Meaning, you really do not need to see this film.
Violence, brief nudity, no sex to speak of and disorganized."
GREAT ACTING, GOOD MOVIE, REALLY NOT GAY AT ALL...
Fab Boy | Vancouver, British Columbia Canada | 07/12/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I really enjoy this movie, love the acting & the story. But why is this movie be in the so called Gay DVD section!?!
Even the Photo on the DVD cover 'looks like' they're trying to market to the Gay Audience (Another Coming of Age Gay theme movie). a bit misleading, just as the DVD called 'Teenage Angst' I would both movie 'Oh so Dysfunctional Brotherly Love!' NOTHING GAY ABOUT THEM!
I recommend this movie definitely though, a very well produced 'Teenage Wake up Call' Theme with a lot of Violence. Kind of depressing at times but the story is well fimed. OK the Boys are cute!"
Brutal honest movie
Richard Hayward | KENSINGTON, Victoria, Australia | 01/29/2010
(5 out of 5 stars)
"What I love about this movie is the beautiful portrayal of the relationships between Tano and his friends and family. Each interaction is perfectly depicted in such a way that you can see clearly the love and betrayal between each of them. The crime is honestly portrayed so that you feel clearly the sense of wrong, yet are compelled to watch on. Moments of hope that Tano experiences are mercilessly snatched away from him, as the inevitability of his neighbourhood and circumstances play out"