Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
|Conejo en la Luna|
Actors: Reece Dinsdale, Lorraine Pilkington, Adam Kotz, Alvaro Guerrero, Bruno Bichir
Director: Jorge Ramírez Suárez
Genres: Indie & Art House, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
The polite facade of government and lawfulness collapses on a very real and personal level for Antonio (Bruno Bichir) and Julie (Lorraine Pilkington), a young couple pulled into a deadly plot involving high-ranking politic... more »
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Very good purchase
D. Chadwick | Ottawa,ontario,canada | 05/06/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is very intense.
the story plot is excellent and the actor are superb.
if you are a foreign movie junky and tired of the hollywoodism take a chance and purchase this movie.
It will make your heart jump from time to time."
Good thriller, fiction or reality?
Victor H. Muruet Garcia | Sydney, Australia | 07/31/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I found Conejo en la luna a good thriller, with a very well done job by the actors. I found a couple of wholes in the story though. One of those wholes being the fact that someone can travel to another country with a different person's passport and not being caught somewhere along the line between boarding the plane and immigration? especially in this day and age. Other than that, though scary to see that a plot like that can happen in my own country, the thriller had a good flow. Was the film based in any particular case or is it just fiction reflecting a general trend in the country (power and money over law and respect)?. I've been living out of Mexico for a few years now and I wonder if the film was promoted or shown at all in there.
Tuscan | El Paso, TX | 05/15/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I rented (and since, bought it) with no particular interest after having watched The crimes of Padre Amaro and Amores Perros, which I liked very much. I liked this one better. I live in a border town, where across the border in Mexico, unbelievable violence gets reported every day. If I feared going to Mexico before, I am even more fearful now. It is a very credible situation, that of being framed. Worst of all, (I have first person accounts) the people most to be afraid of are in fact, the so called authorities. Living across the river form all that mayhem makes you appreciate our Americn way of life all that much more. God Bless America! That's right, it sure made an impression on me.Tuscan"