Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Victoria Abril, Imanol Arias, Carlos Moreno, Eufemia Roman, Antonio Valero
Director: Vicente Aranda
Genres: Indie & Art House, Drama
Spanish: Luisa, Ángel y Ramiro, tres amigos inseparables, se encuentran en un apasionante triangulo amoroso del cual ninguno saldrá ileso. Cuando Luisa se casa con Ángel se da cuenta que es a Ramiro a quien ama. Ángel, res... more »
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Jeffery Mingo | 10/07/1999
(3 out of 5 stars)
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Un tri'angulo espan~ol de amor
Jeffery Mingo | Homewood, IL USA | 11/08/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This was an interesting look at a bizarre love triangle in Spain. A wife's poor, dying ex-husband is taken in by her and her new family. The current husband and the two were friends since being children. This work will make you question if a person can only have one true love. For those who are sensitive about bumping into exes, this will have an impact as well. The work meditates on meeting others in a different life and not being able to let go of the past two.
This work is very sexy. It has female and male nudity. Some people may be used to the "I have a headache!" line, but the female lead here has no probably keeping men satisfied. The late Eve Sedgwick Kosofsky wrote that in literary love triangles, the men fighting over the damsel in distress often love each other too. Here, one man kisses the other. It's done in the platonic, European way, but it can still be read as homoerotic. Personally, I think the film implies that the wife could be carrying any man's child, Maury Povich-style!
I'm not a little-kid person, but the two child actors here are just adorable. Their lines also add depth to the script, not just cuteness. This film was made more than 15 years ago, and I hope the children haven't suffered as many American child stars have.
I don't think this was an Almodovar film, but it has elements like his oeuvre. This work joins many others which show that the Spanish film industry really produces an amazing body of work. I enjoyed this film a lot. This was serendipity!"