Here’s yet another self-consciously ”Almodóvarian” confection, studded with small odes to the glory of self-creation. Marieta (the uniquely unbeautiful Mónica Cervera) is a narcoleptic pre-op transsexual prostitute saving up for an operation to remove eight inches of unwanted manhood. In her blackouts, she lapses into lavish musical fantasies, à la Dancer in the Dark — though there’s nothing ”von Trierian” about these karaoke explosions. Nothing terribly essential either: Like everything about 20 Centimeters, they feel virtuoso, yet extraneous.
20 CentimetersHere's yet another self-consciously ''Almodóvarian'' confection, studded with small odes to the glory of self-creation. Marieta (the uniquely...20 CentimetersMusical, ComedyRamon SalazarPT113MUnratedHere's yet another self-consciously ''Almodóvarian'' confection, studded with small odes to the glory of self-creation. Marieta (the uniquely...2006-11-01Concha GalanPablo PuyolConcha Galan, Pablo PuyolTLA Entertainment
Genre: Musical, Comedy; Starring: Monica Cervera, Concha Galan, Pablo Puyol; Director: Ramon Salazar; Author: Ramon Salazar; Runtime (in minutes): 113; MPAA Rating: Unrated; Distributor: TLA Entertainment
Posted November 1 2006 — 12:00 AM EST
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