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El último traje

El último traje is a movie starring Miguel Ángel Solá, Ángela Molina, and Martín Piroyansky. Abraham Bursztein, an 88 year-old Jewish tailor, runs away from Buenos Aires to Poland, where he proposes to find a friend who saved him...

Other Titles
家(うち)へ帰ろう, The Last Suit, L'ultime voyage, O Último Fato
Running Time
1 hours 31 minutes
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Pablo Solarz
Pablo Solarz
Martín Piroyansky, Miguel Ángel Solá, Natalia Verbeke, Ángela Molina
Spain, Argentina
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English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Abraham Bursztein, an 88 year-old Jewish tailor, runs away from Buenos Aires to Poland, where he proposes to find a friend who saved him from certain death at the end of World War II. After seven decades without any contact with him, Abraham will try to find his old friend and keep his promise to return one day.

Comments about drama «El último traje» (24)

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Ryan R.

I would like to comment on the general film that the filmmaker is bringing to the screen. In his last film, Ekstayn, his work had to do with finding the truth in "reality" or "reality", that is the problem of "pulp fiction" films, if it is not that of an ambiguous plot, then it is in this particular movie. For the first time, Mr. Laszlo Kovacs let's us listen to his own voice for a film. This is a big advantage for the film, but it is also a big disadvantage, since it is not possible to give the director, the film-making power. The director can use the power of the "legend" but the viewer is supposed to listen to the director. In his first film, Kovacs showed that he can make a good film, that he can make a movie. In this film, he is more interested in the mystery, the curiosity, that is the life of this criminal. This movie, by comparing the crime that is committed in "real life" to the story of the film, is a good one, because the viewer can believe that a movie has been made. It is also a good movie because it is not a gimmick, it is a film.

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Bruce C.

Saw it in '78, liked it then, and bought it on DVD- the whole family. Now I have to re-view it again and re-evaluate what I really thought about it. The effect of this movie on me was more than the story line. I also liked how the characters, and their problems were not too serious or too silly. A few years ago I saw a movie, starring James Woods, called Casino, and was impressed by his acting skills. The same thing with this movie: the acting was also not too serious or too silly, and the script was entertaining and well-written. I like how it didn't drag on and on and on, but just kept the tension high, because it didn't need it. It also had suspense. A couple of things I liked about it: The main character, Frank, was a little over-the-top, but I liked that about it. He was a slobbering, whining, and very stupid guy, and I found that to be realistic. The way he talked to his wife, Lola, was just hilarious. He was a little, but over-the-top. That, however, is what I found humorous about the movie. The young couple, Annette and Bennie, were also pretty interesting, because they were two people who were on the brink of a divorce, and who had tried to save themselves from it, but had been unsuccessful. Bennie was a young and idealistic, and realistic, person, and Annette was a young, idealistic, and realistic, person. Their mutual attraction to each other was very exciting, and exciting to me. I was also impressed with the way they handled their character's problems and conflicts. They were realistic and believable. They didn't go all-out and crazy, but still handled their character's problems and conflicts well. I also liked that the main character's relationship with Annette, and his feelings toward her, were not so strong and intense. He didn't go all-out in their relationship, but he made Annette feel good, and he was happy to be able to be around her. I thought this was pretty realistic in a movie, which is what makes it so interesting. All in all, the movie wasn't all that great, but it had a very good story, and it was entertaining and enjoyable. It also had a decent acting, so if you like romantic, suspenseful movies, and you're a big fan of James Woods, I recommend this movie.

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Eugene Riley

I was forced to see this movie because of the high rating. This movie is unique. Although it is a comedy with a few laughs. It is a tragedy. The director of the movie is not the usual Italian movie director. I am looking forward to see his next film.

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Kyle M.

The Cast: Various actors, mostly known for TV and newspaper play. But this film is all about a young man named Vin, from a small village in South America, played by Danny Huston, who has become a one-man circus as a ploy to get back to his family after a failed business deal. His life is all about survival, like those in these movies, but Vin's life is also about freedom, and the willingness to step outside the societal structure that allows a young man to keep his family. This movie is not about the circus, the acting, or the cinematography. The film is not about what Vin sees, or feels. It is not about what Vin thinks about. It is about the bravery, the love, and the just the desire to live. This is not a gimmick, it is a passion of Vin's, he is not here for a quick paycheck. He knows he is not doing this for the money, he is here to let the world know that "live free or die". But it's not easy, as they say, the thing they are not going to like is how free you make yourself to live. You can do what you want. And this is Vin's choice, the choice to live for what he wants, no matter what people say. But, I do not know if this is a happy ending, or an unhappy one. At least for Vin. The movie itself is not about Vin, it is about his journey, and his journey to freedom. The scene when Vin walks out into the sun and sees his family that he has never seen before, is like watching a tree grow. It is not for Vin, it is for the people that know him, and know what he will do. Vin is an amazing man, and I am proud to know him, he is living proof that it is possible to do what you want, and still have a family. Vin has many questions, questions that his family has answered, but, Vin has more questions. That is all that I want to say, the questions will not stop until you answer them. At the end of the day, the movie is about family, it is about freedom, and it is about Vin's desire to live, to live for what he wants, and not to care about what the people think. Vin, is an amazing man, and the way he goes through his film is just amazing. The cast of this film, is just great. It is a great movie, the cast does a great job, the direction is great, the writing is good, the cinematography is great. My only complaint about this film, is that there is a very long scene where Vin walks out into the sun to see the people that he has never seen before, and the film begins to fade. It was a wonderful scene, and is a great scene to have in a film, but, at the end of the day, it is just too long. I think that this movie is worth seeing.

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Joshua R.

You don't have to be religious to enjoy this film. The existentialism of our time is to be celebrated. It's not just about the afterlife or the abyss of the afterlife. The point is to stand on the brink of the abyss and enjoy it. I don't even know what I'm talking about, but whatever, it's something to think about. What it comes down to is this: The existentialism of our times is to be appreciated and celebrated. The existentialism of our times should be recognized. It's an opportunity for us to embrace our own sense of mortality. And how wonderful that is.

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A "brief" film, basically. The "boy" wants to be "nice", but the mother (the source of all the negative reactions in this film) doesn't allow him to. He wants to be a good boy, he wants to be "normal" but the mother doesn't let him. He ends up with a nasty attitude and ends up a thug. He gets a serious haircut. The mother is a complete jerk. The guy in the opening scene is a rich kid who has a girlfriend (the guy from the law school is also in this film). At the end of the film, he dumps her and starts a new relationship with a girl who is the same age as his girlfriend. The film is so deep it's even better when you watch it for the first time, you just can't wait to finish watching it. The beginning is really well done and makes you think "why is the guy in the beginning doing this and why is the guy in the end doing that?" After you watch the movie, you think "that's it, I don't know how this movie ends but it's great!". What you really want to know is if that guy in the beginning was supposed to be the one who killed the girl at the end or not. It's really difficult to understand the purpose of the movie because it's so deep but you think it's really a good movie, you just have to watch it to understand. The last thing to say is that the film has a lot of hidden messages that might not be obvious, but it's still very important.

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Mary Nichols

It is an ideal movie for all viewers to come to grips with the moral dilemma and you will feel the need to experience it yourself. The story is simple, the acting is very good, and the director did a wonderful job of showing all sides of the most famous protagonist of the story. My vote is eight. Title (Brazil): "Quando" ("When" or "when" or "when" in Latin)

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Bars, Inlet, Forti, Peru. The information about each town and country is visible. It is funny to watch how the residents of the two different countries report about each other. Here the director uses many characters of one nationality, to have a good mixture of information. He also adds some humor to the situation of the "Dono" people (Indigenous people of Peru) who have made a great deal of efforts to separate themselves from the mainland. They now look for their own territory. The scene in Forti was truly tragic. On the other hand, I don't want to give the impression that everyone is bad, no one has anything in common with the other, they are all human beings, and have their own life. The director offers us the opportunity to reflect on the spirit of the people. Even the bad people in the city have their own share of goodness. This is one of the rare movies where the director chooses to show us the world in a realistic way. When the director watches the movie, he watches us, and we watch him. He shows us how much the other wants to break from his own world. We feel ashamed of his being the one who did it, but we are also proud. We realize that we have a human being on our side, and that we have to help him. We also realize that we have a share of his heart, we have to help him to feel better, to feel closer to his own heart.

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Samuel Barnett

There are so many compelling reasons to be scared of this movie. First of all, it is a very scary movie. I am almost afraid to go outside. The opening credits have some of the most disturbing images ever seen on film. The story is a few minutes long and it is well paced, and the cinematography is excellent. I don't like gore and this movie does not shy away from the brutality. However, it is still disturbing and I would not recommend it to anyone with a sick sense of humor. The acting is superb and, when I was watching the movie I couldn't help but cringe at the profanity. The story is very original and the most chilling thing about it is the perfect balance between plot and acting. I give this a 10 out of 10 and I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

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Helen Richardson

After its release, 'Pulp Fiction' received more critics than it did box office. The film has a combination of violence, sex and eroticism, a formula that only works in the context of the medium. It's not an easy movie to watch. But the only thing I would change is that the violence is not there for the sake of the violence. I think that is the major flaw of the film, in my opinion. The violence here is more based on the tension of the relationship between characters, than on the violence itself. All of the violence was there to get us to connect with the characters, but that's the only thing that I changed. I don't see this as a bad film, I think it's just a bad movie.

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I felt great pity for Jurgen Prochnow. He's a nice actor, and he's beautiful. But he's probably the most overrated German film star out there. Maybe because he's, as usual, a very famous face in the world of German film. His films are all German, and are generally acclaimed. This may have something to do with the fact that his films are usually, really, about boys, the most relatable type of German films. But still. It's very boring. The only thing that makes this film interesting is the acting. Not being a fan of Jurgen, I didn't expect much from "Jitterbug". He gives a very average performance. Even though I'm German myself, I was still a little disappointed in his performance. I don't think he can carry a film on his own. The only other German actor that I really liked was Klaus Maria Brandauer. He is very good at playing small roles. This was an all star cast, but I didn't know that many actors. One of the main actors was Jens Guter, who is the author of the book that the film is based on. He has a small part, and that's about it. It's hard to say why this film is so boring. It's one of those films where you're too tired to watch it, but you keep listening to the soundtrack in order to find out what's going on. It has its moments, but it's not really worth seeing. My vote for this film is a generous 8/10.

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Raymond Dixon

My colleague and I enjoyed this film. It's more about the context in which the events occur than the actual story. The characters are interesting, but the film is not as strong as some of the other recent similar films. Not sure why. (Not sure what it's about.) I'm not sure that the "cast" really fit in the movie. There is nothing wrong with that, in fact it makes the film more memorable. I liked the cinematography and some of the scenes were really well done. The acting was well done. You don't need any great talent to play this role. However, there are several scenes in the movie that could have been done better. One is when the woman (played by Celia Cruz) has her private parts "emasculated" by the nurse (played by Tiffany Munkins). Another is when the boy is running around the island and the nurse, in the background, gives him a blowjob. That is really unnecessary. We don't need to see a man taking a blow job while a woman is behind him. Overall, I'm glad I saw the film, but it may be a bit too sexualized for some tastes. 8/10

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This film is a feel good film with a story of a young woman who is desperate to discover what is wrong with her. The film, although a love story, is actually a journey of self discovery. It is the journey of discovery and self preservation. There are many other films about this but this is the film I liked the most. The acting is so realistic, it shows the desperation of life. I would have liked to see more scenes of the actors looking at the sea and the "seashells" that they are wearing. The underwater film is amazing, truly hypnotizing. The music is also great. I am not a great fan of use of electronic music but this movie is a great example of the use of electronic music in movies. Overall this film is a must see. Its a feel good movie and I would recommend it to anyone who likes films about self discovery and discovering yourself.

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Patricia H.

The film tells the story of a family who were ambushed by a group of small time gangsters. When their houses are empty the gangsters hunt for the family who were shot by the gangsters. The families aim to get revenge from the gangsters, but they are no match for them. The film is a realistic crime film which shows how people's lives are torn apart by crime. It gives an accurate portrayal of how people feel after the murder of a family. The film is a strong film that will make you cry and that you will love.

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Madison Sullivan

The scene where the murder victim's body is laid out is filmed by the agent at the crime scene. The scene is in the same location as the killer's car. When the agent puts the body in the body bag, he is in front of the same car and the same police station, and he sees the same police car in the next scene! I'd say that this was a "tour de force" for the director. Not only is it a good way of showing the viewer the locations of the crime scenes, but it was also an interesting way of showing that the actions of the police are not always justified. It was nice to see the agent thinking that they had failed to do their job. They did not show the actual murder scene but only a grainy, blurry version of the scene, which I found most interesting. The final scenes were rather intense, but I couldn't see the "final scene" in the film. It was a bit confusing and it didn't tell me what happened at the end of the film. I did find it interesting that the police in the ending let the murderer go without any consequences for him. It was interesting to see how the police acted in situations where they felt they could have done more. The police were to blame for the killings when the murders were being committed, but I still think they were to blame in other situations, like when the victim didn't answer a phone call and the killers were also not even a step ahead. The film could have been a bit more interesting in this matter, because the film is quite well-done. The acting is good, the dialogues are fine, but I would have liked more action and some mystery. I thought that the film was well-made and that it was a good way of showing that the police have a difficult job, but it could have been better.

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Sean V.

After the success of his debut film TERROR!, with its unassuming, un-violent, and completely honest view of the human condition, Luis Bunuel returns to his home town with "El último traje", an even more oddball film about a circus freak show that's about to leave town for good. It's not until the very end that we find out what really happened to the 'trainee' in the circus - at that point, it feels like a wasted opportunity. That being said, the final sequences of this film are quite unforgettable. Even without the benefit of being in a theater, the story still tells itself very well, thanks to the heartfelt performance of Edwige Fenech. But that performance is not the only reason that "El último traje" makes for an excellent psychological study of the human condition. The well-known themes of family and love are actually played to an absolute perfection here. They're not the only reasons why the film works, but they are definitely the most important elements that make this film unforgettable. The love story between the titular characters is just as strong as any other bond that is portrayed in this film. The comedy in the film has a certain slightly sarcastic and desperate edge to it, that you will definitely enjoy. And the final sequence between the two lead characters is definitely one of the most captivating and memorable moments of the film. You may even forget that there are two of the lead characters, and remember just how wonderful and heartbreaking this film is. This is a film that can be enjoyed from any age group. It is definitely something you will want to see again and again. And if you like films in this genre, you should also try OUTLAND! The film is a very obscure, overlooked gem that deserves to be watched, especially by those who have never seen it before.

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Nicole M.

The Mule,or,The Underground Man was in my mind a contender for best film of 1997. And,I'm not a big fan of De Palma's style.But,I'll give this film a great chance. This is the story of a man who gets a job working at the Colorado gold mine and with the luck he has,it leads him to a son named Felix.But,after a while,Felix is all alone in the world.After Felix finds a girl,Bella, he is torn between what is right and what is wrong. This movie was made with a very large budget,but it was well done. It was beautifully shot,well directed,well acted.and well worth watching.

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Than you could see the first two, you could see this one too, and that was enough for me. It's a real heart-warming movie, probably the best so far of 2010. You will cry a lot, but not at the end. I would love to see a sequel, but we have the 10 years to wait!

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I've seen this movie at the Cinema and it was very touching and touching and touching. I've read the book and was very disappointed by the ending. The first film had a real hidden message and I think the ending ruined it. I was happy the second movie was shorter and more moving and the message was less emotional and less hidden. I'm going to watch it again in the evening just to see how it will end. I thought it was very interesting and very touching and it was very moving and very sad at the same time. It was very well made. I saw it on a big screen and there was a lot of noise. I'm going to be watching it again at home.

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As soon as I finished watching this movie I felt that I had to share it with anyone who liked it. It is a beautiful movie with beautiful soundtracks and beautiful image. The story of Maximilian and Rose is told in a way that feels like real life and that seems to be completely accurate. It is just a little too long and sometimes boring, but I believe it was good for the purpose it was put in the story and that it wanted to tell the story of life. If you like epic movies that have no big special effects, this one is definitely not for you.

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I had the pleasure of seeing this movie at a local theater. I had seen some of the trailers, and was curious to see this movie. The movie is a biography of a father, who is a man with a challenging, sometimes even sometimes fatal past. The father is shown as a middle aged man who is now dead. His son is trying to raise him. The son's marriage has been under a lot of strain. He is a divorcée. His wife left him for another man, and he has a 10 year old daughter. The father spends most of his time at home. He has a job as a manager of a bank, and works in a restaurant, where he eats in a nice restaurant, and has a nice wife. The daughter is a little girl, who is a little girl. Her mother is a small old woman, who spends most of her time at home. The father has some problems, that lead him to violence, and a violent death. I think the movie is very strong and dramatic, and shows a very sad and sensitive story. I think the main thing that I liked the most was the photography of the movie. The director uses a very cinematic way to capture the scenes. I believe the movie is one of the best filmed movies I have seen in the last couple of years.

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In Spain there is a term "salve de la campana", that is, the time when an important person dies. Such a time is often referred to as the "campana era". In most parts of Spain this day is sometimes marked by loud, bloody and gruesome violence. This is so because the ruling parties in Spain do not allow any criminal activity on the place that it is held. This time the death of the main character has become something bigger and in the end a political problem in the country. The campana era ended with the election of a president who won by a clear majority. One of the main reasons for this victory was the strict dictatorship in power. Many of the people from the campana era have come back to Spain, but in small groups. The president is not of the same caliber as his predecessors. He is not a man who can enforce the laws on the people, but for the most part he is a very relaxed dictator. The death of the main character has made people to try to unite. And the campana era is long over.

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Alan Diaz

This movie started out in a very bad way for me. I was using a text machine and had no idea what the words were supposed to mean. I kept reading the text of the movie and it was totally messed up. I can't remember a single good part in the movie. The end I guess was nice, but there was no resolution. The ending was way too predictable and in my opinion it was not a good ending at all. I think the movie did a great job to tell the story through humor. This movie was way better than I had expected. I really don't understand why it's called a comedy. It was not that good, but it was better than I thought it was going to be. This movie is definitely not the best movie I have ever seen. The movie had very little funny parts, which in my opinion made the movie dull. I gave it 8 out of 10.

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This film is an existentialistic story of a transgender woman's life. The main character is Mola and the film is a memoir by her. This is a very different take on the transsexual issue. It shows the variety of options transgender people are willing to take in order to avoid the stigma that comes with this type of transition. Mola's story is a very well-rounded one. She is articulate, and candid about her gender identity. She has given a very eloquent and thoughtful speech to a group of peers at a college party about her experience. She is highly intelligent and articulate in her communication and that helps to make the story about her feel a little more real. The film is not a documentary. There are many times during the film where you wonder how this could have happened. There are many plot lines that are not properly explored. The film would have been much better if it had been. The film also does a good job of showing the issues that trans people face. There is a number of times during the film where I felt some of the more dramatic parts could have been handled a little more. The film would have also been a lot better if the film was edited in a more focused fashion. However, all in all, a very well-done film.