After twenty-five years Silva rides a horse across the desert to visit his friend Sheriff Jake. They celebrate the meeting, but the next morning Jake tells him that reason for his trip is not to go down the memory lane of their friendship.
Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)
Rated R for some sexual content, language and bloody images
‘Strange way of life’ is an English-speaking short film directed by one of the most prominent Spanish directors ever… who does not speak English. How (and why) this amateur piece of work with such bad writing, astoundingly dumb dialogues and even mediocre cinematography got produced and released theatrically is beyond me.
The story it’s, most of the time, the same nonsensical exposition over and over. It hopes to trick the audience into believing there’s a deep conflict, a sad story of tormented lovers and forbidden love, but there’s none. The chemistry is just not there. The clumsy flashback scene is utterly ludicrous.
This film is something I would expect from a pretentious student at film school, a self-proclaimed artist who tries to write something deep just to show how smart they are, but fails because they don’t know anything about it. However, it’s not. It’s a film by Pedro Almodóvar. Not worth the time, much less the cost of a full-length movie ticket.
Format : Matroska
Format version : Version 4
File size : 1.54 GiB
Duration : 31 min 42 s
Overall bit rate : 6 947 kb/s
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