Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again. Amazing soundtrack. I highly recommend it. Just beautiful. Und Film ab! Denn dieser Soundtrack, dieses Album geht mir genau so unter die Haut.
Gar nicht verwunderlich, denn zum einen erfolgten die Einspielungen mit dem Londoner Sessions Orchester- und zum anderen arbeitet einer der Helfer, ein Vertreter der spanischen Volksmusik- Szene, sowieso gern mit der irischen Gruppe " The Chieftains " zusammen.
Sagenhaft und episch! Siehe auch meine Rezension dazu! Wer ihn noch nicht sah: Meine Empfehlung. Genau wie der hier bewertete Soundtrack. Translate review to English. You've read the top international reviews. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Get free delivery with Amazon Prime. Back to top. Get to Know Us. Amazon Payment Products.
English Choose a language for shopping. Audio CD, Import, August 2, Plot Summary. Plot Keywords. Parents Guide. External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. The factual story of Spaniard Ramon Sampedro, who fought a thirty-year campaign in favor of euthanasia and his own right to die.
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Open Your Eyes This clash of points view shapes this movie towards a very dramatic environment that ends magnificently. Anyone who is into psychology or enjoys to go deep in life and existence issues should watch this film. This is a great film that not only explores a valid and interesting view on euthanasia, it also shows the profound ability of a quadriplegic to positively impact the lives of others.
I don't normally watch foreign films, mainly because I do not like being distracted by subtitles at the bottom of the screen, but what caught my eye was it was a Golden Globe winner. I was looking for a movie of substance. One that made you "think" when you left a movie theatre, one that was of the "human condition" that we all belong to, some how in one way or another. The majority of films made these days have little substance, more like eating "cotton candy"..
I wanted a "meat and potato" movie. One that filled my mind up and stayed with me. Alejandro was born there in In August , his family moved to Spain. The family settled in Madrid, living in a camping caravan.
When Alejandro was six years old, they moved to a complex on the outskirts of the town of Paracuellos de Jarama Madrid. Alejandro and his brother did not watch much television.
From the age of 15, Alejandro would dedicate his time to going to the cinema to watch movies. Other than theater, his passions were writing stories and reading books.
According to Alejandro's mother, Alejandro had the capacity to absorb everything he read. As a child, he also composed melodies with the keyboard and guitar with the same ease as when he wrote his stories. Alejandro started his studies at the Padres Escolapios de Getafe school. In his second year of high school, he transferred to the Alameda de Osuna institute, in the north-east of Madrid. The school was not close to where Alejandro was living; however, his parents, who were very concerned about his education, decided to enroll him in that institute because it was known as one of the best schools in Madrid.
Before he became a director, Alejandro worked as a stock boy in a warehouse and as a gardener, until he had enough money to buy his own home camera.Spanish director Alejandro Amenábar chats about bringing the story of Ramón Sampedro to the screen in The Sea Inside. The Sea Inside (Mar Adentro) is released in UK cinemas on 11th February.