Could someone explain the boycott campaign against this movie?
I enjoyed the movie last week at its Premiere in Madrid. It was verygood. A very interesting piece of film art, where the picture is madeof a good fusion of beautiful images, ominous silences, sparklingsounds, mature musics, good acting, rhythm, great photography, etc. Avery good tension is achieved in the film and even though the story maybe somehow known in the history of the movies (there are confessedprior references) is this time treated differently and with a brighteye which captures your eye and grasps your attention from the verybeginning. All actors bright in the movie, specially Oldman and Homar,although all the cast is really convincing (mention also Ms. Ledoyen,Ms. Sánchez-Gijón and Mr. Considine).
It is not a perfect work of art (art is as such impossible ofperfection) but is a real work of art.
For that reason, I cannot really understand (yet there may be a reasonwhich may not be so difficult to explain, such as an explicit boycott)how so many people voted so low for this movie, ... and they did iteven before it was officially released!! I hope now the public can makeaccurate and sincere voting without any particular economic interest orprejudice.
I do really recommend it to all the people interested in good movies.