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Author Topic: Morbo (Gonzalo Suárez, 1972)  (Read 1524 times)

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Morbo (Gonzalo Suárez, 1972)
« on: 16 Mar 2014 - 09:14 »



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The Spanish DVD has been fansubbed and I'm going to try and give it a look tonight. Anyone seen this? I'd not heard of it until this week when someone mentioned the soundtrack to me.







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Re: Morbo (Gonzalo Suárez, 1972)
« Reply #1 on: 16 Mar 2014 - 15:49 »

Only seen it in Spanish but liked it. Quite experimental in execution but a real curiosity and well worth your time. Has anybody seen Suarez's Al Diablo Con Amor also starring Belen and Manuel?
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Re: Morbo (Gonzalo Suárez, 1972)
« Reply #2 on: 17 Mar 2014 - 19:19 »

Enjoyed it, still not 100% on what was going on but well worth a look. How the hell did Michael J Pollard end up in this?
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Re: Morbo (Gonzalo Suárez, 1972)
« Reply #3 on: 28 Mar 2014 - 01:48 »


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This is a really cool film.  A review or two I read in the past apparently saw a different film though...*L*  It was described as a rape revenge flick and that is anything but the truth.  Thus, I was surprised by the fact it's a dialouge driven plot centering on relationships and how ugly they can become.  Of course, there is a lot more detail than that but it has nothing to do with physical rape.

I have a CD-R of the soundtrack.  Good stuff!! 
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