Nobody’s Life

April 4, 2017 - Comment

Nominated for three Goya Awards, Eduard Cortés’ debut feature, based on a true story, is a chilling exploration into a world of deception. Emilio Barrero seems to have it all-a great job at a bank, a beautiful house, a loving wife and adoring son who looks up to him. However, sometimes things are not what

Nominated for three Goya Awards, Eduard Cortés’ debut feature, based on a true story, is a chilling exploration into a world of deception. Emilio Barrero seems to have it all-a great job at a bank, a beautiful house, a loving wife and adoring son who looks up to him. However, sometimes things are not what they seem. Beneath this so-called “perfect” existence, Emilio is living one big lie. When Rosana, a sexy young student enters his life, the subtle balance that keeps his secret hidden begins to fall apart, taking him and his loved ones to an unexpected ending. Directed by Eduard Cortes. Cast: Jose Coronado, Adriana Ozores, Marta Etura, Roberto Álvarez, Adrián Portugal. Color, 103 Minutes, Spanish with English Subtitles, Drama, Not Rated

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Chookster says:

Excellent A few years ago I read a book titled ‘The Adversary’ by Emmanuel Carrere which was a fascinating story about a man who deceived his family and friends by pretending to be someone he was not. I found the film ‘The Adversary’ on DVD and in the search process uncovered two other films, “Time Out’ and this one ‘Nobody’s Life’ which were similarly based. I’ve watched all three films and rate this one the best of the three. This film was paced very well and the acting of Adriana Ozores (the…

MP says:

Close but no cigar…or lighter at that…Based on the actual events with out the actual events….;-)

Anonymous says:

Based on the true story, but not as good as I thought, but entertaining when absolutely nothing is on the cable. For mature adults who have an attention span and who will not mind reading the translation. I would rather purchase ” The Advarsary” which is even expensive on VHS for nearly a 100.00. This version is really re-arranged to the point that if you did not know the story, you would not recognise what you were watching. The actual events are much more disturbing by far and what I…

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