Apuntaba maneras pero el guion es descuidado y previsible.
increiblemente buenisima ...eso si teneis que verla hasta el final..pues el interes va increchendo segun avanza la pelicula....recomendable total.
No la he terminado de ver... me parece un típico vodevil que se queda corto... para esto mil veces antes la maravilla española de "La Comunidad"
la clave está en no leer la sinopsis, sino te destrozan la muvi. buena peli.
While some crime films offer audiences the vicarious pleasure of seeing characters get away with a wildly implausible caper, the film noir usually provides the opposite comfort: watching characters who are doomed to face a reprisal of some kind for their misdeeds. And make no mistake, the ironically unhappy endings that many noirs are known for usually do offer a kind of comfort, as noirs implicatively tell audiences that they're better off living conventional lives that are mostly devoid of risk-taking. A traditional noir hero begins a film as an audience surrogate and ends as a self-sacrificial testament to the reassuring pleasures of conformity.
America’s copious outpouring of trendy bloodfest movies -- from "River's Edge" to "Natural Born Killers" -- seems to have inspired a banal, worldwide creativity. From Scotland's chilly shores comes "Shallow Grave," a gleefully amoral tale of three young professionals who joke and josh their way through dismemberment and skull bashing. What counts most in this grisly thriller-cum-black-comedy is jolting audiences out of their cynical complacency.