Against The Wind details
|Starring:||Antonio Banderas, Emma Suarez|
|Genre:||Drama - General|
Against The Wind
|Run time:||1 hour 33 minutes|
|Rental release:||16 Sep 2002|
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Sensitive, well crafted film, DUBBED !By a customer from Newcastle, UK , 15 Jun 2005
[Highly rated reviewer]Sensitive view of a love affair bordering on erotic obsession between brother and sister. Well acted, particularly by Banderas. Ruined and rendered virtually unwatchable by the appalling dubbing. This can only be necessary for the visually impaired, totally illiterate or utterly lazy !
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Disturbing Spanish filmBy salmanfan (143 reviews) from London , 28 Mar 2011I knew Antonio had done some strange films at the beginning of his career, but this was quite explicit. The sex scenes are quite explicit and it is incest from the start. The film was in Spanish and was dubbed.
It was a great story and if you are a fan -watch it. Do not know the star who played the main role as his sister but sh was excellent.
Against the WindBy a customer from Church Stretton , 01 Dec 2008
THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS Show review anywayHidebadly dubbed boring drawn out plot that goes no where really with an incestous twist that does sod all to liven the film up
Please spare us dubbed filmsBy a customer from Bromsgrove , 27 Apr 2006I echo the sentiments of other reviews in respect of the dubbing. Dubbing is truly awful! What is more, there was no option for subtitles. The dubbing makes it difficult to judge the film. However, I watch and enjoy a lot of foreign/art house films and this was one of the worst I've seen in a long time.
the problem of dubbingBy a customer from South West, England , 11 Feb 2006I could not keep this film for more than 5 minutes on. Absolutely awful dubbing and no original version with subtitles to be able to select. Do not waste your time with this!
sensitive exploration of the love between brotherBy a customer from North East England , 17 Jun 2005a sensitive subject, tackled carefully by Spanish actors, Antonio Banderas gave an excellent peformance which unfortunately was ruined by the fact that the film was dubbed with an American soundtrack.