Don't Look Down

October 30th, 2008







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Plot
Coming of age. In Buenos Aires, Eloy is on the verge of manhood. He studies physics, helps with the family headstone business...

Release Year: 2008

Rating: 5.8/10 (811 voted)

Director: Eliseo Subiela

Stars: Leandro Stivelman, Antonella Costa, Hugo Arana

Storyline
Coming of age. In Buenos Aires, Eloy is on the verge of manhood. He studies physics, helps with the family headstone business, and does advertising - handing out flyers while walking on stilts or wearing an empanada costume. When his melancholy father dies, Eloy imagines that his father visits him at night; the explanation is more pedestrian - Eloy has started sleepwalking. Things change abruptly: while sleepwalking, he falls through an open skylight into the bed of Elvira, a young woman from Barcelona visiting her grandmother. Elvira invites Eloy to become her lover and teaches him Tantric sex. Eloy discovers bliss. And his father?

Cast:
Leandro Stivelman - Eloy
Antonella Costa - Elvira
Hugo Arana - Padre de Eloy
Mónica Galán - Ana
Octavio Borro - Andrés
María Elena Ruas - Celia
Marzenka Novak - Madre de Eloy
Viviana Piccolo - Cuñada de Eloy

Taglines: When sexual fantasies come true.



Details

Official Website: Official site |

Release Date: 30 October 2008

Filming Locations: Buenos Aires, Federal District, Argentina

Technical Specs

Runtime: Canada:  | Argentina:

Quotes:
Eloy: The most important thing was that my Dad took my hand and said: Your whole life you'll always be saying goodbye. Don't let that keep you from loving.



User Review

Thoughtful film of awakening sexuality and respect for women

Rating: 8/10

This film has a low rating by the users here. Lower than some really bad films that are more popular. It is a very magical coming of age film which deals with sexual knowledge and its relationship to the mysteries of life and the balancing of the spirit. It is told with sensitivity and some humor. It is quite erotic but short of being explicit. I think many young men in particular would benefit from seeing a film where a woman is so respected, where the woman is the teacher and the wise one. Men should see this film and imagine they should be so lucky. It is not perfect, but it is quite charming and makes very important statements about the higher consciousness of sexuality and affection....in particular for young people.









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