Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo

Rabioso sol, rabioso cielo

Raging sun, raging sky

DVD - 2010 | Spanish
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Kieri and Ryo are two young Mexican men who have an unquestioning love for each other that is expressed through an intense sexual bond but their devotion is tested when Ryo is abducted and Kieri embarks on a journey to find him.
Publisher: [Philadelphia, Pa.] : TLA Releasing, 2010
Edition: Widescreen format
ISBN: 9781934921371
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (192 min.) : sd., b&w and col. ; 4 3/4 in
Alternative Title: Raging sun, raging sk


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Jan 10, 2017

I asked myself the following two questions as this movie began: (a.) If the other previews on the disc are this terrible, how is this movie gonna be any good; & (b.) How in the heck are they gonna keep this storyline up for three earth hours. In the end it was not just worlds apart from the banal, tawdry gayness suggested by the cover photo, & better than anything you're likely to see on network TV tonite, it was also kind of hypnotic & poetic, & then around the two-hour mark it gets pretty cosmic, & then in the dream- or afterlife sequences that follow, there are some shots of caves in Mexico that will straight up blow your mind. You would just have to be in the mood for that much studied silence, & much of it centered on the study of pole-hockey, but...certainly not a bad movie, & possibly a pretty remarkable one? CR

Sep 16, 2015

This is most likely the worst movie I or You will ever see. It is in black and white and for more then 2 hours their is no dialogue except back ground noise. Its just a bunch guys trying very hard to look intense. How do i say this?
It's just awful!
One wonders what was even the point? There really is no acting. Its clear that none of them can act and one wonders why were they chosen. Is the casting couch a reality still. There is no story here and if they thought they were making art they failed Miserably. There is nothing here worth watching the best part of this DVD is the plastic cover


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