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Alonso Tretyakov
Alonso Tretyakov

Amores PerrosMovie 2000

Parents need to know that Amores Perros is an Oscar-nominated movie from 2000 in Spanish with English subtitles. Lots of bloody violence and some gore mean it's not for the faint of heart. It's especially not for animal lovers: A dog-fighting ring is a major plot element, and violent, bloody dog fights are shown, as are the bloody bodies of injured and dead dogs. People are shot and beaten a lot, too, and the central event is a horrific car crash. Lots of blood, injuries, gunshots, a stabbing, kidnappings, and beatings show blood and injuries. One sex scene shows a teen's bare breasts; several sex scenes show thrusting, groping, and kissing with tongue. Sex and violence are paired by cutting back and forth between a sex scene and a man being kidnapped and beaten bloody. Several characters smoke, and there's a lot of background smoking. Lots of drinking is shown at the dog fights, and a few children are at the fights, too. A woman drinks and ignores a crying infant. A man offers rum several times to someone he has kidnapped and tied up. Almost nonstop profanity in the first half of the movie, translated from Spanish, includes "f--k," "s--t," "a--hole," "f--got," and more. The title is translated as "Love's a Bitch."

Amores perrosMovie | 2000

Premiering at the 2000 Cannes Film Festival where it won the coveted Young Critics Award for Best Film, AMORES PERROS is an unforgettable tour de force of violence and emotion that heralded the arrival of a powerful new voice in international cinema. 041b061a72


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