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Opened in Theaters: Friday, April 16th, 2010

Directed by Juan José Campanella
Genre: Suspense/Thriller
Running Time: 2:36

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The Secret in Their Eyes (El secreto de Sus Ojos)
Academy Award® Winner
Benjamin Esposito, a career long criminal court employee, has recently retired and decides to write a novel. He does not decide to make up a story. There is no need to. He can draw on his own past...  View more >

R
a rape scene, violent images, some graphic nudity and language

Starring Ricardo Darín, Guillermo Francella, José Luis Gioia...  View more >

Academy Award® winner for:
* Foreign Language Film
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[--- See Now! ---]by  May 16, 2010
This film cut between a murder mystery in 1974 and how the murder went on to affect the charactes entire lives. The chase scene in the soccer stadium was awesome.
[--- See Now! ---]by VIP MemberJul 19, 2010
A film that won this year's Best foregin language Oscar comes from the country of Argentina where director Juan Jose Campanella (who directed a number of American television series) which crafted a haunting myustery thriller surroiunding the rape and murder of a young womnan. Her murder is still a mystery to former criminal investigator Ben Esposito, played by Ricardo Darin. He wanted to write a book based on the murder mystery in hopes that this murder can finally be solved. I can't give away the ending, but I love the movie for two reasons 1) The typewriuter inwhgich he uses doesn't print the A. 2) One reason why I love foregin language movies is you can learn culture from a foreign language movie. This is first class filmmaking at it's best and I urge you to see the movie. It's not everyday thatr you can see a movie from Argentina.



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