20 Centimeters

20 Centimeters

Director: Ramon Salazar Cast: Monica Cervera, Pablo Puyol, Miguel O'Dogherty

DVD (Wide Screen / en español)

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Product Details

Release Date: 12/05/2006
UPC: 0807839002621
Original Release: 2005
Rating: NR
Source: Tla
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Time: 1:53:00
Sales rank: 33,263

Special Features

Stills gallery; Original triler

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Monica Cervera Marieta/Adolfo
Pablo Puyol Actor
Miguel O'Dogherty Actor
Concha Galan Actor
Lola Dueñas Actor
Pilar Bardem Actor
Rossy de Palma Actor
Najwa Nimri Actor
Richard Shaw Actor
Inma Olmos Actor

Technical Credits
Ramon Salazar Director,Screenwriter
Alejandro Prieto Barral Art Director
Carlos Batres Executive Producer
Jose Maria Calleja Executive Producer
Ricardo de Gracia Cinematographer
Teresa Font Editor
Pascal Gaigne Score Composer
Iker Monfort Co-producer,Executive Producer
Eva Moreno Choreography
Chevy Muradai Choreography
Najwa Nimri Score Composer
Maria J. Poblador Executive Producer
Sounders Creaciones Sonoras Sound/Sound Designer

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- 20 Centimeters
1. An Arm and a Leg [9:29]
2. Plenty of Men [11:39]
3. Narcolepsy [7:09]
4. I'm Still Adolfo [8:18]
5. Shiny and Colorful [10:38]
6. A Man With A Woman's Body [7:04]
7. Greek Style [9:49]
8. Special Friend [10:57]
9. Very Generous [3:31]
10. Appear and Disappear [4:21]
11. Cats are Treacherous [10:04]
12. Break Free [8:35]

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20 Centimeters 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great film, in my opinion. Part musical, part comedy, part raunchy romp with a splash dark humor. What else would you expect from a movie about a pre-op transexual who moonlights as a prostitute and lives with a dwarf who scalps opera tickets and pretends to play an ostensibly stolen cello? As it is a Spanish film, you aren't going to get your standard American "happy ending," although the ending was satisfying and "happy" in its own right. At times, the plot seems a bit "lost," but in the final moments the director manages to bring it all together. The fun musical numbers and obscure laughs throughout the film are enough to keep you engaged even in the areas where the plot seems buried - if you're into that sort of thing. All told, an entertaining movie about love, sex, self-acceptance and finding humor in dark places. A good watch!