- Actores: Demi Moore, Simon Day, Michael Caine, Constantine Gregory
- Directores: Michael Radford
- Audio: Catalán (Dolby Digital 5.1), Inglés (Dolby Digital 5.1), Castellano (Dolby Digital 5.1), Español (DTS 5.1)
- Subtítulos: Castellano, Catalán
- Región: Región 2 (Más información sobre Formatos de DVD.)
- Relación de aspecto: 16:9
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación española (ICAA): Apta para todos los públicos
- Estudio: Savor Ediciones, S.A.
- Duración: 104 minutos
- ASIN: B0055KNMGE
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº48.009 en Películas y TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y TV)
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Laura Quinn (Demi Moore) es una alta ejecutiva en la London Diamond Corporation, la principal empresa de diamantes del mundo. Entregada por completo a su trabajo, su frustración crece al ver que la evolución de su carrera está obstaculizada por el machismo que domina la vida laboral de la compañía. Se alía con el Sr. Hobbs (Michael Caine), un veterano y amargado empleado de mantenimiento que afirma tener un plan perfecto para un robo brillante.
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One of the very few Demi Moore productions that I can honestly say works perfectly. No weak plot holes, no imperfect characterizations, no wasted or wasteful verbiage, timing or editing. Just like the stones they manage - it's been cut perfectly.
Additionally, if there were ever a film that truly celebrates women WITHOUT the pathetic Hollywood clichés that consistently find their way into so called 'empowerment' flicks - this is it. I can't recommend this enough to any woman, young or old, who won't be inspired by Moore's performance as Laura Quinn - the strong, bold and energetic professional consistently pre-judged and passed over by lesser individuals simply because she was female.
A revealing peek into the inequalities and injustices that women faced in the early days of the postwar business world. One that is sadly authentic and accurate. But her response to the continual professional and personal indignities is wickedly wonderful.
This is likely my favorite performance by Ms. Moore. A quiet and substantial role that should've garnered a lot more attention by the award committees. And for me personally, a major, major uptick in respect for her as a thespian.
And yet another sublime role for the inimitable Michael Caine as the quiet Mr. Hobbs, janitor and general nobody. He delivers these performances with such ease that I suspect we take them, and him, for granted. Try to imagine another performer in this role - the list is exceedingly brief.
Like any good heist flick, there are several excellent twists - enough for even the most jaded of fans to be kept guessing. Just what is Mr. Hobbs' end game? And what really happened at The London Diamond Exchange all those years ago?
A top notch film on so many levels. Worth a purchase to save against rental charged repeat viewings.
I'll add this: If you're a fan of 'Mad Men' - this is a must see.
and tired of it. By going thru the executive's trash bins, he discovers not only how to steal from his employer, but that Demi Moore's character is about to be fired for doing too good a job.
At first not interested in his proposal to have her help him, she gives in. Everything seems to go well, until the several plot twists start. I won't give them away, but one must pay attention to the Insurance guys to understand what is going on.
Demi Moore looks swell in her 1950's suits while Michael Caine gives another fine subtle performance.
A star taken off for the unbelievable reporter.
No violence, a few bad words, no sex.
This is a period piece framed in the fifties.
Two disgruntled employees of London Diamond cause mischief.
This is not a comedy. It ends on a high note.
I have watched it a few times; it is very detailed. I went out of my way to show it to friends.
Everything you need to know is very easy to spot the first time through. I enjoyed catching little clues I missed the first time. The movie is well crafted; I consider it art.