Mi Vida [DVD]
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Bob Jones es un ejecutivo de éxito al que la vida lo va a poner a prueba. Casado con Gail, la felicidad le llega con la noticia del próximo nacimiento de su primer hijo. Pero la alegría se convierte en tristeza cuando, tras una pruebas médicas, le comunican que padece una grave enfermedad y que quizá no podrá llegar a conocer a su futuro hijo.
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This is not so much a film about a man facing his death as it is about a man facing his life. As he prepares for the end, Bob Jones tries to tie up the loose ends of his past, prepare a future for his wife and unborn son and in the process, takes a voyage of self-discovery.
I have always thought that Michael Keaton was very under-rated as a dramatic actor; here, he is able to portray Bob in the beginning as unpleasant, stand-offish and angry without condemning him for it. In one of her earlier performances, Nicole Kidman does what she can with a character that has little to do beyond appearing loving and tragic. I wish more had been done with Haing S. Ngor 's character as the healer who guides Jones on his path, because his performance was wonderful. Many great character actors complete the cast, including Michael Constantine, Brad Whitford, Richard Schiff, Rebecca Schull, and Queen Latifa.
Probably the biggest problem in this film is the portrayal of Bob's cancer; he's told he has less that a year to live, but until the last few weeks of his life, he appears vigorous and only experiences an occasional spasms of pain.
But it's forgivable, or at least it is to me. Because as I said before, and as the title suggests, this film is about life, not death.
I saw this movie about 15 years ago and it has always haunted me. I recently bought it again and it is, literally, WONDERFUL. MICHEAL KEATON IS BEYOND OUTSTANDING. A TEARJERKER, YES. BUT JOYOUSLY SO.