- Audio: Alemán (Dolby Digital 5.1), Inglés (Dolby Digital 2.0)
- Subtítulos: Alemán
- Relación de aspecto: 1.77:1
- Número de discos: 1
- Calificación FSK: No recomendada para menores de 18 años. No se nos ha facilitado la calificación española por edades (ICAA), pero puedes consultarla en la página oficial del ICAA. Las calificaciones por edad y/o versiones de otros países no siempre coinciden con la española. Más información sobre las diferentes calificaciones por edad.
- ASIN: B006M8HJSA
- Clasificación en los más vendidos de Amazon: nº120.470 en Películas y TV (Ver el Top 100 en Películas y TV)
Now and Later [Alemania] [DVD]
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They spend a lot of time on the roof of her building at night, looking down at the festering city below. He comes from wealth and privilege, she comes from Nicaragua and extreme hardship. She is radiant and gorgeous, and he is wounded and condemned. She feels compassion for him, even though he represents much of what she despises about the US. Her kindness is unbounded, and she attempts to renew in him a sense of purpose and future. Her sexual favors are just part of a series of efforts to make the fugitive feel whole again. The fugitive character is kind of repressed and vanillafied, but I think that was by design. He's the standard investment-banker-sleaze stereotype from a Connecticut McMansion, and she's an authentic and robust jewel straight from heaven. But she does not judge him harshly or condescend. She understands his path. This is a movie which is ultimately most about compassion. Her compassion pays off--by the end of the movie the fugitive is a much better person. Her positive energy has upgraded his moral core. He even looks better.
No--I don't admire this film because it has some borderline X-rated sex scenes, although some are indeed appealing. I admire this film because Ms. Solanis has created an amazingly appealing character--a woman who is sexually liberated and creative, politically engaged, highly feminine, eternally loyal, open-minded, beautiful and authentic in every way. She is enigmatic to the point of being fully mystical. The fugitive she was helping will be enamored for the rest of his life as he thinks back on his time with her and realizes he no longer has her. Prison would have been easier to deal with. This is a woman you fall in love with and NEVER recover from. Even though this film was obviously produced on a low budget, the efforts of Shari Solanis are so genuine and unique that this is one you will not forget.
I am truly surprised that Shari Solanis did not receive more accolades for this role. Perhaps that will come in the future, and I believe this film's cult status will slowly morph into classic status despite its racy sexual scenes. What distinguishes this movie from any other sexually provocative movie is the extensive extremely intelligent dialogue. It's far more of an European art house film than an adult erotic film, although some people may seek it out for the latter characteristics. Solanis's character is very critical of the policies of the United States government, and she articulates her reasons why in a reasonably compelling manner. Ill-advised U.S. Reagan-era interventions in her native Nicaragua resulted in the murder of her parents. I disagree with many of her political views, but I understand many of her perspectives, and one gets the impression she would still be accepting of anyone who views things differently. She thinks Americans are sexually repressed and overly materialistic. She encourages the fugitive to view life through a different prism.
Solanis's character believes in embracing the NOW--living in the moment. The fugitive she is helping affectionately refers to her as Professor Now. The fugitive is someone who has always focused on acquiring more wealth for the future. (Thus the name for the film: Now and Later.) They discuss this theme quit a bit, and it is a very satisfying philosophical exchange. They each have a compelling point in their perspective, and they mutually respect one another.
I saw this movie a few years ago and it stuck with me. I couldn't recall the film's name, and there are no major stars in this, and so I had a hard time figuring out what it was called. I scrolled back through hundreds of films in my Netflix history and finally found it. I immediately bought it and watched it again last night. I am glad I did. It is even better than I recalled.