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Current Rating: 3.78

Current Rating: 3.78

based on 776 votes and 12 reviews

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  • Woneful performances in a brilliant and disturbing film.
  • Story; Twisted and Well written. Casting; one word to say, GORGEOUS! Its details would be too real for some people(homosexuals and religous stuff) but you may find an attractiveness of Sounth America.
  • Excellent Performance by Gael Garcia Bernal. impressive that this mexican actor can talk with with an accent from Spain.
  • A another discription might be: Old school day friends reunite to direct the story of their youth and the exploitations of their catholic school superiors. But after fifteen years not even first loves can trust one another and some crimes can only be recon sided with revenge.
  • Gael Garcia Bernal does an excellent job in this film. He delves fearlessy into his character, and proves that he is deserving of all the praise that has been heaped upon him. The movie itself is totally engrossing, with some shocking twists. Highly recommended!
  • Beautiful film, more important though ...beautiful actors. Those Spanish men!
  • While not as "beatifully" executed as About My Mother or Talk To Her, this film is well written and the performances are memorable.
  • To me, it is as gorgeous as the rest of his films. Just another star in his endless constellation of well-thought films....
  • Very dark about human nature
  • Good acting and original story-line, but i had to look away at times to really enjoy and appreciate the story....not worth the theater ticket`s a rental

Bad Education

Genre:  Drama, Romance, Thriller
Running Time:  109 min.
Release Date: January 14, 2005
DVD: April 12, 2005

Current rating: Rating: 3.78
based on 776 votes and 12 reviews
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Cast: Gael García Bernal, Fele Martínez, Daniel Giménez-Cacho, Javier Cámara, Lluis Homar, Francisco Boira