Biutiful

Biutiful
Biutiful

Year

2010

Duration

144 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

Spanish (English subtitles)

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Synopsis

From acclaimed Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu comes this bleak drama, set in the grimy, crowded parts of Barcelona. Devoted single father Uxbal is silently suffering with a terminal disease while trying to reconcile with his unhinged and unpredictable ex-wife. A mid-level criminal underworld figure, his main business is in the black market sweatshop labour of illegal immigrants. Tension between his job's unethical demands and the desperate need to secure a future for his children builds as his death nears, along with the glimmering prospect of spiritual redemption. Ethereal and moving, Biutiful is a unique cinema experience.

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15 Classification

Contains strong language, sexualised nudity and hard drug use.

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