Profundo carmesí (Deep Crimson)
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Profundo carmesí (Deep Crimson)
Noted Mexican filmmaker Arturo Ripstein directed this darkly comic drama of love and murder. Coral Fabre (Regina Orozco) is an overweight, emotionally unstable nurse raising two children on her own. Coral is desperately lonely, and through a "Lonely Hearts" club, she begins corresponding with Nicolas Estrella (Daniel Gimenez Cacho). When Coral finally meets Nicolas, she decides that he resembles her favorite actor, Charles Boyer (at least when he wears his toupee) -- and is convinced that they were destined to be together. The fact that Nicolas stole Coral's money after spending… More
Rotten Tomatoes Score: 75%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"After the last gasp, the question remains: Why have we subjected ourselves to this film? I can't answer that."
‑ Keith Breese,
"This is a chilling tale by one of Mexico's most respected directors."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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