KM.0 (2001)

Located in Madrid's Plaza del Sol, Km. 0 is the point from which all distances in Spain are measured from the capital. In Km. 0, it is also the meeting point for a gallery of characters. Bored, affluent housewife Marga (Concha Velasco)… More

Rated: R
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Release Date: April 30, 2001
DVD Release Date: February 17, 2004
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Jay Boyar
Orlando Sentinel

It's all rather familiar and sitcomy. But its silliness is its salvation.

Jeff Strickler
Minneapolis Star Tribune

The actors attack their roles with a lot of energy, and the story moves along at a brisk pace. That's a big plus, because if it ever slowed down, we'd have too much time to think about how silly it is.

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David Ehrenstein
New Times

It's this same disinclination to judge that allows Km. 0 to move from raucous comedy to bittersweet romance...

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Charles Ealy
Dallas Morning News

Offers a liberating glimpse at a society that's full of hope.

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Marta Barber
Miami Herald

One shallow film, that quickly returns to where it started: Zero.

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Kent Turner

Light as flan, Km.O is a hopeful kindred spirit to other insouciant Spanish comedies.

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Ted Fry
Seattle Times

Sexy, bold, exotic and fun in some ways, but still stuck with a lackluster style and pedestrian plot that brand it as everyday entertainment fare.

John Monaghan
Detroit Free Press

The writer-director team of Juan Luis Iborra and Yolanda Garcia Serrano stage the lunacy like a season's worth of Spanish TV sitcoms strung together into a single feature.

Don Willmott

One could easily argue that there are enough tangled plotlines here for several interesting films.

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