Dating and marriage in the 1920s
Juan Antonio serves coffee for Cristina and takes the sugar bowl which is in front of Maria Elena in the foreground, and puts it in front of Cristina.
The sugar bowl travels back and forth (three times) during the scene.
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That said, there is much in the film's Plus Column. The supporting cast is a treasure trove of great character actors: Kevin Dunn (usually but effectively charmless), Chris Messina (a complicated mix of sexy and dull), Pablo Schreiber (virtually a cameo), and Patricia Clarkson (earthy, tragic and terrific as always). Incapable of wrong-doing in my eyes since All About My Mother, she is everything you've heard she is.
At first, the character appears to be another version of Rahda Mitchell's bad Melinda only dark and Spanish.
The story is simple and the structure is a bit unwieldy.
The films only significant, though ultimately not fatal, flaw is Miss Johansson.
For the legions who thought Javier Bardem could generate romantic and sexual chemistry with anyone or anything, well, I have bad news.
See more » : Vicky and Cristina decided to spend the summer in Barcelona.
Vicky was completing her master's in Catalan Identity, which she had become interested in through her great affection for the architecture of Gaudí.
There's TV at the airport, advertisements in urinals, newsletters on virtually every topic, and a cellular phone wherever you go.