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Amazon.com Cheap Musical Gear, Circuit City, WHSmith Bookshop, Buy Computer Memory, Marshall-Ward UK, Plus-Size, Elisabeth, Kays Catalogue Store, Earthlink Service, Nursery Bedding, Avon Beauty Products, Your Gold Box DVD Used DVDs VHS DVD & VHS Movie Showtimes All Products Explore This DVD buying info technical information editorial reviews customer reviews I dislike it I love it! 1 2 3 4 5 Edit your ratings Favorite Magazines! Subscribe to entertainment magazines today. Visit the Music Store Make a Wish ~ Hunter Hayes Bissell $25 Offer Spend $125 on Bissell and save $25 on your next Amazon purchase. So You'd Like to... be a sophisticated connoisseur... : A guide by Stacy, Life Long dedicant to the macabre Create your guide Sign in to turn on 1-Click ordering. Used & new from $15.99 Have one to sell? Don't have one? We'll set one up for you. The Devil's Backbone (2001) see larger picture List Price: $29.95 Price: $26.96 & This item ships for FREE with Super Saver Shipping . See details . You Save: $2.99 (10%) Availability: Usually ships within 24 hours Used & new from $15.99 Edition: See more product details Great Buy Buy this DVD with Y Tu Mama Tambien (And Your Mother Too) - Unrated Edition DVD ~ Gael García Bernal today! Total List Price : $ 56.93 Buy Together Today: $ 47.20 Customers who bought this DVD also bought: The Others DVD ~ Nicole Kidman Mulholland Drive DVD ~ Justin Theroux From Hell DVD ~ Johnny Depp Donnie Darko DVD ~ Jake Gyllenhaal Explore similar items Product Details Starring : Eduardo Noriega (II) , Marisa Paredes , See more Director: Guillermo del Toro Encoding: Region 1 ( U.S. and Canada only. This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats .) PLEASE NOTE: Some Region 1 DVDs may contain Regional Coding Enhancement (RCE). Some, but not all, of our international customers have had problems playing these enhanced discs on what are called "region-free" DVD players. For more information on RCE, click here . Format: Color, Closed-captioned, Widescreen, Dolby Rated: Not for sale to persons under age 18. Studio: Columbia Tristar Hom DVD Features: Commentary by director and cinematographer Theatrical trailer(s) Making-of featurette Storyboard comparisons Widescreen anamorphic format From IMDb: Quotes & Trivia ASIN: B000066C6I Other Formats: VHS dubbed in Spanish Average Customer Review: Based on 40 reviews. Write a review . Amazon.com Sales Rank (DVD): 3,205 Click here for more technical details about this edition... Our Customers' Advice See what customers recommend in addition to, or instead of, the product on this page. Recommend an item! 1 person recommended The Others in addition to The Devil's Backbone See more customer buying advice Editorial Reviews Amazon.com Seething passions, wandering ghosts, and an unexploded bomb fill this beautifully filmed tale of war and suspense. Though The Devil's Backbone was advertised as a horror movie in the States, it's really more of a drama that happens to have ghosts in it. During the Spanish Civil War, young Carlos is abandoned at a completely isolated orphanage. The tensions therein have been building for years, exacerbated by the unexploded bomb resting menacingly in the courtyard. Bullies scheme, tempers flare, and a ghost that visits Carlos's bed seems to be the key to it all. The movie is full of excellent performances, especially by Marisa Paredes as the gruff-but-kind headmistress, Eduardo Noriega as the handyman with secrets to keep, and Federico Luppi as the benevolent professor who likes to keep deformed fetuses in jars. A rich, satisfying drama with some good, spooky fun thrown in. --Ali Davis Spotlight Reviews (what's this) Write an online review and share your thoughts with other customers. 12 of 13 people found the following review helpful: STYLISH SPANISH GOTHIC... , July 27, 2002 Reviewer: Lawyeraau (see more about me) from Flushing, NY United States Well directed by Guillermo Del Toro, this is a stylish, Spanish gothic film with remarkable performances by the entire cast. The entire film takes place during the Spanish Civil War of the 1930s in a remote, ramshackle school in the middle of nowhere that houses boys who have been displaced by the war. Many of them are orphans. An unexploded bomb, courtesy of the fascists, lies half buried in the courtyard of the school, a stark reminder of what is happening beyond the boundaries of this isolated spot. One such boy, Carlos (Fernando Tielve), who is unaware that his father was killed in the war, is brought to the school by his tutor and left in the care and custody of its one legged headmistress, Carmen (Marisa Paredes). A Leftist, she is a passionate woman who has been funding the Left in its losing battle against the fascists. Cesares (Federico Luppi), one of the professors at the school, is a kindly, older man who befriends the bereft and bewildered Carlos. He is also an incurable romantic, in love with and devoted to Carmen, yet too much of a gentleman to consummate his passion for her. She. too, however, has a secret passion, and it is not him. As the new kid on the block, Carlos attracts the attention of the school bully, Jaime (Inigo Garces), but manages to hold his own against the bigger and older boy. It is just as well, as there is something else going on at the school that demands both their attention. It seems that Santi (Junio Valverde), a boy who has been classified as missing, is eerily making his presence felt. Moreover, the school handyman, Jacinto (Eduardo Noriega), the handsome "prince without a kingdom" mu Previous - Next