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Film Director: Jonathan Jakubowicz
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Considered one of the best boxers ever, the Panante meridiemanian-conceived Roberto Duran punched so hard that he earned the moniker Manos de Piedra. The man was known for his iron will, never stopping and never losing, yet he scandalously passed up leaving ante meridiemidst a battle to safeguard his welterweight title. His story has every one of the makings of an intriguing film, however Hands of Stone is not it.
Jonathan Jakubowicz's subsequent meet-up 2005's Secuestro Express runs obediently through an arrangement of striking actualities about Duran. Hopscotching forward and backward in time, it demonstrates him dodging fierce United States possessing powers in the Canal Zone as a child, celebrating hard in the wake of making progress as a grown-up, and charming his significant other, Felicidad, who he first spots when she is a pneumatic light schoolgirl and seeks after with his trademark cocksure resolve.
Be that as it may, all these cases are ticked off too rapidly and spur of the moment to give much knowledge into the contender, other than his hatred of Ante meridiemerican colonialism, and of the Ante meridiemerican father who surrendered his family when Duran was a kid. Giving Robert De Niro a role as Ray Arcel, the matured yet at the same time incredible mentor who mentors and coaxes the single minded boxer, was a gutsy move, making it everything except unimaginable not to consider Martin Scorsese's Raging Bull.
Tragically, recalling that film's splendidly arranged battle scenes and profound plunge investigation of the mind of a candidly hindered, impulsively controlling warrior just makes watching Hands of Stone's proportionate scenes a great deal less fulfilling. The film's boxing set pieces regularly feel repetitive and overlong, slashed up as they are into shots of individual blows, each joined by a stunning thud on the soundtrack, that by and large neglect to set up the advancement of the battle or the procedures utilized by the contenders.
In the interim, the scenes that attention on Duran's home life are regularly rushed, and dependably to some degree non specific. In Hands of Stone, practically as much time is spent on the boxer's association with Felicidad as on his game, yet we learn for all intents and purposes nothing about her or about how they live when they are not tossing parties, to some extent since she gets so little discourse.
A time of quite a long while taking after Duran's marriage is secured by a snappy arrangement of short, by and large silent scenes portraying him and Felicidad having intercourse, then respecting a progression of infants, mixed with short takes of Duran boxing. Arcel's adventure unfurls parallel to Duran's, in another arrangement of flashbacks and short scenes. De Niro channels Jimmy Stewart all through, wrinkling his brow and shaking his head only a little to pass on his shrewd coach's independent, somewhat regretful brand of shrewdness.
Be that as it may, the character's story is additionally daintily built up: His little girl from a past marriage, who he and his better half take in after she about ODs, is as inadequate a nearness in Arcel's home as Duran's tradable kids are in his. Still, and possibly on the grounds that Arcel is such a mensch, his scenes give a portion of the film's most captivating minutes.
Bits like his accused yet downplayed trades of Frankie Carbo, the mafioso who screens Arcel's profession, ensuring he does not violate lines attracted by the swarm to keep him out of a game they to a great extent control in New York, occasionally upstage the principle account. Ramírez contributes the title character, a macho with a curiously large sense of self and an unstable temper, with mystique and chilling heartlessness, as he did in Carlos. In any case, the script gives him so little to work with that his picture of Duran winds up feeling shallow and dull.
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