0:07 quien esta hablando. Loving Pablo [Official Trailer] Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Peter Sarsgaard.
Hay wey no me avia fijado en las reproducciones haha
Loving Pablo - US Trailer 1 - Penélope Cruz, Javier Bardem, Peter Sarsgaard - A Colombian journalist who strikes up a romantic relationship with notorious drug lord Pablo Escobar. Watch "LOVING PABLO Official Trailer (2018) Javier Bardem, Penelope Cruz, Pablo Escobar Movie HD" on YouTube. El papa de pablo cuando estaba pequeño es el señor ismael concha el director de inteligencia en la serie de el capo. [Entertainment. Review: Not much to love in the unremarkable Pablo Escobar bio 'Loving Pablo. Javier Bardem plays Pablo Escobar without 'glamour' in new movie, Loving Pablo. Colombians asked Bardem not to play Escobar with 'glamour' or coolness. "They don't want their kids to repeat their story,” said the acclaimed actor. [Top Stories. Pablo Escobar, without the 'glamour' Javier Bardem discusses 'Loving Pablo.
Where I can buy this version of DVD? I am from Malaysia. The situation makes up for the cheesiness. Bruh who else saw pablos bugers. The way he talks. Amazing. Sometimes I'm god. Pablo Escobar. International Horror Alert! Watch AUSENTE, starring Julieth Restrepo ( Loving Pablo. I wish i could speak good spanish like you guys im learning and one day ill be able to understand ur comments just wait.
First Poster - “Loving Pablo”, Javier Bardem, Penélope Cruz, Peter Sarsgaard. The point of the movie (besides making money) is to introduce those parts of the world less familiar w/Columbian drug cartels (mostly Pablo Escobar) as seen through the experiences of a journalist, Virginia Vallejo, and her intimate experiences. As many reviewers harangued about bad accents I wonder how that damages the insights & history learned of those involved. Taking place mostly in the '80s the movie gave me another perspective on "Thanks to those men (cartels) it's going to snow cocaine in the US." At the time about 40 tons a year. Touched upon, but perhaps needed more scene time was the degree of violence committed by all sides.