Red Bear

Synopsis: Bear has never gotten over the separation from his wife and daughter after having been convicted for armed robbery and homicide and sent to prison. Now he is out, to finally get his cut of ...
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
  6 wins & 12 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
95 min

on my way back.


It's alright. I'll ask

him to put it on our tab.

No, he said we must pay before

getting any more credit.

What are you doing, Ali?

A game that Vero taught me

but I can't do it.

This one you have to

stick between the two.

This one you may touch

but you can't move...

and this one you may move

but you can't touch.

Vero says it's easy.

Let me see.

It can't be done.

Tell Vero she lied to you.

Bye, princess.


Let me see... the book.

What's that, Alicia?

Look at me, Alicia.

Only for today.


What are you doing here?

I came to see Alicia.

Rubn, we said you

would let me know.

Where would I get

in touch with you?

Let's go to school.

It's late.

I'll drive you there.

La Nueva del Carril,

cars with drivers.

Her teacher said

she has to practice.

Read more, apart from school.

Minimum fare, two pesos.

You are Del Carril?

- No, Del Carril is where I work.

- And whose is the car?

It belongs to the owner

of the company.

- And he lets you use it?

- Sort of.

He lets you use it

or you stole it?

Alicia, what are you saying?!

Don't worry.



Come and say goodbye.

Bye. Here, come.

- Buy something, some candy.

- Thanks. Bye.

- Well...

- I'll drive you.

- I'm not going home.

- Never mind, I'll drive you.

It's only a few blocks.

- It's too hot to walk.

- OK, thanks.

Are you working?

Yes... a couple of days

a week, in the morning.

As a maid.

Next corner, the white house.

- That one?

- Yes.


Here's the phone of this

place where I'm working.

And I'll write down

the phone number...

and the address of my hotel.

Bye. Thanks.

I'll go to see the girl the day

after tomorrow.


Toto, take Chino

a beer over there.

Turco, somebody

wants to see you.

Hello, how are you? I thought you'd

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