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

Happy Birthday to you,

Happy Birthday to you...

Happy Birthday dear Alicia,

Happy Birthday to you.

You already took the cake?

Will you hold her a minute?

Where are you going?

Where are you going, Rubn?

It's cool.

I'll be back soon.

Where do you have to go?

Stay to eat cake.

Freeze! Don't move!

Give me the gun!

- Where is the girl?

- I left her in the kindergarten.

What is it?

No, it's nothing.

I brought you the...

I brought you the picture.

Wow, look!

What's going on?

Your ring?

Where is your ring?

Show me your ring!

Bastard! You slut!

Don't hit him!

Slut! Slut!

Come with me.

Don't touch me!


Looking for someone?

Gimp's bar...?

He moved to Caboto Street

at La Boca. Do you know Gimp?


Looks like he cut a deal with

the mayor and moved over there.

Can you spare some

change to buy beer?


- Hi.

- Hello.

- What will it be?

- I'm looking for Turco.

He's not in.

- Who's asking?

- Come in.

Stack it in the back,

we'll sort it out.

How are you?

You know we don't admit

faggots in this place.

How are you?

It's been a long time.

I always ask Uruguayo about you.

What is it?

Have you forgotten Uruguayo?

No, I haven't.

I also asked Felpa. I saw him a couple

of weeks ago and he knew nothing.

Bring us two beers.

Let's take a seat.

Good to see you.

- When did you get out?

- Today.

And you came here. What else could

you do? Where could you go?

- How's your brother?

- He's fine, he went to Uruguay.

He'll be alright. He's smart.

You must be looking

for a job, right?

I'll tell you what.

I'll talk to Chino.

I want my money.

You didn't give it to Natalia,

neither to my brother.

I didn't give it to your brother

because I didn't see him...

you tell me he's

gone to Uruguay.

I didn't give it to Natalia,

she left with the guy, you know.

Give it to me now.

Turco, Carbajal

wants to talk to you.

Tell him I'm not in.

Ask him to leave a message.

Give me a phone number

and I'll call you next week.

Give me yours.

Give me paper and pen.

- Here. Call me next week.

- I'll call you tomorrow.

This one is more expensive,

but it's better.

It's not as big as the other one.

Look at the drum.

- How much is it?

- 52.

I'll take this one.

- I'll wrap it for you.

- No.

You'll take it without

the packaging?


It's off.

You have to stick it in here.

You can move it but you can't touch it...

and this one you may touch

but you can't move it.

Let's go for a ride.

My mum won't let me ride

around the block.

Come on.



Alicia, come on, sweetheart.

Come in and do your homework.

Leave your bike, go in.

How are you?

Fine. And you?

I'm well.

- Good morning.

- Good morning.

- When did you get out?

- Today.

Rubn, you know I...

- I'm still...

- Yes, my brother told me.

- His name is Sergio, right?

- That's right.

- Mum, it'll get late!

- She has to go to school?

No, she goes to school in

the morning. She's got gym now.

- She's in third grade?

- Second. She repeated a year.

She's got problems reading.

Here. Give her this for me.

- Thanks.

- I'll come see her this week.

I can't stay now,

I have work to do.

- We have to talk.

- Talk about what?

About the papers. Talk. But you

can see her, for the time being.

I have to go in. Good luck,

I mean with your work.

- Bye.

- Bye.

Yes. Uruguay.

About 16 pesos.

Alright, bye.

Ramiro, you go.

It's downtown. Here.

- I have to fill up with gas.

- Alright, hurry up.

What do you want?

I'm looking for a grocery store,

but I have this address.

- Who are you looking for?

- Wense.

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