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Goya's Ghosts

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Set against the backdrop of political turmoil at the end of the Spanish Inquisition and start of the invasion of Spain by Napoleon's army, the film tells the story of painter Francisco Goya who faces a scandal involving his muse, who is labeled a heretic by a monk.
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Cinema em Cena
Goya, aqui, é o coadjuvante de luxo de uma história que não faz jus nem mesmo aos seus protagonistas.
December 21, 2007
Orlando Sentinel
Think of it as an Amadeus that doesn't work.
August 23, 2007
Ozus' World Movie Reviews
A ridiculous biopic of the great Spanish artist.
January 19, 2014
Detroit News
Misery, misery, misery.
August 03, 2007
Baltimore Sun
Goya gets lost as the filmmakers turn Spanish history into a chronicle of easy contemporary targets. They don't just hit the social-political bull's-eye -- they obliterate it with a cannon and inadvertently scorch the dramatic landscape all around it.
September 07, 2007
Creative Loafing
A storyline that turns so silly, you half-expect Mel Brooks to show up reprising his "Inquisition" musical number from History of the World Part I.
October 10, 2007
Houston Chronicle
A punishing misfire.
August 03, 2007
Miami Herald
Captures the essence of the period -- an intriguing, backward era in Spain -- but without the emotional impact that such a film requires.
August 24, 2007
Hollywood Reporter
A modern sensibility afflicts much of the screenplay, with characters expressing thoughts and opinions for our ears rather than acting as people of that era.
August 08, 2007