Drama • R • 2002 • 2 hr 3 min
Captivating film celebrating the life of the enigmatic artist. The skill, depth, and colors easily make this a favorite!
Selma Hayek did Frida proud! She was fiery and outrageous just like Frida was supposed to be. Beautiful visually too
Tells a very significant historical story and is well done; everyone should watch and learn from it
A really good artistic movie, they showed Frida’s life perfectly only I expected to see more paintings. Good cast and a beautiful ending
Salma Hayek as Frida Khalo is just amazing and her portrait is just made for her. I really love this movie.
This movie is amazing. Salma Hayek is flawless and stunning in every scene.
A deep journey into the life of Frida. Be intrigued, inspired & probably saddened too. Of a strong, resilient, passionate and talented woman
Great acting and a strong look into the tragic and tumultuous life of Frida Kahlo.
Eye opening to see the life of frida and salma Hayek did a great job
One of my all time favs. The story and the theme was satisfying if you love seeing new cultures and art.
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