186 Dollars to Freedom
A young California surfer has to grow up in a hurry when he is thrown into a Peruvian political prison in 1980.
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186 Dollars to Freedom torrent reviews
Mark H (fr) wrote: Great archival photos and film clips; good narration and interviews; would have liked a bit more depth....more since the mid-80's - Alice's golf, solid rock foundation, conversion to Christianity, etc. For those who know the story, not a lot new here. Loved it....wanted more.
Josep P (mx) wrote: The Loving Story 
jessica p (de) wrote: Totally on the bear's side.
Serge L (ca) wrote: Tough very realistically made story of Siberian prisoners that escaped through a very long trek in beautiful and unforgiving landscapes of incredible variety. Heartbreaking but visually extraordinary. Definitely worth seeing a second time.
Matt W (de) wrote: Enjoyable and easy to watch but has a weird vibe set from the beginning
Jeff S (kr) wrote: This film combined the perfect blend of teenage angst, drama, and comedy, in a wonderful combination that was heartwarming to the very core. Albeit the mother's devotion to her son definitely borderlined on the creepy, and the female best friend character was random at best, but all of the colourful characters were entrancing and the plot flowed seamlessly from start to finish. A joyous view.
Christopher B (kr) wrote: While not a riveting story, this feels so comfortable just on the pacing of a 70's TV show. A few good twists once you get into the second half of the story, and hey; who'd have guessed an older Conrad could have held his own against Norris!
Harim K (kr) wrote: it's not a good sign when the historical footages mixed in with the drama (awkwardly, no less) seem more interesting to the extent that when the movie cuts back to action on the set you wish you could just see more historical footages