A Severa

A Severa

Based on the novel of the same name, by Júlio Dantas, this is the first Portuguese all-talking sound film, dramatization of the story of the Fado singer Maria Severa Onofriana, known as A Severa.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:110 minutes
  • Release:1931
  • Language:Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on novel,  

The (too brief) life, the (ardent) loves and the (too early) death of Maria Severa Onofirana (1820-1846), better known as "A Severa", a beautiful gypsy who, besides being a prostitute, sang... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matt D (au) wrote: Perhaps the pacing was uneven or just what I'm not used to, while I did enjoy seeing another side of Africa, I did not become involved with the story and why I should care for these characters.

Arne F (us) wrote: Grei film fr tida rett etter Jesus dd, men ikkje dei heilt store skodespelarprestasjonane

Sarah H (au) wrote: Apparently having three thumbs is so normal in India that no one can figure out who the masked man is. It's not horrible, actually pretty funny in parts, typical love story mixed in with a little bit of action.

Savannah M (gb) wrote: My son LOVES these Halloweentown movies. I, could do without!

Vadim D (kr) wrote: The movie is gorgeous to look at and beautifully acted. The themes are profound and still relevant. The direction is great and so is the screenplay. It's almost a perfect film, but for the melodrama that gets heavy-handed and obvious at times. Sometimes the film feels as if it was stage play (it never was), but the great visuals and style are able to elevate this drama above just another melodrama.

Rafal K (mx) wrote: Very interesting idea, really funny movie and something quite different from Hollywood productions - leaves you with a broad smile :)

Rashmi P (br) wrote: starts with a promise. ends with a half-kept one. a good watch still.

Telia B (it) wrote: I remember when I saw this movie back when I was a child growing up. I used to watch this over & over again when my mother rent this tape.

Carlos B (ag) wrote: no tiene precio ver a Pe, Bardem Y Molla tonteando con sus primeras interpretaciones, jeje

Steve D (jp) wrote: Wes makes a great comic movie equal parts horror and action. plenty of campy moments and dated effects (especially the end) but the film is never boring.

Nathan C (ca) wrote: It's a decent teen film, yet not a very good one. It does boast great acting from the youngsters and a surprisingly thoughtful script, yet mixed messages, a meandering pace, and an uneven tone are what makes this fall short. It's not really the fun family movie it wants to be, but it ends up being a down-to-earth film more suitable for older kids and teenagers. Perhaps those who were kids in the 80's/90's would appreciate this better than I did. Still an enjoyable flick for those who want a fix of nostalgia, humor, and a little bit of warmth.

Paul D (jp) wrote: This one stayed with me.

Leslie B (de) wrote: mosura is a timeless kaiju classic. has a great story, plot, characters and songs. i advise those to see the original jap version cuz its better than the dub.

Jacob F (fr) wrote: Not very good, waste of a good cast. Colin Firth was great and menacing.

marco g (es) wrote: I'm in love with this movie #1 vampire fan

Parsa F (es) wrote: Ugh. My sister made me watch this piece of garbage.

007 W (ag) wrote: Batteries not included is.......interesting. I remember watching this as a kid, but now it's really cheesy, I don't know what to say about it I'll give it a 5/10