Além da Luz

Além da Luz

Beyond the Light takes us into the universe of the visually impaired through seven Brazilian blind people and exposes the importance of education and information - and in that context Louis Braille's system - for a better life.

Beyond the Light takes us into the universe of the visually impaired through seven Brazilian blind people and exposes the importance of education and information - and in that context Louis Braille's system - for a better life. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Além da Luz torrent reviews

Kirsten20 G (ru) wrote: this movie is so under rated, it was fantastic. Great story twist. You think you know what is going to happen next and then your mind is blown. Shia is an amazing actor and really pulls at your heart strings.

Sebastian P (us) wrote: apart from the end, i really enjoyed watching

RA L (jp) wrote: WEB-LETTERBOX. Bastante circular en su quietud. Dice mucho con detalles pequeos, lo cual convierte en sutil tanto su estilo como su resonancia. / Quite circular in its quietness. It says a lot with small details, which renders subtle its style as well as its resonance.

John B (us) wrote: I liked the movie, the portrayal is good and worth watching!!!

Michael W (nl) wrote: Vice cadets in training contains a handful of laughs and a happy ending to boot. The girls are easy to root for, even spoiled Ginger Lynn. Won USA Network's B-movie award and had their highest late-night cable rating when first aired, so it must be good.

Stella D (mx) wrote: robert downey's dad produced this withering satire in 1969 giving madison avenue and 60's race relations a thorough skewering. it's a bit scattered and certainly dated with no-budget production values and the dubbing of swope's lines throughout bothered me. i wish i could give it more than 3 stars as i certainly admire the spirit behind it. of interest to fans of underground films and counterculture

David H (us) wrote: An absolutely groundbreaking documentary in its day, Salesman still holds up wonderfully today. The Maysles are masters of their craft, juxtaposing scenes with the utmost care and grace. There are times when Salesman actually feels like a fiction film, and all the better for it; with the presence of narrative, spectators are drawn in to the proceedings seemingly effortlessly. While the film looks to be cinema verite on its surface, Salesman actually presents a fascinating combination of verite and direct cinema. While the presence of the camera is sometimes acknowledged (typically something not done in standard verite), it's not done explicitly; the cameraman (Albert Maysles, in this case) feels as if he's part of the action, so the documentary becomes an interesting hybrid of the observational and participatory modes as defined by Bill Nichols. That, and it's beautifully shot and photographed; based on the camera angles, the Maysles effectively draw spectators in to the world of the documentary's subjects. Also, what's explored here is still shockingly relevant. Norman Mailer was right when he said that Salesman has a lot to say about American life. Thankfully, the film is still saying it loud and clear more than forty years later.

Miguel R (kr) wrote: Entertaining and exciting with a memorable performance from John Wayne, True Grit ranks among one of the finest westerns ever made!

Tyre C (ag) wrote: awesome movie. a must see movie

Sanity Assassin (mx) wrote: mitchum & maclaine, as always, on form. The script, although good, could have been better. Don't watch for laughs!