The story of real-life singing legend Amália Rodrigues who ruled the famous Portuguese acoustic guitar and vocals based music genre called fado.
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Amália torrent reviews
Gina W (jp) wrote: A very thoughtful and funny movie about what has happened with all the Agree statements we click online. The movie covers beginning contracts and privacy agreements, and how they have now evolved to limit (and almost end) our privacy, and how this information is for sale to other corporations and to the government. Enjoyable docu-comedy.
Spencer S (us) wrote: A complete disgrace to the classic cartoon.
Kieran L (br) wrote: Extremely confronting encounter between two tortured souls
Kelsey R (au) wrote: A film that challenges you to see if there is a lesson or a silver lining in everything.
Gregory W (mx) wrote: interesting premise follow up not so much
Henry K (gb) wrote: A very realistic film, Savior suffers only from what appears to be a low budget and some slightly stilted acting and dialog. However, Stellan Skarsgrd in the early part of the movie depicts a good mercenary, and this seems to set up Quaid's character's transition from cold killer to the "Savior" at the end of the movie. A great deal of very emotional scenes, depicting horrors of genocide and murder, so it's best not to watch this film in a testosterone-filled group who can't bear to show emotion in front of each other. Balkan folk music puts the finishing touches on a great film. 4.5/5, which I shall say rounds up, so five stars.
Sunny S (ru) wrote: beautifully made movie
Niina D (gb) wrote: Smart, funny and thoroughly enjoyable. Who knew that Jude Law can act?