Angano... Angano...

Angano... Angano...

Venerable storytellers recount for the camera and their listeners the founding myths of Malagasy culture.

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Angano... Angano... torrent reviews

Dennis b (kr) wrote: Enjoyable but........

Jim B (mx) wrote: I haven't seen the first one but this seemed to follow in the same footsteps as Trailer park boys, another Canadian slacker comedy. Funny stuff.

Paul D (es) wrote: Much like the first film what it lacks in laughs, it makes up for with the story. In fact, I would say that the story for this one is a bit better. Sad to hear the late (and beautiful) Brittney Murphy's voice again, but the regular crew keep up the entertainment. I only wish they would aim for a few more laughs than they seem to be for these things.

Adrian Z (de) wrote: Another movie I will probably be subjected to.

Alexander C (gb) wrote: Would like to get round to seeing!

Private U (ru) wrote: 10 February 2007. Another great British drama. Under 80 minutes, full of brilliant cinematography, beautiful songs and painful truth.

Scott S (us) wrote: This film about a child dealing with the hardships in an adult world, will tug on your heartstrings and make you reminisce about one's childhood

Ben W (ag) wrote: only the second film ive seen by agnes varda, and i must say that i liked it much better than cleo from 5 to 7. its a portrait of an outsider, one indicative of her generation. played unsentimentally by sandrine bonnaire and yet with a great deal of humanity. it is not a happy tale as are most stories about vagrants, but it is an interesting one, with interesting characters that you dont normally meet in film. the character of mona is a mirror for the lives of all the people that she comes in contact with. in the hands of directors other than varda, this could be a tedious experience, but as it is, its a film that you dont connect with in the normal ways. it forges new ways of communicating with its audience, and thats never a bad thing.

Bheema D (de) wrote: An incredibly ambitious, heartbreaking and influential film. With innovative camerawork, simplistic sentimentality, a classic plot, and a lack of certainty in its morality, it has all the makings of a real "best picture" winner.

Samantha C (ca) wrote: This is a lovely fim for children to watch id even wacth it now at my age because it such a sweet fim.