Conterrâneos Velhos de Guerra

Conterrâneos Velhos de Guerra

Documentary about the people who came from all over Brazil to work in the construction of the city of Brasília, their stories, and the abuse and humiliation they suffered in the process.

Documentary about the people who came from all over Brazil to work in the construction of the city of Brasília, their stories, and the abuse and humiliation they suffered in the process. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Conterrâneos Velhos de Guerra torrent reviews

Armando P (es) wrote: Movies like this make Fincher one of the best movie directors to ever exist.

Gabriel C (ag) wrote: Sharp dialogue and deft performances make Chronicle more than just another found-footage flick.

Kevin T (us) wrote: This film is groundbreaking on so many levels. The subject matter (the first film to respectfully and intelligently address an issue as delicate as intersex identity), the effortlessly perfect cinematography, and the intensely personal acting all coalesce into one of the best films I've seen to date. There are some challenging scenes throughout, so I encourage any interested to be aware. Ultimately though, Puenzo has created a beautiful film that sheds light onto a group of people previously ignored in film.

J G (ca) wrote: Meh, it was okay... at one point I thought it was pretty cool, but it just went downhill from there...

David F (it) wrote: Really boring film, Pointless plot and poor acting !!!!

Maria G (ca) wrote: non male.. un po' lento in certo punti

Christopher B (de) wrote: AAAHHH! WE'RE GONNA DIIIIIIEEEEEEEE of laughter! Beavis And Butthead Do America is an adventure too inappropriate and to hilarious for just your television. full of dirty jokes, tons of humor and unexpected surprises.

Dustin D (ag) wrote: The Street Fighter sequel has a few decent action scenes, but none are nearly as over-the-top as the original (which was sort of the point of that film). The meandering story feels long even at 77 minutes, with overlong flashbacks to the first film hinting at this one's dearth of ideas.

Chris W (de) wrote: This one's surprisingly solid as both campy fun and a decent actioner in general. Of course, I'm also meaning decent on the B-Movie scale, but still, some fine work. Tamara Dobson is fine in the lead, and she comes off as more Afrocentric than her contemporary Pam Grier, if you're into subtext sorts of things.The film addresses urban poverty, crime, drugs, THE MAN, and has some hilarious political incorrect giggle moments (well, especially for me given my age, race, and the fact that I've never watched this film without alcohol in my system. So yeah, it might be cheap, and a bit of a mess, but it's blaxploitation, so it's not boring, and quite a lot of fun.This is basically one of the required watches of that wonderful subgenre, so definitely give it a watch if this is your sort of thing.

Mohammed A (us) wrote: It's good movie to watch

Adam F (es) wrote: "Secret Window" is well acted and there are some genuinely creepy moments but you can tell it's based on a short story because the movie feels padded out.Mort Rainey (Johnny Depp) is a stressed and depressed writer hiding in a secluded cabin to "working" while avoiding his impending divorce. Mort is surprised when John Shooter (John Turturro), a Mississippi dairy farmer suddenly confronts him and accuses him of plagiarism. Mort dismisses the man until it becomes clear that Shooter's threats are genuine.Johnny Depp is convincing as an author who's circling the drain, wasting his time on the couch instead of writing, basically washed up and very bitter about his failed marriage. He makes for an interesting protagonist because just when you think it can't get any worse for him, it does. John Turturro is truly awesome as John Shooter, who comes out of the blue one day with some accusations of plagiarism. He comes off as really creepy when he asks not for money, but for a technical compensation. It's something to do with the story itself. I won't say any more. Turturro looks and sounds threatening in a creepy, offbeat way that gets you hooked.The problem is in the way the characters' reactions are written. Everyone is taking this news of death threats and impending violence like it's accusations of witchcraft. The town sheriff doesn't seem very concerned after things start to escalate, Mort's wife Amy (Maria Bello) doesn't even try to be cautious even when things are clearly spinning out of control. When threatened with death you still never sense that she realizes how dire the situation is. Mort even hires a bodyguard who treats the whole thing like it's a joke. All of these low-key responses take away a lot of the tension. It's too bad because it builds up tremendously whenever Mort and John are on-screen.There are some good parts here and there in "Secret Window". I liked the ending so overall it's an ok thriller. It's not great but worth taking a look to see if it will be your thing. (On Dvd, February 28, 2013)

Doctor S (mx) wrote: Basically and updating of the exorcistic, complete with the 1970s setting. A few good scares and some effective visual effects, but I have a hard time buying into these haunted house/demonic possession premises. Doesn't help that they rather pointlessly throw in an evil doll for bad measure. OK for the genre but I won't be bothering with the sequel.

Matt C (ca) wrote: Brilliant and frustrating in equal measures. The opening hour in particular is brilliant stuff and the performances by Roberts and Harris are immense. In the second half though (to steal an appropriate Rugby cliche) it does lose it's way. Plots are left unfinished and the constant wailing becomes a little annoying. Still lots of breathtaking things to be said as a whole though.

Nadine M (us) wrote: well that dummy shouldn't have pissed them off