Crioulo Doido

Crioulo Doido

Fable about the financial and social ascension of a black man in a small town, in the interior of the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, and his existential crisis when he begins to believe the world is going to end.

Fable about the financial and social ascension of a black man in a small town, in the interior of the State of Minas Gerais, Brazil, and his existential crisis when he begins to believe the world is going to end. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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MF J (ca) wrote: an intelligent and interesting teenage drama about a boy going through life changes while his dysfunctional family is falling apart. Well directed, well acted this film benefits from a good story and some well written dialogues.

John D (it) wrote: Spans 16 critical years in British music, beginning with punk, continuing through new wave and the subsequent rise and fall of early rave culture. Set in Manchester with lots of great tracks throughout.

ifk k (ca) wrote: i lv dis movie coz it was emotion in da end

Immaculate E (es) wrote: The extremely bad acting and atrocious makeup hurt what was otherwise a relevatory piece of filmmaking.Heres a bit of information i found on the director who's films ill be reviewing here in the coming weeks:Sergei Paradjanov was born in Tblisi, Georgia (former Soviet Union) in 1924. In 1964 he was able to direct 'Shadows of our Forgotten Ancestors'; a boldly conceived and astonishingly photographed blend of enchanting mythology, hypnotic religious iconography, and pagan magic introducing the world to a new idiosyncratic cinema talent.In 1968 he created one of many masterpieces; "Sayat Nova" which was promptly banned by Soviet authorities. It was renamed (and re-edited without his approval) and entitled "The Color of Pomegranates". For religious sympathies and lack of conformity to the strict socialist realism of the former Soviet union Paradjanov was arrested in December of 1973 and sentenced to five years imprisonment - residing in various hard-labor camps.An important group of world-famous filmmakers, artists and activists (including notables such as Federico Fellini, Tonino Guerra, Francesco Rosi, Poet Louis Aragon, Mikhail Vartanov, Giulietta Masina, Marcello Mastroianni and Bernardo Bertolucci) persistently protested Paradjanov was eventually released after 4 years. His activity remained monitored and he was limited by the Soviet authorities but 15 years after "Sayat Nova" he created "The Legend of the Suram Fortress"; a folk tale and adapted from the novella by Daniel Chongadze. Once again the cinema world was peering inside viewing vividly poetic and poignant imagery.In 1986 Parajanov made yet another multi-award winning film, Ashug-Karibi (1988), based on a tale by Mikhail Lermontov, and he dedicated the film to his friend Andrei Tarkovsky. His stay in prison had crushed his health, and he passed away in July of 1990 of cancer, leaving the world a rich and unforgettable blend of unique and meaningful cinema but his legendary films live on and his picture adorns a postage stamp in Armenia.

Dillon L (jp) wrote: Funny and full of heart

Kim D (br) wrote: k where can I watch this movie.

Michael T (jp) wrote: All-star Universal monster mash; highly entertaining.

Jayakrishnan R (mx) wrote: 85%Watched this on 31/5/15Memoirs of a Geisha is a subtle, well shot and acted film with great music and marvelous cinematography. Also it captures one of Japan's most ancient artist groups with vivid attraction though at times they can simply be prying and nagging. Li Gong adds much spark to this film and lead actress Ziyi Zhang is also great in her role.