Diamantes negros

Diamantes negros

Diamantes Negros tells the long journey undertaken by two young boys from Mali who arrive in Spain after being persuaded to pursue their dream of escaping from poverty by becoming professional football players.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:2013
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:Diamantes negros 2013 full movies, Diamantes negros torrents movie

Diamantes Negros tells the long journey undertaken by two young boys from Mali who arrive in Spain after being persuaded to pursue their dream of escaping from poverty by becoming professional football players. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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max m (kr) wrote: Me gusta pelotero. Es porque dos peloteros de la RD. Migues sanos es tonto y extrovertido. Jean Carlos es serio y trabajador.. Los dos son atletico.

Zachary P (ag) wrote: it was good, not the best.

Beth B (br) wrote: Such an odd, curious obsession. Having just watched the movie, we wanted to see the documentary. I wish it shed more light on Philippe and what motivated him.

Rodrigo G (au) wrote: OMFG ITS LINSAY LOHAN!

Shewan H (ru) wrote: For those who give the film any less than a 2 star rating, one or more of a few things are at work: they didn't watch the entire movie, they allowed the Bennifer backlash to influence their experience, they allowed the critical backlash to influence their experience, they don't like Jennifer or Ben as actors, they wanted to jump on the bandwagon of the film's bashing or some combination of these reasons (none of which are real reasons to dislike the film). I saw it in theaters, I bought it and have watched it a number of times since. Is it the best movie ever made? Certainly not, but it is so far from the worst ever made and if you actually look at the box office debut and numbers, far worse bombs invaded the box office before and have since. Jennifer Lopez gives an incredibly believable and nuanced performance as Ricki. She's directed very well and her character is crafted. Nice job! Al Pacino and Christopher Walken are crazily wonderful in their cameos. And while the story isn't ground breaking, I give it credit for originality. It's not another superhero movie or franchise which Hollywood has been obsessed with churning out for years now. It's entertaining and funny. Haters are going to find hate because they're too lazy to form their own opinions. Bottom line: the film is overly criticized because of their very public relationship but so far away from the bottom of the barrel that people are so keen to place it in. Look at the numbers people. As obsessed as the industry is with money, many more films fall well below Gigli.

Dean H (es) wrote: Fagioli anyone? Oh and fuck Tarantino for using the theme tune!

Cal (us) wrote: Every filmmaker has to begin somewhere. For some directors, television ignited their infatuation with the art. For other directors, such as Steven Spielberg, a love for filmmaking ripened during childhood years when they helmed cheap, amateur home movies. Spielberg both wrote and directed Amblin' - this short film shot on 35mm on a budget of $15,000 in 1968. Although a mere 26 minutes in length, Amblin' brought Spielberg into the spotlight, and he became the youngest director in history to be signed to a long-term deal with a major Hollywood studio. Sid Sheinberg was the vice president of production for Universal's TV arm, and he viewed Spielberg's short. Spielberg was subsequently signed to a seven-year contract under the Television division of Universal. In later years Spielberg became the Hollywood director everyone now recognises him for, and he employed the title of Amblin' as a name for his film company - Amblin Entertainment. The story concerns two hitchhikers (Levin, McMyler) who hook up in the middle of the desert in southern California, en route to the Pacific Coast. The film chronicles their chance meeting, their initial bond, and their journey to the paradisiacal beach as they develop into friends and lovers. Story-wise, there isn't much to Amblin' - it simply conveys a straightforward love story using visuals and omnipresent acoustic guitar music instead of dialogue. Amblin' is essentially a prolonged montage showcasing the beautiful cinematography of Allen Daviau. Naturally, Spielberg went on to direct such blockbusters as Jurassic Park, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Jaws. Yet after visiting early efforts of Spielberg it reminds us that special effects and a colossal budget aren't as crucial as wonderful acting and a good (if slender) story. Looking back at Spielberg's roots, it's easy to see why the director shot to big-time stardom. He handles the script (he wrote himself) with utter dexterity. The film flows naturally and fluidly, with his economic direction resulting in a valuably ponderous pace. It does linger unnecessarily on a few plot points, yet it's mesmerising to witness the cinematic techniques on offer - there are dark silhouettes against a white desert background, wide angles showcasing the stunning locales, and the actors continually registering expressions on their faces to convey their thoughts (rather than using heavy dialogue). Throughout the film the only words spoken are those in the title song (by October Country). As for the other music, there's soft acoustic guitar accompanied by beautifully rendered ambiance of the desert. In all honesty, not much actually transpires during the 26-minute running time. It probably appears to be an incoherent succession of random bonding scenes. It isn't much more than a montage (as stated previously), but at least it's a concise and beautiful montage. Spielberg found Richard Levin working as a librarian in the Beverly Hills library. For the female hitchhiking companion, Pamela McMyler was discovered in the Academy Players directory. These two performers may have had little acting experience prior to Amblin', yet Spielberg has managed to get great performances. Amblin' became a reality when Spielberg met aspiring producer Dennis Hoffman who agreed to finance the short film. Filming transpired over a few weeks in a soundstage and on various desert locations, with the final sequenced filmed outside Jack Palance's house in Malibu. On rough terrain and in punishing 105-degree heat, many of the unpaid crew left before filming was completed. Filming eventually wrapped in July 1968, with the premiere in December of the same year (it shared a double bill with Otto Preminger's Skidoo). Amblin' won several awards, and Spielberg received his contract at Universal. All in all, Steven Spielberg's Amblin' is an interesting little flick certainly worth visiting for avid fans of the director. All aspiring filmmakers will learn a thing or two from this motion picture; primarily that simplicity can spawn beautiful results when in the right hands. I suggest YouTube would be the ideal location if you wish to see this gem.

Scott R (br) wrote: Despite the melodrama, the twisted story still rips with the passion and tragedy of Tennessee Williams. Clift is just there as the guide, but he was not the focus but only the Doctor finding out the problem and solving it. Hepburn did well as a charming senile woman, but it was one of Taylor's best performances and she was beautiful.

i C (ru) wrote: This movie is shit. he get hit like 1 time in the hole film. are you fu****** kidding me