Dossiê Jango

Dossiê Jango


João Goulart (known as Jango) had been democratically elected president of Brazil, but was expelled from office after the coup of April 1, 1964. After that, Jango lived in exile in Argentina, where he died in 1976. The circumstances of his death in the neighboring country were not well explained today. His body was buried immediately after his death, raising the suspicions of premeditated murder. This documentary brings the issue back to the fore and tries to publicly clarify some obscure facts of the history of Brazil. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Dossiê Jango torrent reviews

Paul A (br) wrote: This was a good thriller movie with great acting and a decent storyline, definitely a movie worth watching even though it was pretty depressing.

Jamey P (gb) wrote: This isn't my main film type but Jennifer Garner is delightful in these roles. If you're going to watch a romantic comedy you can do a lot worse than this.

Paul D (de) wrote: A treasure. This bittersweet comedy and detective film features an exceptional cast, story and look. It's worth seeing many times for the subtle and rapid dialogue, visual clues and pace.

Jude P (ag) wrote: Nothing exiting but a average American life style !

Demetrius G (es) wrote: Cute movie...Offered you a look into the mind of young ladies. What they think about, issues they face. This was a female version of KIDS. Such a great film. The movie is quite unique and unusual, and it almost has a documentary feel to it. Would recommend seeing it if you have not already.

James F (gb) wrote: I thought it was ok, you don't require a lot of energy to watch this one, some people might like it more, but I did think the percentage on here was a bit off reality.

russell b (de) wrote: Cynthia S: You are clearly a spoiled and sheltered white princess to write that kind of review. But to say that 'this would be considered a good movie 20 years ago" shows that no man would marry you for your mind ( or complete lackthereof).

Day M (nl) wrote: not your typical movie - and that's a good thing. shows our history/shades/nuances in a very rich tapestry. Highly recommended

Melanie D (de) wrote: A very entertaining turnaround day for a loser whose luck's about to change.

Liam B (us) wrote: Very good movie, probably one of the best outlooks on what the future has installed for us quite enjoyed watching this movie when I was younger, George Lucas can really create something different and be great at the same time.

Spencer H (kr) wrote: Psycho was not as good as I thought it would be, but it's still a very good movie with a really good, and creepy twist.

Tom H (us) wrote: A fine film from Sirk. Reportedly this is his own personal favorite out of all the films he has made.

Slappy M (it) wrote: Not that great. Just a pre-cursor to the police procedurals that are some common nowadays. Didn't really care about any of the characters. Oh well.

Cameron C (mx) wrote: I watched it as background noise while I was doing some homework since I've been watching 80s horror movies lately. It had the opposite problem of most movies-- it was very well executed, but the story was crap.

Kerby H (it) wrote: I actually really liked this. The football scenes are great, and the whole thing was pretty funny.

Tommie G (ag) wrote: A story about an old man trying to get laid. How high could your expectations be?

Simon D (ca) wrote: A good story, who'd have thought that the Cartman/Scott Tennerman fued was based on Shakespeare. Possibly the best Shako adaptation I've seen. It's weirdly done in a sort of Baz Luhrmann style where the period of the piece is ignored totally resulting in a mixture of old and new, which doesn't often work but I think it does in this. At least it didn't have Kylie Minogue singing Nirvana songs. Be prepared to concentrate very hard on the Shakespearian dialogue for over 2 and half hours. It does take some doing, but it's worth it.