Drifter

Drifter

Three lonely drifters follow different paths on the roads of northeastern Minas Gerais, Brazil. A film about the connections between walking and thinking, in which the ever-changing nature of things turns life into a place of mere passing.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:80 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:one word title,  

Between the cities of Montes Claros and Pedra Azul, in the northeast of Minas Gerais state, Brazil, three lonely drifters follow different paths, establishing very personal relationships with the elements of a transitory world. “Drifter” is the second film of Cao Guimarães’ solitude trilogy and emphasizes the connections between walking and thinking. Through the constant movement of ephemeral sounds and images, it brings up a contemplation of life as a place of mere passing. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Liam M (mx) wrote: As with the first, this is a highly hit and miss collection. Often pointless, highly formulaic...and only very occasionally, genius. It's worth wading through the bad for those intense moments of really, really good. As with most anthology movies. They save the very best till last.

Vickie V (kr) wrote: Wow, the only redeeming quality if this movie was the opportunity to see everyone get killed. The only movie I can think of that is worse is Open Water 2.

Dani P (ru) wrote: A little bit boring because there's too much drama but this film has an impressive art direction, costumes, scenary and photography. Besides, La Seydoux and Diane Kruger's performances are stunning and they're worth seeing even if the story doesn't interest you. I also liked this new view on French Revolution, without deaths or any other kind of violence. Jacquot's movie has an interesting approach on this historical event and I really liked his bouldness and creativity.

Rick B (jp) wrote: The Jesse Stone series is one of my favorites. I couldn't wait for this new one to come out.And as usual it was GREAT!!

Dryorophus (jp) wrote: Very much poop in this movie...Don't see it, if you don't want to waste 90 min

Scott M (es) wrote: The cinematography deserved its awards. Brilliant stuff that kept me entertained until the end. Clive Owen is as usual very good. I love the story. But the movie itself lacked tension and suspense.

Ben G (gb) wrote: A departure from Kitano's films such as Violent Cop, Sonatine...etc..but showing ingredients of the films to come such as Hana Bi and Dolls.. Not his best, slightly drawn out, but still worth a watch!!

Karen L (de) wrote: Love it! My sister and I used to watch this just about every weekend. It's not "Cinema," but it's a great "Flick."

Greg W (de) wrote: awesomely good musical doc

Steve G (br) wrote: Any resemblance between this movie and the biblical story of Esther is purely coincidental.

Private U (it) wrote: Brilliant laughs all round!

Waleed A (mx) wrote: amazing movie. awesome story, interesting premise, great action, very funny, and a very deep psychological aspect to it. beastly directing. by far the best "found footage" movie imo. they used it in so many creative ways. and they kept true to it. when a camera was far you couldn't hear the words they were saying, just their voices. or the security footage having no sound. it was so impactful and made it feel real. (3 viewings)SPOILERSi loved the way they expanded on the original premise. how they could eventually fly, and put a forcefield around themselves. i loved how in the beginning they were learning it, practicing, messing with people, etc. i also liked that the nerdy kid that everyone picks on is not the good guy but the villain. it makes you think that after all the psychological damage that he went through, when he finally had the power to do something about it, he used it for revenge, etc instead of good. as a smart uncle once said, with great power comes great responsibility.

Larry H (fr) wrote: Love this movie and can't believe it took so long to make another.