El sistema

El sistema

El Sistema is a network of childrens and youth orchestras, music centres and workshops in Venezuela, in which more than 250,000 children and young people are currently learning to play an instrument. It was set up over thirty years ago by José Antonio Abreu, who was driven by the utopian vision of a better future. In the dangerous and poverty-stricken shanty towns of Caracas, Abreu lifts children out of poverty through music, changing both people and structures. The film El Sistema shows how Abreus astonishing ideas have led the way out of the vicious circle of poverty - and how the power of music has been able to change the lives of hundreds of thousands of young people.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:120 minutes
  • Release:2008
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:El sistema 2008 full movies, El sistema torrents movie

A film by Paul Smaczny and Maria Stodtmeier. Venezuela's unique system of music education takes children from violent slums and turns some of them into world-class musicians. El Sistema ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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El sistema torrent reviews

bat u (br) wrote: more like birth canal no but it's good

Kyle R (us) wrote: its a good acting performance by the cast - all of whom are playing their stereotypical characters - and features some fine writing with a fairly unique premise. Some of the jokes are witty and some are fairly crude. It features a happy ever after ending which soured it a bit for me, but that's personal preference and I won't let take away from what I found to be a good movie with some actors who I wanted to see on the big screen.

Thomas M (au) wrote: One more time the producers were proud to say that movie were the one who could equal the comic. One more time they were wrong. The character of Asterix is still too different from the original character. The actor does not change anything. Nevertheless, Obelix is more truthfull, but could be better. The producers tried to mix two different album, Asterix in Britain and Asterix and the Normans... The Normans were not necessary and their place in the film is just to allow Dany Boon to have a part in this film. Too many modification compared to the original comic.

Mvke S (nl) wrote: Great great great great, movie. Loila is Osposla fandargeop frither in the darkofthemoonagestonedoutofmymindbitchfuckyouyoupieceofshitnooneevencaresanymoregosuckacockyoupieceoffuckingshityoufuckingcocklovingfucknurfromfuckingfucktownwhichislocatedjustsouthofhellwherethedevilgoesonvacationandbuttfuckanyonewoisaroundoufuckingdiscofuckbictchtitsmotherfuckinglicksfromfuckinghellfuckfuckfuck

Shireen H (fr) wrote: Good plot. But anticlimactic, with melodramatic acting (except Minnie Driver.)

Olly H (de) wrote: gut durchdachter horrorfilm der auch nach solanger zeit immer wieder spass macht

Sylvester K (gb) wrote: The writing was uneven, characters were unlikable, everyone was shouting, and most importantly, you don't have to crawl. It's a B movie that came out of Australia, so you can't really expect much from them. Acting wise, it was just dreadful across the board, everyone was terrible, especially Peta Sergeant, she's the worst. It's basically a downgraded version of Aliens or Event Horizon, with all the soldiers being Hudsons. Althought there's a nice little twist at the end but it doesn't serve for any satisfaction. The problem with the film was the amount of questions left unanswered, you really can't enjoy the film because the characters are all so irritating.

Akosa M (ru) wrote: nice movie but doesnt look real

The Movie G (us) wrote: If you crave movie and film then you will L.O.V.E this movie

Frances H (ca) wrote: An intelligent tense screenplay from what was a great play makes very fascinating viewing, with a to die for cast who all play their parts to the hilt. Don't miss it. Who would have thought a play about math so engrossing?

Elliott B (it) wrote: Okish Disney kids movie with alien kids and The Rock. UFO convention with fans dressed as stormtroopers!