Fragments of an Alms-Film
Fragmentos de um Filme-Esmola: A Sagrada Família (original title) Maria works in a German umbrella factory as the foreman of the production sector. João Lucas has given up on living a normal life and practically lives in bed, in the midst of green plants. His father expressly desired that his son film this eccentric daily life in 8 mm format. Maria’s wages are dilapidated to the last penny by this amateur, monstrous, family movie production.
- Stars:Manuela de Freitas, João Perry, Dalila Rocha, Catarina Coelho, Fernando Soares, Maria Clementina Monteiro, José Gabriel, Luís Miguel Cintra,
- Director:João César Monteiro,
- Writer:Esquilo (text), James Joyce (text), Fernando Ponce (text), André Breton (text), João César Monteiro
Fragmentos de um Filme-Esmola: A Sagrada Família (original title) Maria works in a German umbrella factory as the foreman of the production sector. João Lucas has given up on living a normal life and practically lives in bed, in the midst of green plants. His father expressly desired that his son film this eccentric daily life in 8 mm format. Maria’s wages are dilapidated to the last penny by this amateur, monstrous, family movie production. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Fragments of an Alms-Film torrent reviews
(br) wrote: The title refers to a man, while the film portrays a family. God blessed Ozzy Osbourne; his woman helped him with his mind.
(ru) wrote: As far as the plot goes, it's hovering around 3 stars. However, Nigel (Mikkelsen) and the overall cinematography is enough to bump it up to a 4 for me. The soundtrack is lovely.
(ca) wrote: Best comedy I've seen in a long time. Sexy, dark at times, frequently funny. I'm glad a comedy can have some heavy emotional moments to it, makes for a better all around movie sometimes. IMO.
(it) wrote: A beautiful woman is obsessed with inking characters on human flesh, making herself and her lovers into living books. Gorgeous and sensual, with layered images and pictures framed inside of other pictures. Greenaway's painterly picture is a loving tribute both to calligraphy and to the nude human form, and the movie would be a classic if only there was a story attached to the sumptuous images.
(fr) wrote: An entertaining salute to the daily grind of the office worker. Bitchin' soundtrack too.
(jp) wrote: Best holocaust movie.
(br) wrote: An overall fun and interesting musical, which sticks with you and is a lot better then modern mainstream moviemusical.
(ca) wrote: Something that was a wannabe Horror of Dracula would be mediocre, but something that is more like a wannabe Scars of Dracula is bad. At least it's not a wannabe Satanic Rites of Dracula.
(nl) wrote: A far better film than its predecessor. A great study in the personal tragedies of war that are often overlooked as well as a provocative meditation on the failure to communicate that still resonates today.
(es) wrote: I enjoy the sport of Boxing. Every fighter is different or at least fights for different reasons. Its no surprise that I wasn't familiar with James Braddock story as it occurred many decades ago, specifically the 30's. However it still resonates today in this generation, a man that inadvertently became the people's champ and fought to save his family from being poor and being in the streets. Braddock inspired hope and strength for those suffering from the great depression. Ron Howard recognized these attributes and creates a fine story in the sports genre of cinema. James J Braddock is a fierce fighter in the 1930's but outside of the ring Braddock faced his toughest opponent to date reality. Braddock and his family are one of the many victims of the great depression and after braddock breaks his han in a fight he is forced to do manual labor which can come and go at any moment. This makes life hard and complicated for the Braddock's. But when his longtime friend and manager Joe Gould comes to him with an fight opportunity Braddock takes advantage of it and begins to do things in the ring that shock the world. This is one of the great comeback boxing films. To think braddock had enough of a comeback to make with a broken arm but to also deal with his own troubles during the worst economic downfall in US history is a killer. A very well adapted script coupled with great directing from HowardTremendous performance from Russell crowe. he is so good at portraying true toughness in a lot of his characters. Braddock was both tough in the ring and tough in the face of the great depression which makes routing for him very easy. paul giamatti was excellent as joe gould! this role seemed like a natural fit for him, so believable. Gould and braddock both fought the same fight when it came to the recession. Crowe and giamatti really captured that great friendship and comraderiee the two had.liked the lighting of the film. tremendous work to the editors of the film. one of the best editing moments I've ever seen in a film came when we see the knockout of john henry lewis and immediately the camera pans around and in one split motion the scene cuts to the figth with lasky, very impressive. Great cinematography especially with the boxing matches. Russell crowe looked great in each fight and you could see the intensity in the bouts. it was almost like you were in his shoes it was so up close and personal. the final fight was as thrilling to watch as the ali foreman fight in Ali.Cinderella Man is a wonderful boxing story that any fan of the sport will love or anyone that enjoys a great comeback story.
(ru) wrote: wanna see it i cant wAIT LOL !!!