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La morocha torrent reviews
John A (br) wrote: The dual time factor mixes jarringly over the same issue of exploitation of the poor and powerless. By using the device of filming the conquest, we see the documented brutality from 500 years ago echoed in the smooth and seemingly thoughtful perspective and actions of the current leadership of Bolivia. Nobody is clean in the film except maybe the indigenous folks who are just trying to survive. Well-meaning liberal actors grow fearful and weak, the government of Bolivia echoes the condescension of the original European colonialists, and even those with some grit are mainly powerless, except when it comes to giving aid to individuals. For me, this movie works on a number of levels as it makes us consider the deeper issues of how the international financial system still replicates a power stance that victimizes the powerless. Only when the native people force the government to deal with their demands is there any authentic redemptive value to the interactions portrayed.
PY C (nl) wrote: The suspense, frustration, compassion, sympathy, stress is all in one but I felt that the ending was just quite flat.
Thelma F (ru) wrote: great actors-great movie
Wes S (it) wrote: Casual horror/suspense that doesn't really show much or go anywhere, yet isn't as repetitive as the last sequel. The characters still aren't that interesting, and this one has even less monster footage in it. But at a run time of barely 75 minutes, it's a quick view to cap off the franchise.
bill s (de) wrote: See this if you will for the cast but it's a dated bad disaster film with little other than the cast going for it.
Alexander W (br) wrote: Quite silly and predictable. Jeremy Northam is a good actor, though.