Lilian M.: Relatório Confidencial

Lilian M.: Relatório Confidencial

Maria, a countrywoman, leaves for São Paulo, where she becomes an industrialist's lover and meets all kind of people but, dissatisfied, she returns to the country to meet her family again.

Maria, a countrywoman, leaves for São Paulo, where she becomes an industrialist's lover and meets all kind of people but, dissatisfied, she returns to the country to meet her family again. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Lilian M.: Relatório Confidencial torrent reviews

Mugeni M (fr) wrote: Haven't watched something so sobering in a while. The conflict in him between the need to document/photograph or help his subjects is heart-wrenching and point of reflection for any journalist

Philip J (fr) wrote: what how does a low budget film have such great special effects !? a pleasant surprise... some strong performances with some terrible acting in between makes for a highly.recommended and suspenseful film.

Rudy A (it) wrote: An interesting discourse on the conflict between creative minds who want to share and those who want to make money out of creative works. If you're into copyright issues and are disturbed by corporations who want to control culture, this film is for you.

Chris T (ag) wrote: Was actually quite funny in places, but sadly faded out quite quickly. Liked the idea of 3 couch potatoes trying to save the world from a zombie virus. These 3 were quite likeable at first but became really irritating halfway through. Ok it was a cheap one to make but the zombies just looked shite with no effort made at all. The odd decent kill to pick out, but thats about it. I like cheap horrors coz some are really good, this just wasnt one of them.

Matthew R (br) wrote: A weak entry that I think doesn't portray Islam or Christianity in a good light. The girl is also naive and unbelievable.

Coleman M (ag) wrote: Although the film drags a bit, and it seems to be a never ending pit of sorrow, Bardem's masterful performance and an excellent directing and cinematographic hand at work, this movie is truly what it is: Biutiful.

Matthew L (ca) wrote: Interesting documentary made by Paul H-O, a former host of a public access TV show that covered the New York art scene, who scored a rare interview with reclusive and enigmatic modern art legend Cindy Sherman, and ends up dating her for over 5 years. It ends up being not just a behind the scenes look at NY art culture at the end of the 20th century, but also of a non-famous man who becomes lost in the shadow of his legendary lover.

Sean S (jp) wrote: Practically of the same quality as its predecessor, Trekkies 2 loses nothing in its translation to sequel territory. Instead, it gains traction as it expands its scope to Trekkies worldwide rather than just inside the United States--but we catch up with Barbara Adams and Gabriel Koerner, and several other cities not covered in the original. Also added are interviews with the No Kill I series of bands. However, the film begins to feel a little superfluous on a purely informative basis by its end. Although neither it nor the original are long films, Trekkies 2 remains slightly less accessible than its predecessor and begins to appeal only to Trekkies themselves.

PY C (ag) wrote: Somehow too boring for me and there wasn't any interesting part in the movie that kept me hooked.

Mthw R (us) wrote: This is the type of film that is panned by the majority of critics because they can't identify its category, and honestly, they feel threatened by such an innovative work. Watch this film before reading the myriad mud-slinging reviews here, and decide for yourself. This is a fresh, intriguing, intelligent, and wonderful piece just mysterious enough to be a phenomenal achievement. You will be asking questions, and not all of them will be answered. 95% of Hollywood will say that this makes Masked and Anonymous a failure; I say that the unanswered questions are what makes this film WORK. Love it.

Andrew B (it) wrote: Not aweful, just boring. But there were a few good performances.

Greg W (gb) wrote: gr8 music make sure to check out the 'special fan remix' version it loses alot of the employee sub plots and puts the action where it s/b on the couch in the employees break room.

angel m (jp) wrote: I LOVE THIS SHOW !!Nadia Thrives on diciplin as do I ??? this film touches on all levels littel girl doing cartwheels on the playground is picked out by an amazing gym coach and turned into a gold medal olympic Its every child's dream to have someone their to make you more than what you can be!! at her most impressionable fase in life she was transformed into a champion ... Just to try and destroy everything .. in A BLINK!! rilly dose she I guess You have to watch and see hu ??

Steven B (ag) wrote: Almost a perfect screenplay, save for some late indulgences (the name-game, though a great indicator of generational divide and decay, gets a bit redundant). Sure, Jack Lemmon's career is full of outstanding performances; his technical proficiency--his TIMING--is mind-boggling. But watch closely when he says, "I just want to feel love for something." It's one of those rare moments in cinema when an actor pulls aside the curtain and, for a precious span of seconds, gives you a glimpse of his soul. And the Oscar goes to...? Yep.

Amanda F (ag) wrote: I LOVEEEEEEEEEE THIS MOVIE!!!!!!!<33333

Blaire J (jp) wrote: the movie was alright; not too good, not too bad. it was a watch once film for me.

Jaret M (de) wrote: I hear good things...

Alono H (es) wrote: Depressing and somber, but interesting nonetheless. It's worth a watch.