Mariposas en el andamio

Mariposas en el andamio

After the Revolution, gays were not respected in Cuba, but in the small Havana neighborhood of La Güinera, a few courageous women came to power and encouraged the gay community. Glamorous ...

After the Revolution, gays were not respected in Cuba, but in the small Havana neighborhood of La Güinera, a few courageous women came to power and encouraged the gay community. Glamorous ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mariposas en el andamio torrent reviews

Constance M (de) wrote: Hard hitting and true. Wow!

Kem W (it) wrote: An OK doc though at times preachy. Definitely highlights the war on drugs and how it's not been as effective as politicians would like. The lower class disproportionately bears the brunt of that war. And it's clear this country has created a giant industry on the backs of prisoners. The movie gives plenty of food for thought. Recommended.

Dave G (it) wrote: Not spectacular, Not funny, not interesting. not different. A sex scene that had nothing to do with the plot. Copy of all sniper movies since Hollywood was invented. The story takes a long time to get set up.What they say about war applies to this movie "it's extremely boring, with some brief flashes of total mayhem"

Adam T (us) wrote: This was a decent documentary on Zen Buddhism and is not at all an instructional cooking video. Edward Espe Brown is known to most American Zen practitioners as the author of The Tassajara Bread Book. An ordained Soto priest, this documentary shows Brown with warts and all. In that sense I appreciated it for not being a polished, wishy-washy representation of Zen practice. While not the most entertaining experience in the world, I did appreciate it.

C Y (mx) wrote: This is a low buget film but you would never know it. I loved ths script.

Scott P (au) wrote: Well acted. Great cast. Very moving.

Yohan P (ca) wrote: My Best Movie of Van Damme - Awesome movie !

Marina N (us) wrote: A film, partly a cop thriller, partly a family drama, that stays on the surface despite great actors. I can't really pinpoint what went wrong but, apart from James Franco's performance, none of the performances are moving or interesting.

Stuart H (gb) wrote: Yeah, it's terrible, but when it came out I was a kid and the concepts were fascinating to me. I was very entertained and less critical of what I watched.

Michael W (ru) wrote: Band of outlaws escape fire with a young stowaway on board their ship, risking life and limb to get him back home safely. Unlike E.T. I didn't much care if this kid ever made it home.

Brandon V (it) wrote: Extraordinarily compelling. My love for this movie to quote Scranton Regional Manager Micael Scott, "... soars- with... the eagle's-nest..." To give you a little insight into the quote, basically, my total adoration for this biting and perfect dramatic thriller is incomprehensible

Heather M (jp) wrote: Not my favorite old movie, but the story is based on an amazing book so I had to watch this one.

Kristen M (br) wrote: I love Cary Grant, but I felt like the plot was a little too contrived to honestly be called "good". We're supposed to feel like his character is struggling with what to do when his wife comes back after seven years, but I don't buy it. We get only the merest hint of any sense that Grant's character even likes the other woman. He seems quite easily rid of her. There isn't even an explanation for where she goes. She just disappears, doesn't have any real investment in sticking with the marriage. The acting itself wasn't bad, but I wish the writers had put more thought into the holes in this story.

Kai T (kr) wrote: Not bad, but I just didn't find anything funny