O Segredo do Corcunda

O Segredo do Corcunda

Two workers in a coffee plantation, a young and an old man, are fired by the farm's foreman. But the young man saves the life of the landlord's daughter and both men are readmitted. The girl and her saviour fall in love and the foreman tries to kill the young guy, but ends up dying. Later the youth finds out that the foreman was responsible for his mother's death.

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Ellis W (it) wrote: A fairly easy setup but ladened with powerful performances and many deep sociological undertones, Tsotsi proves that a simple and somewhat generic story-arc can still be applied successfully to many situations.

Breeyon B (au) wrote: A great closing act on the Mariachi trilogy full of great characters, action and full of humor as well. This sequel does not disappoint and surpasses its prior films.

Niloo R (mx) wrote: cute .... but the cuteness gets old pretty fast

Dwight F (de) wrote: What a fantastic movie. Vampire-Western. Campbell in a different part for him and just off-the-wall turns. I'll rate and review it properly when I see it again.

Per Gunnar J (mx) wrote: Watching this was a tour to the land of nostalgia and an enjoyable one at that. This movie is really one of the god old classical Westerns telling the story of two brave men confronting each other. No special effects, no aliens, no choleric outbursts and no foul-mouthed brats.It was really enjoyable to watch Kirk Douglas and Anthony Quinn in this movie. Both were well suited for their roles and I have always liked them as actors. Maybe this is just some nostalgic connection I have though since I am sure that their performance would not wind them any Oscars today.The story is as classical as the movie. The young brat of a wealthy cattle owner gets himself in big trouble and said cattle owner tries to prevent him, being the only son, getting what he deserves. Unfortunately the other side is not only as tough as the cattle owner but also happens to be the law. The story is well executed by John Sturges. It has the usual elements that you would expect from this kind of movie, two men posturing against each other, a bad guy who also ends up being a prisoner, a girlie torn between the two men, a few gun and fist fights and of course a grand finale.I was enjoying every minute of this old classic.

Alyssa B (kr) wrote: Have ya'll watched this movie before. If you bought this on VHS and the DVD. If you were kids, teenage kids and young adults, you saw this in the movie theater. Sissy Spacek played the role of Loretta Lynn, a country singer and Tommy Lee Jones played the role of Doolittle Lynn, a man. It's gonna be fun movie to watch.