Domingos is a member of an African liberation movement, arrested by the Portuguese secret police, after bloody events in Angola. He does not betray his companions, but is beaten to death in prison, and not knowing he is dead, his wife goes from a prison station to another, trying in vain to know where he is.
- Stars:Domingos de Oliveira, Elisa Andrade, Jean M'Vondo, Dino Abelino, Benoît Moutsila, Talagongo, Lopes Rodrigues, Henriette Meya, Manuel Videira, Ana Wilson,
- Director:Sarah Maldoror,
- Writer:Claude Agostini (dialogue), Claude Agostini (screenplay), Sarah Maldoror (script), Maurice Pons (dialogue), Maurice Pons (screenplay), Luandino Vieira
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(es) wrote: Excellent expository about the rape of women and men in the military.
(de) wrote: I loved this movie but the ending ruined the whole movie!!! Very disappointed :/
(jp) wrote: I didn't mind the scientific explanations for the cursed videotape, but what didn't work for me was how this movie tries to scare you with extreme gore. Ringu proved that what isn't shown is much scarier than what is. This is a step back for the Ring saga.
(it) wrote: I gave this movie a C-
(us) wrote: this was an exciting presentation of life AFTER the end.
(es) wrote: The choreography, cinematography, everything everything big posed and beautiful! Nothing will look like this ever again
(ca) wrote: Judy Holliday is a one of a kind actress, and it's a shame she didn't make more films. There is no one else quite like her. She is always such a delight and so genuine. This movie is a fine addition to her resume, fun, with a unique story and it's very well handled. It works, thanks to Judy and a great first role for Jack Lemmon. Excellent George Cukor direction.
(ru) wrote: It's not the best film around...but, it's still worth watching at least once in your lifetime.
(nl) wrote: Bette Davis' depiction of Jezebel trumps Gone With the Wind in her portrayal of a Southern belle. It perhaps is even a career topper for Davis.
(it) wrote: I'm impressed by the story originally by Ahmet Zappa and also the directors, writers and most importantly CJ Adams. A wonderful kid with such a great sense of emotions and displaying the feelings, pain and sacrifice of Timothy Green. The film touched me right into the heart. I appreciate the dramatization of the parents by Jennifer Garden and Joel Edgerton. However, there is a lack of something in the role of the parents and seemed incomplete to me. Odeya Rush did a very good job of a teenage girl who understands the abnormality or rather the gift of god to the special ones. I thought she would be a bully but turned out to be a sweet soft girl. It really made me cry when Timothy told Joni that he's going far away from her and she couldn't believe it. Spending time with someone so much and when you know you're loosing the, it is a great deal of pain. It was a great movie and i would never watch it again in my life because i will remember each and every part of it. And i would only see it again when i have a child of my own and tell them "'Look son, that's the kind of movies which were made back then!'' I give this movie a 4 out of 5 rating. I would have given 5 stars but one star goes away for the lack of complete script and lack of showing the character the way it supposed to have been. A kudos to each and every person who worked hard to make this film so wonderful.
(br) wrote: very good racing movie! good to know people like Pre!Jared Leto was obviously a perfect match for the role! outstanding performance as always! i'm starting to see that all of his movies are great!it's a tense movie that even though only 107 min feels like 3 hours, you're on the edge of your seat to whole time! (and it happened literally! i was chewing my nails and i never do that!)
(nl) wrote: X-Men Apocalypse is a very good superhero movie; especially recommended for fans of the long-running series of X-Men movies. An A-.Directed by Bryan Singer (who directed X-Men, X2, X-Men: First Class, and X-Men: Days of Future Past); once again starring James McAvoy as Professor Xavier and Michael Fassbender as Magneto; is set in 1983, 10 years after events of Future Past and 20 years before events of X-Men.Previous characters from First Class/Future Past also returns (Havok, Beast, Mystique,Quicksilver) in this movie; as well as inroducing younger versions of Jean Grey, Storm, Cyclops, and Nightcrawler.The main villain, Apocalypse; is the world's oldest mutant from ancient times, awoken after millenia of deep sleep, possessing near-unlimited powers of destruction, and want to wipe humanity and start on a clean slate.The drama and relationship between characters, especially involving the X-Men, friendship between Professor X and Magneto, and the sad/tragic story of anti-hero Magneto, are very well-done and heartfelt. Standout performance will be Michael Fassbender as Magneto. You will sympathize with his tragedy.The action sequence is good, with a standout action sequence involving Quicksilver, just as in Future Past; although the final confrontation between X-Men and Apocalypse towards the end is a bit anti-climactic.The plot is also a bit heavy and multi-layered; sometimes hard to follow. A basic knowledge of comic lore and backstory of previous movies will help a bit in understanding this movie.Overall, a very good movie. An A-.