Soldado de Deus

Soldado de Deus

Documentary about a right-wing political organization in the 1930s Brazil, called "Integralismo", with fascist and nationalistic ideals, and its founder, Plínio Salgado.

Documentary about a right-wing political organization in the 1930s Brazil, called "Integralismo", with fascist and nationalistic ideals, and its founder, Plínio Salgado. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Soldado de Deus torrent reviews

Brian T (ru) wrote: A melancholy, disturbing, thought provoking film.Unforgettable.

Dorotea R (nl) wrote: I really liked the movie, but I saw so much more potential in Becca & Chloe relationship than I did with Jesse & Becca. Bechloe just fit perfectly together, and throughout the movie I forgot about Jesse because of how insignificant he was.

Kathy B (it) wrote: I got to see a prescreening of this movie online. It was fabulous another great family movie with a happy ending.

Emanuele Z (nl) wrote: Excellent actress Miranda Otto but a claustrophobic movie I won't watch again

William L (us) wrote: Good concept, but the surrealist elements become grating after a while. I wanted to grab Jorge and scream to him to just get a life for cryin' out loud.

Jennifer L (mx) wrote: It looks like it was filmed in 1 week. Terrible acting!!

Ismael G (ca) wrote: for 10 years, it was not good as I saw in theaters back in 2004.

Colin N (ru) wrote: HAHA, doug hasnt seen this and i have

Max S (it) wrote: One of if not the most disturbing films I've ever seen. The actor who plays Manson does it with such a real passion and it is terrifying. If you ever wanted to know more about the manson family murders here is your chance.

Richard C (mx) wrote: now pam grier mo than a woman got just about every dam thang she starred in she open the doors for a lot of these corny azz black bitches that call themselves acttrcesses as of now pay homage to the queen you lopsided weave wearing hoes ha ha ha ha ha ha unbeweavable

Wayne K (us) wrote: I know it's almost blasphemous to criticise a movie like this, which has become so deeply woven into the fabric of cinema. Unfortunately I feel largely the same way about this movie as I do about 2001: A Space Odyssey, another film you're not in any way allowed to speak negatively of.The movie has some stunning landscape shots, a simplistic but haunting musical score, and I liked how the environments reflected the mood and state of mind of the characters, whether it be bleak, desolate or violent. Particularly impressive is how the beautiful nature of South America contrasts with the increasingly disturbed mentality our protagonist descends into. Unfortunately this movie is so poorly paced that it becomes very ponderous very quickly. It tries to be moody and contemplative, even when there's very little to contemplate. The dialogue is uninteresting, many of the characters just disappear from the movie without us discovering anything about them, and while Kinski has some great moments, he spends most of the movie looking bored out of his mind. In fact an alternative title to this movie could be 'Klaus Kinski Stares Off Into The Distance With Complete Indifference.' It promises a lot, and I admire how well respected it is, and how much influence it had on movies like Apocalypse Now, one of my all-time favourites, but so little actually happens in the film that probably the most exciting scene is one where a horse gets slightly agitated. Thankfully it doesn't fall into the trap of being several hours long, but even at 90 minutes it feels unnecessarily protracted.

Michael D (es) wrote: A great musical with a funny story. Love it

Jonathan S (ru) wrote: Campy Victorian aeronautical escapade complete with Harryhausen monsters and an elastic performance from Lionel Jeffries.