The Day That Lasted 21 Years

The Day That Lasted 21 Years

Stunning espionage documentary on the US conspiracy that led to the 1964 Brazilian coup d'état. John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson original White House tapes, and CIA Top Secret documents reveal how the US government planned to overthrow Brazilian elected president João Goulart.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:77 minutes
  • Release:2012
  • Language:Portuguese,English
  • Reference:Imdb
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Provides evidence of manipulation and investment funding from the U.S. government to carry out the Brazilian military coup that occurred in 1964. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


The Day That Lasted 21 Years torrent reviews

Andy P (nl) wrote: It is one of those films where the characters are far too aware of their place in the narrative for there to be any significant emotional pull on my part as an audience, but the musical numbers are catchy, and Olly Alexander is a real find!

Kalind H (mx) wrote: The transition from infection to possession was uncalled for, but it turns out this change is exactly what the film needed to stay fresh. Bringing in multiple stories (and cameras) wasn't the wisest decision though, as it didn't capture the realistic effect as much as the first one did.

Canem C (fr) wrote: ho visto solo per practicare mi italiano...a very teen-age movie, boring...only good things were the sayings about love and musics...don't waste your time...

Hilda R (jp) wrote: Heartbreaking but hopeful. Child was adorable.Hilda

Sean D (nl) wrote: A film many of us gay men can relate to...or, at least, I can. A wonderful coming-of-age/coming out story with a great script and some very talented actors...

Diego F V (nl) wrote: Es sobre un robo y sobre todos los escondederos a peso que tiene que pagar los que lo que cometieron. Relaciones de todo tipo y un final bastante fuerte, hasta la muerte. Basada en hechos reales.

Raji K (ru) wrote: After the smash hit Aladdin, it was not too surprising that Disney would follow up with a sequel. The ending of the first film certainly left room for a sequel as Jafar was cast into the desert by the Genie. The film picks up right where the first film ends, with Aladdin as a hero of Agrabah and living in the palace with Princess Jasmin and the Sultan. He still lives dangerously as he starts the film off robbing from some bandits to give to the poor in a Robin Hood like fashion. Iago is able to resurface from the lamp, but decides to ditch Jafar for greener pastures and happens to save Aladdin's life. As a result, Aladdin feels he has to trust Iago, despite his checkered past, and much to the chagrin of his friends. Meanwhile a band of thieves and their leader Abis Mal (Jason Alexander) discover Jafar's lamp and free him. The two begin plotting their revenge against Aladdin and most do so cleverly because genies are unable to kill. With Jafar being the most powerful genie in the universe he seems invincible. There are some great sequences that demonstrate his magical abilities, and his genie design was some of the best aspects of the film. Iago at many times felt like the lead character in the film more so than Aladdin as he comes to several morality crossroads throughout the entire film. Most of the characters including Scott Weinger and Linda Larking reprise their roles as Aladdin and Jasmine respectively however due to a contract dispute, Robin Williams does not return as the Genie. Notable voice actor for Homer Simpson Dan Castellaneta replaces him and does a reasonable enough job. The Return of Jafar is a decent enough sequel, but a short one as it clocks in at only 69 minutes. It was also the first direct to video sequel. The quality of the film is noticeably worse than the first film for this reason, and the story does not come close to the well-rounded film the original was. The songs are enjoyable enough, but the film is surely to disappoint most Aladdin fans. The film has a bit more character and style than many of Disney's other sequels, but for the most part its clear they are simply cashing in on the great original. -10.02.2016

Critic M (ag) wrote: Fun, energetic and an 80's essential. "My Bodyguard" delivers a great film in the style of the first "Karate Kid" that captures a unique era, and tells an excellent story. The cast is perfect and the entire script is filled with ups and downs everyone can enjoy.

Private U (gb) wrote: Old black and white movie but it is just a good story and Old Ronald Reagan is in it.

Steven B (kr) wrote: Old-fashioned in its sentiment (even for 1920), but propped up by the ethereal Gish, who risked severe frostbite in one hand while filming the iconic (and still suspenseful) ice floe sequence.

Jocey D (es) wrote: Tense and powerful story. Crime never pays.

Francisco S (it) wrote: Original for this genre with the good sense of not only tell stories about the England past, but also with another principal story that make us indirectly reflect about what really is England and English people. However The environment depicted is not the most attractive for the spectator.