The Devil's Miner

The Devil's Miner

'The Devil's Miner' tells the story of 14-year-old Basilio who worships the devil for protection while working in a Bolivian silver mine to support his family.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:82 minutes
  • Release:2005
  • Language:Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:mountain,   priest,   poverty,  

'The Devil's Miner' tells the story of 14-year-old Basilio who worships the devil for protection while working in a Bolivian silver mine to support his family. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Scott R (ca) wrote: Fascinating romantic gem that shows the social obstacles of Indian culture. Beautiful story that was well told.

Lester Y (it) wrote: Goes more in depth of how the greed of the music industry has pitted rappers against each other. That Roxanne shit is kinda cool, and pretty much every "feud" in here is worth watching. The movie's style though is pretty vanilla and I've seen History Channel specials with more impressive production values ya heard me

Lester Y (ru) wrote: aka They Call Her One Eye. i don't recommend watching the xxx version because the hardcore porno (which, wtf, is supposed to depict rape) adds nothing, although i guess you get more of the fantastic soundtrack. rough movie in both subject matter and composition, but it's also genuinely beautiful and there's a lot of these sparse moments throughout that are oddly memorable and compelling. essential eurotrash.i guess between this film and pinky violence stuff like Sex & Fury and Lady Snowblood you have the backbone of Kill Bill. dunno where to go with this maybe ok bye

Christophe M (ca) wrote: Cette fois c'est personnel, pour le gardien chef en tout cas, qui n'a pas digr les vnements pass y compris, et surtout, la perte de son oeil. Manque de bol, Mastu dit le Scorpion et six autres co-dtenues s'chappent et deviennent des fugitives en cavale. Visuellement, le film va encore plus loin que le premier, jouant encore plus sur les couleurs et les plans un peu dingue (et le perso de la vieille qui disparait sous les feuilles). Encore une fois, Matsu en voit de toutes les couleurs, mais fait subir les mmes outrages ses bourreaux et co-dtenues qui veulent la faire chier ! La vengeance est toujours au centre de ce film qui joue aussi davantage sur l'motion, on dcouvre le pass des femmes en cavale et certaines sont carrment folles !!! C'est brutal, toujours aussi violent et aussi des scnes de viols plusieurs, mais joliment film et assez soign, et le thme "Urami-Bushi" colle toujours aussi bien, surtout quand le Scorpion revt sa parure noire pour assouvir sa vengeance ! Un pied total !!!!

G S (ru) wrote: It is missing a little something but it is well worth the watch. Toshiro Mifune gives another good performance, this time as a tough old man who is paranoid about the atomic bomb. I found this difficult to relate to since Icannot begin to imagine what people must have thought 10-15 years after Nagasaki and Hiroshima. But I have heard that people indeed lived in fear of one day just having a bomb dropped on them that would be capable of whipping out an entire city. The film is great for showing how a paranoid person's mind works and how it will not listen to reason, but instead just dwell on the one fear they have. In the film, Mifune tries to relocate his family to Brazil in hopes of living safely away from the threat of being killed by an atomic weapon. His family refuse and take him to court to try to stop him from spending money in pursuit of his 'dream'. Strong performances all around bring the conflicts between family members to life. This was a very interesting film because it is difficult to side with either Mifune or his family. Throughout the film, both give reasons for the audience to give them support and both give reasons for the audience to side with their opponent. Nobody seems to be completely right and worthy of our support, but everyone in the film is always deserving of our sympathy for the tough situation that they are in. Kurosawa again shows post-war industrial Japan, however his focus is not the city but the people and their mentality. His film shows how complex family squabbles can be and indeed are in real life. Not a masterpiece but a good solid effort from Kurosawa.