The Story of Me

The Story of Me

Based on the life of Roberto Carlos Ramos, a Brazilian teacher and storyteller brought up in a state educational institution for poor children.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:100 minutes
  • Release:2009
  • Language:Brazilian Sign Language,Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rape,   burglary,   narration,  

O Contador de Histórias (The Story of Me), a Luiz Villaça;a movie based on the life of Roberto Carlos Ramos, is a story about how affection can change reality. The youngest of 10 brothers, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Matthew A (br) wrote: I went to Carib in 2007 & I knew I was 25 years too late. This team was ridonkulously good.

David C (jp) wrote: Funny, most people I know who saw this said it was better than the first one, but I found it to be about the same... way better effects by far, but this time totally miscast.

Richard D (us) wrote: Up until this film, Anderson had been an extremely flashy director. Here he moves to a more restrained and classical style, letting this film be more about the actors and the characters than his usual style. He's rewarded with some astonishing performances, especially Lewis's lead performance. I think the standard line on this film that portrays Plainview as a monster is an oversimplification of what's actually on screen. Plainview is a deeply flawed man, but he is the protagonist of this film. The notion that he just uses his son H.W. as a puppet to sell himself isn't supported by what's in the film. Plainview does have human connections ... to his "son", his "brother", and to the people he does business with. That he loses them all due to his drive for success at all costs and ends up alone and mad marks the film as a genuine tragedy. That his final confrontation with the film's true villain, Eli Sunday, erupts in violence and the titular blood marks it as a cold, ruthless satire too. This is a roaring monster of a film.

Jehanne L (it) wrote: Wonderful SRK film with the beautiful dance on the moving train with the stunning Mailika Aurora Khan...

Scott C (br) wrote: This was memorable and sported a great cast. David O. Russell is a very talented director.

Bill B (jp) wrote: One of those key films that brought Chow Yun Fat to the attention of American audiences, I had somehow not seen this one up to a few weeks ago. The film casts him as a charismatic thief who does his best to look out for his friend and ends up on a mission of vengeance after a terrible betrayal.Well worth a rental for any action fan.

Rahima D (ag) wrote: My favorite actor and actress as a couple, in a movie that has the right amount of comedy, love & drama... what more could I ask for?

Charles P (fr) wrote: Romancing the Stone gleefully captures the same energy and wit as the adventure serials it's often been accused of plagiarizing, like Raiders of the Lost Ark or King Solomon's Mines.

Alora (es) wrote: Watch the entire series.

Blake P (ru) wrote: This movie is one of my favorite film noirs of all time. John Payne stars in this 1953 classic, and I consider this one of his best performances. He plays a failed boxer that has to turn into a cab driver to scrounge up enough money to support his bitter wife Pauline (Castle). She runs to a villainous crime leader Vic for love and money, but when when John Payne's character Ernie finds out, he goes on an angry rampage, causing him to be wanted from the police. Then the worst happens and Vic kills Pauline, and frames Ernie. With the help of his lover (Keyes), Ernie has to prove he's innocent. "99 River Street" is so much more than most famous film noirs, like "The Big Sleep" or "Out of the Past". It has non-stop violence, killing, for once the actors really REALLY get into their characters, which was amazing. I consider this to be John Payne's best role, I have never seen an actor get so angry onscreen besides Robert Ryan's racist bigot Monty from "Crossfire". Payne most certainly should have been nominated for something but most likely didn't because this was a B-movie. Noir usual Evelyn Keyes is phenomenal here, and proved she could do just about anything in her role. This was my first movie seeing her, and I can say I'm coming back for more. The cinematography is certainly worth mentioning, the smoky dark atmosphere mixed with the shadowy lighting all comes out in a very eery quality, and almost mirrored every action on camera. Bravo to director Phil Karlson! "99 River Street" is almost too overlooked, and once any film noir fan sees in they should know theyre in for a wild ride. Recommended.

Walter M (gb) wrote: In "Clash by Night," Mae(Barbara Stanwyck) has returned to Monterey after a ten year absence to be reunited with her younger brother Joe(Keith Andes) and meets his girlfriend Peggy(Marilyn Monroe) who work in the local cannery. Jerry(Paul Douglas), who owns his own fishing boat, runs across Mae in a bar where he has found his elderly father(Silvio Minciotti) who his uncle Vince(J. Carrol Naish) was supposed to have been looking after. Jerry wonders aloud if he has a chance with her. It turns out that yes he does and they go out for a date to the movies where he introduces her to his pal Earl(Robert Ryan) who works there as a projectionist. Directed by Fritz Lang, "Clash by Night" is a compelling slice of life movie, performed well by its eclectic cast, that is set in an insular community that has to work hard for everything that it gets. Jerry is his own boss and is considered a success. With that comes added responsibilities like taking care of his older relatives. At the same time, he looks up to Earl who has the slightest of connections to show business and through that to the outside world. That's where Mae just returned from, jaded from her experiences.

Vyacheslav K (de) wrote: Fun horror flick for the whole family! Just turn off your brain and enjoy. If you expect any degree of depth or a good story, this one isn't for you.

Jeff B (us) wrote: As dark and satisfying as the Roger Moore era of Bond ever got, For Your Eyes Only lacks the tongue-in-cheek thrills of the series overall but makes up for it with the actor's best and most nuanced performance of the superspy ever. Indeed, gets downright murderous in this, the most sobering chapter since On Her Majesty's Secret Service. The action soars, the story fires on all cylinders, and Tevye from Fiddler on the Roof makes an excellent sidekick in what would've and should've made for an excellent swan song for Moore. In this PG-rated spy adventure, Agent 007 (Moore) gets assigned to hunt for a lost British encryption device and prevent it from falling into enemy hands. Just freeze-frame on that scene where a foot soldier pleads for his life as his car sits teetering on the edge of a crumbling Cliffside. Without a trace of his trademark grin hiding the tongue in his cheek, Moore kicks the vehicle and the henchman into nevermore. The Living Daylights gets credited for taking 007 into dark waters, but For Your Eyes Only deserves plaudits for this first strike. Unlike the film that would follow eight years later, however, Moore's personal best take on the character manages to stay better rooted to the franchise, which would celebrate its 20th anniversary a year later. Bottom line: The Eyes Have It

Scott R (nl) wrote: Great storytelling for its day and a compelling war film to boot. Then one of the characters went to university of Bristol made it all the better.