Raymundo Gleyzer s only fictional film, THE TRAITORS is a compelling political thriller about a trade unionist corrupted by his rise to power. Skillfully weaving documentary and fictional sequences, THE TRAITORS covers the Peronistas movement Argentina in most explosive political era. Gleyzer founded Cine de la Base, a group dedicated to bringing revolutionary films to the people. In 1976, he was abducted and thrown into a concentration camp by Argentina s military dictatorship, then tortured and murdered. THE TRAITORS reveals his commitment to using film to prompt social change.
Raymundo Gleyzer s only fictional film, THE TRAITORS is a compelling political thriller about a trade unionist corrupted by his rise to power. Skillfully weaving documentary and fictional sequences, THE TRAITORS covers the Peronistas movement Argentina in most explosive political era. Gleyzer founded Cine de la Base, a group dedicated to bringing revolutionary films to the people. In 1976, he was abducted and thrown into a concentration camp by Argentina s military dictatorship, then tortured and murdered. THE TRAITORS reveals his commitment to using film to prompt social change. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Christopher H (br) wrote: Combination of a documentary on a band and the effect of fame and a deeply affectionate film about two brothers. It's emotional power creeps up on you and hit home stronger than its loose and episodic beginning suggests.
Breanna C (de) wrote: A beautiful movie, outstanding.
RajRaj W (de) wrote: I thought this swedish movie should be funnier because this kind of movies used to be a joy watching. Big disappointment after seeing it, not funnt at all, ok maybe some laugh but that's it. Not a movie to write home about, what a petty.
Chandler P (jp) wrote: A surprisingly good Hollywood style version of a German conflict.
nick d (fr) wrote: The film is all over the place...I was expecting gross point 2
lhan (ca) wrote: Yunanistan'?n birbirinden guzel manzaralari.. Guzel bir film. Seyre deger.
Jeff B (ag) wrote: It's been a very long time since I this Oscar winning foreign film from The Netherlands. A lot of the critics describe it as a Dickens type story, and I guess you could say that. It's about Jacob, a young man who wants to become a lawyer while trying to break free from his father who is always working against him. The opening is great and it's got a nice pace to it. The score is very good, it sets a great tone for the "suspense". To be honest, I think this is one of the first foreign films I saw when I started becoming interested in film, so it was nice checking it out again. Though I didn't remember much about it, it's impossible to forget Jacob's boss, who's lower jaw could probably swallow up his own head.
Luca D (es) wrote: La storia d'amore che accompagna tutto il film classica e si sa benissimo dove andr a parare, ma il film indubbiamente impreziosito da uno humor brillante, popolare senza scadere mai troppo.Un film apprezzabile da tutti, ma nulla di trascendentale
Kevin B (de) wrote: Frantically unfunny.
Randy S (ag) wrote: It has roger daltry!
Eric A (us) wrote: A bit of light silliness that's like a primer for Monty Python or '70s Mel Brooks (indeed, Brooks crams in almost as many gags during the French Revolution vignette in "History of the World" as are found here). The overrated Wilder's comic rage doesn't always mesh well with Sutherland's knack for understatement and goofy pronunciations. Surprisingly, the ending stacks up with "The Jerk" and "Holy Grail" as one of the all-time great groaners.
Miriam G (mx) wrote: By far the best adaptation of Othello I've seen so far. It's rare that everything works in a movie, but every element of this movie comes together beautifully. It may also be the best silent film I've ever seen. I actually like where this movie starts better than in the original script, and I prefer the way the tension mounts more believably in this movie. This is a masterpiece.
Jordan P (br) wrote: Jeepers Creepers can't help but lose a bit of its nerve-wracking sting through exposition and self-referentiality, but its skin-crawling build-up and a convincing, committed performance from Justin Long help the film maintain a consistent chill that lingers long after the haunting finale.
Vinnie G (de) wrote: Point Blank suffers a little from a contrived structure and continuity annoyances; however it is rip-roaring, blow-your-socks-off, tense and exciting experience with devoted performances.
Brayden J (fr) wrote: this movie is really good i know its about notre dame thats my favorite football team this movie is really cool