Three young people arrive from different parts of the country to go to college in Sao Paulo. On their first day there, a strange and intense attraction unites them. Together, they rent an apartment and begin living together, in close quarters. Sharing kisses and fond embraces. They exchange words of endearment with the naturalness of ordering a sandwich at a diner. They threaten to break up and the next moment they are all laughing together again. College days however soon come to an end and, with each having different paths to trail, separation is imminent. And consequently, their gestures, words and attitudes take on a new weight. Touching each other now takes on a new significance. Words of love are weighed down by consequences.
- Stars:Gabriel Godoy, Victor Mendes, Juliana Schalch, Sophia Reis, Guilherme Godoy, Cecília Homem de Mello, Rafael Maia, Alceu Nunes, Henrique Taubaté,
- Director:Nando Olival,
- Writer:Thiago Dottori, Nando Olival
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(ru) wrote: A solid sequel to an almost perfect film. For that, it deserves kudos.
(mx) wrote: A good film exactly what you'd expect from a Kevin Hart film, funny, ridiculous but good relaxing film
(au) wrote: se solo il film valesse come la colonna sonora.
(mx) wrote: NO INFO, SO.....DON'T KNOW
(gb) wrote: actually suspenseful
(ru) wrote: Better than the last one and points the viewer towards Freddy vs Jason (2003). Not much to recommend but I liked the battle of the baddies so the ending here got me excited. Ten years until that would happen though. Nothing worth writing about here other than those final few seconds.
(it) wrote: I remember watching this movie a long time ago but since it's a long time ago, I'm going to have trouble remembering the story. The story is about Charlotte played by Alyssa Milano who is nearing her 18th birthday when she meets a stranger played by Martin Kemp. It turns out that Charlotte is the reincarnation of a Transylvanian princess the stranger is a vampire who once loved her. He will be able to retain his powers of eternal life before Charlotte turns 18 within three days but first he has to seduce her and to to weaken her, he uses Sarah to introduce Charlotte to lesbianism. When the truth is revealed, they have to destroy the stranger before Charlotte's 18th birthday arrives. This movie was a great film, had a great story and I had some fun with with it. If you had actually watched the movie, the film was titled above The Nosferatu Diaries: Embrace Of The Vampire which I guess was a great homage to the classic 1922 vampire movie. Embrace Of The Vampire gets a solid 8/10.
(nl) wrote: Meticulous, ambiguous, and uncomfortable, "Safe" is a strange meditation on the nature of disease and the space humans occupy in the world. Moore's character, a housewife and feminine ideal, is revealed to be suffering from some sort of disease, and while the trajectory she's given begins as a critique of the vacuous nature of wealth (every aspect of her life is communicated through Haynes' attention to detail, from the uneasiness with which she treats people of color, to the robotic nature of her marriage, to the young son who already has the makings of a bleeding-heart liberal), it ultimately ends up studying the abusive nature of institutionalized religion. The end result is ripe for critical dissection; there are a lot of ideas hidden in the subtext, and Haynes' direction is inspired (he finds horrific claustrophobia in the emptiness of space, placing Moore off-center in large environments and emphasizing her insignificance to possibly portray her own perception of herself). Moore's role would prove to be impossible for a lesser actress, and the resulting performance is magnetic and confounding. The sound design is also exquisite; the score revels in strange ambiance and liquid bubbles. I don't have a grasp on what the whole thing was about (the AIDS epidemic? 20th century paranoia?) but it certainly left me a lot to consider, not to mention considerably creeped out.
(kr) wrote: a great fan of Audrey Hepburn
(gb) wrote: 2 journalists fall for their best intentions. Composer Goldsmith's best work was for subjects of ambiguity. Poor ppl in the 3rd world are usu. given a choice of tyrants, puppet dictators with sponsors or commies with sponsors. "I like you people, but you are sentimental shits! You fall in love with the poets; the poets fall in love with the Marxists; the Marxists fall in love with themselves. The country falls in love with the rhetoric, and in the end we are stuck with tyrants" Wisdom and unresolved problems!
(fr) wrote: Alba is a floor honey ... soothing and uplifting...