Jorge and Roberta have been separated for several years. They simply come from opposite worlds: he likes an uncomplicated life in the jungle, while she prefers a more urban existence. He is Mexican and she is Italian, and she has decided to return to Rome with their five-year-old son, Natan. But before they leave, Jorge wishes to take young Natan on a trip, hoping to teach him about his Mayan origins in Mexico. At first the boy is physically and emotionally uncomfortable with the whole affair, and gets seasick on the boat taking them to their destination. But as father and son spend more time together, Natan begins a learning experience that will remain with him forever.

Before their inevitable farewell, a young man of Mayan roots and Natan, his half Italian son, embark on an epic journey into the open sea. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Alamar torrent reviews

Liberals H (jp) wrote: I like FF movies. I like Blair Witch. That's what this movie is except swap the witch for bigfoot. Acting was bad, plot was bad, and they failed to build the suspense and tension.

Fathma N (ru) wrote: I LUV DIS FILM<3<3<3<3<3<3<3

Russell H (de) wrote: Not a terrible rainy day flick but could have been much better with less predictability.

some g (ru) wrote: A country boy WILL survive! Ron White is my favourite of the blue collar comedy guys. He doesn`t force the redneck thing...he just does what he does. Much like Bill Engval but I like Ron better. Jeff Foxworthy`s pretty good but the redneck thing wears thin after a while (I`m not saying he`s bad...he`s got other hilarious stuff too, i just hate when that`s all he does). Larry The Cable Guy...not my favourite...we`ll leave it at that Ron gets up on stage and talks about the things that happen to him that he sarcastically deals with in his life from over-priced sunglasses (That apparrently get cable) His family, trouble with the law and his dog Sluggo. They`re mostly the same jokes form other shows he does but the way he delivers them leaves you wanting more. He`s got a delivery better than dominos when you`re stoned off your gourd.

Alexander C (nl) wrote: Could be worth watching. Will find and devour with my eyes!

Lee M (fr) wrote: What begins as a lush, pulpy gothic laced with intrigue quickly spins into a convoluted web of over engineered and preposterous plot twists.

Spencer H (mx) wrote: Not as bad as it could have been.

Adrian B (de) wrote: This is an absolutely stunning film! The city of Atlantic City, New Jersey is going through a transition in time. Within the transition, the film shows that one of the most gambling cities of America isn't all that its made to be (and I and probably many others already knew that). In one apartment, a woman (Susan Sarandon) currently working at seafood bar in a casino, and wants to be a dealer (I believe Blackjack). However, in two days, her life of living in the gambling city turns upside town when her pregnant sister and her creepy husband (Sarandon's that is), come to stay with her. Back to the apartment, an older man (Burt Lancaster) to whom does not communicate with Sarandon until the next day, is also a dealer (drugs, cocaine to be specific). His life is already upside down, especially when he helping a love interest in apartment below (Kate Reid), who is the widow of his former crime boss. The pacing, bizarre visuals, and acting is all so very well done, that this makes it one of best films of the early 1980's. Another fine role for Burt Lancaster. Atlantic City is shown at its grittiest, of which this movie captures it merely perfectly.

G Richard B (ag) wrote: In Idiocracy, a man with relatively superior intellect was able to save humanity, but only after he learned that everybody possesses an innate need to contribute intellectually, and that if we do not let them contribute to creation, they will turn to the easier job of destruction.

Blais E (jp) wrote: Wonderful and whacked out, uproarious and very broad comedy featuring Ringo Starr as one of a goofy gang of misfit Cavemen, struggling to survive in the rough-and-tumble days of prehistoric times, complete with some silly and beautifully animated dinosaurs courtesy of the very talented Jim Danforth and Randall Cook--- the aged, pot-bellied, and very-stoned T-Rex, especially, is a riot. Essentially a series of vignettes, framed by a very loose storyline, detailing Ringo's tribe's skirmishes with a rival, more primitive gang led by ex-footballer John Matuszak. Lots of very funny set-pieces, likable comic book-like characters, and bountiful female beauty on display provided by a young, skimpily-clad, pre-"Cheers" Shelley Long, and especially by the smoldering and lusciously-buxom Bond Girl Barbara Bach, Ringo's future wife, here very easy on the eyes as well as being surprisingly effective at showing some heretofore unseen comedic chops. Also on hand for all the fun are comedians Jack Gilford and Avery Schreiber, and a wet-behind-the-ears Dennis Quaid in a very early film appearance.