Nicholas is a young cinematographer, shooting a documentary about the ancient tribal ritual in an Indian village near the Amazon, where he fell in love with the daughter of a chief, at the same time more and more like the side of the original dailylife, and a more in-depth understanding of their ancient customs, however, he found where deforestation has become increasingly serious ......
- Stars:Aurélien Wiik, Chief Ayupu, Murilo Elbas, Tapi Iawalapiti, Assalu Mehinaco, Rodrigo Penna, José Steimberg, Anna Carolina Vigo,
- Country:France, Brazil
- Director:Jean-Pierre Dutilleux,
- Writer:Jean-Pierre Dutilleux
Nicholas is a young cinematographer, shooting a documentary about the ancient tribal ritual in an Indian village near the Amazon, where he fell in love with the daughter of a chief, at the same time more and more like the side of the original dailylife, and a more in-depth understanding of their ancient customs, however, he found where deforestation has become increasingly serious ...... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(nl) wrote: The Saratov Approach although it is based on a true story of 2 LDS Missionaries, is an uplifting, and brilliant story featuring a strong male lead for any Chrisitan, religious or even non-religious people. It excites and leaves you sitting on the edge of your seat nearly the whole time with different twists and turns that take you on an epic adventure through mystery, thrills, and dramatic events! I love this movie and highly recommend if for nearly anyone. But I especially recommend it for aspiring future LDS Missionaries and their entire family. But I must warn that it IS rated PG-13 for a reason, I would not recommend anyone under the age of about 10 years old to see it. I loved this movie and its story. I hope it goes far!
(es) wrote: A cool look into the automotive business!
(au) wrote: Major plot holes, but to be fair it's not too bad to watch. A good time filler.
(au) wrote: when i first saw the previews on this movie i wanted to see until i learned what it was about a giant croc. recently this movie was on demand and i decided to check it out. i was pleasantly suprised. really good action and decent story. only problem i had was with the ending. are you kidding me .... the dog.
(mx) wrote: I really enjoyed this. It drew me in right from the start, the three main performances being magnetic. It seemed so sure of itself which for a debut feature film was remarkable and a testament to the acting/writing/directing Polish Brothers. They don't seem to have much of a reputation in the UK, but I was lucky enough to have a copy of this and I am so glad that I now know who they are and what they can do. I'm not sure I saw an obvious Lynch influence - perhaps the title sequence, which reminded me of Blue Velvet. The film in itself engaged me enough.This is a considered, emotional, original piece of work from clearly talented film-makers.
(ru) wrote: In a word: "Disgusting". Not only is this film radically Marxist (even the Depression-era unions and FDR are depicted as selling out the workers as they march toward revolution!), but it's the most anti-Semitic film I ever recall seeing from a modern Hollywood production. Although the film's central hero, Marc Blitzstein, was of Jewish heritage as a matter of historical fact, that aspect of his heritage is never mentioned. The only references to Jews in "Cradle Will Rock" are a few gratuitous (i.e., completely unnecessary) mentions of Jews as friends of the lucripetous, rich characters and as friends of fascists, and in the person of Sarandon's character -- a sycophantic Jewish woman enamored with Mussolini who helps plunder Italy's cultural heritage (literally for bags of American cash!) and who implores Diego Rivera to compromise his art and Marxist ideology for Rockefeller cash. The apparent suggestion in "Cradle Will Rock" that Jews were complicit in their own persecution in the 1930's for the sake of money is disgusting, morally repugnant and wholly unworthy of the talent involved in this project. I am absolutely shocked and appalled at this film. Although I agree that the production values were better than average and the impressive all-star cast's acting was better than average (Caution: Sarandon's Italian accent and persona were of surprisingly low, street busking quality!), the film's radical Marxist and anti-Semitic messaging leave little option other than an extremely low score. Recommendation: Skip "Cradle Will Rock" unless you're a Marxist or neo-Nazi.
(de) wrote: This movie is magical, uplifting and will make grown men cry. You don't have to know or care about baseball. This movie sucks you in with it's strange and fantastical plot and just when you think, 'I'm not going to cry', Kev goes and a says his last line of the movie and then the flood gates open.
(kr) wrote: Alain Delon was such a hottie.
(au) wrote: Wasn't nearly as good as the first one but the Mesach Taylor death almost makes it worthwhile
(nl) wrote: This was another movie poked fun at by MST3K - classic!
(ag) wrote: Saddest Christmas movie ever. Orson Welles said this movie could make a stone cry. Believe it.