In Rio de Janeiro, Gilberto (Celso Guimarães) is a talented artisan engaged of Marina (Lídia Mattos), working in a pottery factory. He is hired by the millionaire widow Luciana (Carmem Santos) to perform a restoration in her castle in Correas, a district of Petrópolis. He suffers an accident and Luciana lodges and treats him for a long period, and they fall in love for each other. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Julie H (ca) wrote: Excellent true story movie! The main character played by James Cromwell was so believable. Very touching story! Loved it. Highly recommend.
Francisco L (ag) wrote: Unoriginal, very predictable, poor story and not credible, Soul Surfer brings to us a schmaltzy story where that nor the charismatic characters neither the stunning waves can rescue.
Ivan P (gb) wrote: THE BEST COLOMBIAN MOVIE, REFLECTS THE REAL HUMOUR........REAL SITUATION AND REAL LINGO WORDS.JUST TO ENJOY!!! IS THE BEST BECAUSE IS NOT THE SAME SHIT ABOUT VIOLENCE OR .....
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Katie D (it) wrote: soo funnyy and enjoyable!!
Conner R (nl) wrote: There's few movies that can ride on purely beautiful cinematography in order to tell a story, but this certainly does. The message of this movie is so well told through its images that it quite possibly could have been utterly silent and still effective. Now the basic story and characters are okay, but they wouldn't be half as effective if they weren't given such a great backdrop. The issue is important, but not something an American audience would necessarily need a feature length to understand. For a two hour movie that essentially deals with one sole issue, it can be a bit lengthy and unevenly paced, but I would never go as far as to say that it was bad or boring. It also has quite possibly one of the most oddly humorous moments ever brought onscreen concerning a fart joke and a child stomping on a fat woman's back.
dinahmoe h (jp) wrote: Extra points for angie tit!
Mike S (gb) wrote: Stale, really boring, and one of the cheesiest exorcism movies I have ever seen I believe. It pains me to see Hopkins in a poorly directed/written film. Not even he could have saved the film from the already disaster.
Zander B (fr) wrote: I don't think anyone other than Kubrick could have made this film the way it is. I absolutely love the boot camp half of the film and man that bathroom scene was incredibly intense. Huge props to D'Onofrio for making me pretty terrified. The Vietnam half of the film was very good as well. Those tracking shots really made you feel like you were there moving with the troops.
Desiree E (mx) wrote: I saw it at TX Frightmare Weekend and was pleasantly surprised.
Heather M (ru) wrote: This looks like a special effects nightmare.