Astral City: A Spiritual Journey

Astral City: A Spiritual Journey

The selfish Dr. André Luiz dies and awakes in the limbo called "Umbral". After a painful period in the gruesome swamp, he is rescued and brought in a white light to "Nosso Lar" (meaning "Our Home"). He finds a place of harmony, where people live in peace awaiting

The life of the doctor André Luiz in the spiritual city of Nosso Lar. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Astral City: A Spiritual Journey torrent reviews

bill s (jp) wrote: Barley a grin let alone a laugh.They throw a lot of crap(literally) against the wall and almost none of it sticks.

S J (nl) wrote: This is a brilliant film...the acting is superior and every character in the picture is a key player when it comes to family, dysfunction, living life, dealing with crap, and anchoring their hearts in love despite it all. It is about life and how we deal with it. Thumbs up to a stellar cast that performed it beautifully.

Mitch G (it) wrote: Terrible writing, dialog, and with the exception of the two villains, terrible artistry. This has the feel of a direct to DVD release, that somehow ended up in theaters because it is in 3D. If you have never seen a 3D movie before, this would probably be fine, but having no substance beyond that in this day and age equals garbage.

Danny K (br) wrote: Favorite comedy of all time

Nolan P (nl) wrote: Take Vacancy & Hostel, combine them and remove some of the extreme death scenes and you have this flick. Decent story, but fails to deliver. Poorly edited Madsen scenes actually distract from story. Fahey plays bad sheriff well.

Alessandro F (kr) wrote: This brilliant analysis of the American dream boasts an eerie atmosphere thanks to a dark soundtrack and beautiful cinematography. The powerful direction gives much space to the stellar acting by Daniel Day-Lewis, who gives a performance for the ages as a ruthless, evil oilman. Paul Dano gives an incredible perfromance too, even if easily overshadowed by his co-star. An epic odissey that ranks as one of the best movies of the decade.