Chega de Saudade

Chega de Saudade

In an old-time dance hall (the "gafieira") in São Paulo, one evening is all it takes to meet different characters as they remember the past, live the present, wonder about the future, have fun, flirt, fight and, naturally, dance.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:95 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Portuguese
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:dance,   dancer,   dancing,  

In an old-time dance hall (the "gafieira") in São Paulo, one evening is all it takes to meet different characters as they remember the past, live the present, wonder about the future, have fun, flirt, fight and, naturally, dance. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Chega de Saudade torrent reviews

Ricardo R (fr) wrote: A taut and compelling psychological thriller about women, actresses, and Hollywood. A simple script anchored by two stellar lead performances.

Kayla B (kr) wrote: Electrifying performances, follows journey of two women fighting to make it in male-dominated industries. Artful movie on ethics and integrity, personification of life.

John T (mx) wrote: I like Noel Clark from his Kidadult hood flicks.A man wakes up without any real memories and gets caught up in some crazy twisted drama. The scifi stuff is great. The city looks good. There's also a lot of action as the super soldier decides to kick the shit out of the entire city.Good stuff.

Mikey W (jp) wrote: Good ol' Charlie Brown is back *sighs with joy.*

Timothy R (ru) wrote: This movie sucked so bad that it would even make a blind, deaf, and mute person complain. I want back my hour spent watching this movie. If this movie doesn't put you to sleep, it will surely piss you off. - Helen Keller

Stuart K (es) wrote: From Alan Parker, hot off the success of The Commitments (1991), he took on T. Coraghessan Boyle's satirical novel based on the spa by one eccentric breakfast cereal pioneer. It's a bad taste film, with some very funny dialogue and hilarious performances. The result is one of Parker's best films, and an underrated one as well. Set in Battle Creek, Michigan in 1907, it's set at the vast Battle Creek Sanitarium run by Dr. John Harvey Kellogg (Anthony Hopkins), the man who also invented the cornflake. The latest patients to join the place are William (Matthew Broderick) and Eleanor Lightbody (Bridget Fonda), whose marriage is on the rocks, and William's insides aren't what they used to be. However, Kellogg's methods are unorthodox, as he believes in colonic irrigation and vegetarianism, and NO SEX. Meanwhile, in Battle Creek, the hopeful Charles Ossining (John Cusack) has come to start his own cornflakes company, Per-Fo. But, his devious devious Goodloe Bender (Michael Lerner) screws him out of a deal, until they meet Kellogg's estranged, adopted son George (Dana Carvey), who the good doctor regrets.And they sell Per-Fo with Kellogg's name, but they can't get the ingrediants right, so they steal cornflakes. :P It's a very funny film with some very colourful characters, and although this seems a bit far fetched, Kellogg really did do stuff like this. Hopkins is a hoot as Kellogg, crossed somewhere between W.C. Fields and Bugs Bunny. The rest of the cast do good too.

Trish C (es) wrote: We can watch this movie over and over and over....and we have. Love it!

Matthew O (nl) wrote: Harold and Maude has long been one of the definitive cult classics, and has also been hailed as one of the best movies to come out of the 1970's. After watching it, I can agree with both of these statements. Harold and Maude is a movie that is melancholic, hilarious, and happy all at the same time, and each part works together to make an unforgettable story. Balancing jokes about lighting yourself on fire, serious acknowledgement of the holocaust, and a cheerful soundtrack by Cat Stevens is no easy task, but this film does it expertly, mainly due to its large heart that it proudly wears on its sleeve. Similar to this balance, the tale told here is probably one of the best written in cinema. Lots of movies fall into the hole of having random twists show up out of nowhere or the equally dangerous trap of ignoring facts and throwing in new ones at the same time, but the script put out here leaps over those failings and delivers something both complex and simple, both in the best way. Almost everything that happens in the movie is foreshadowed or mentioned in some way, even a couple times in a seemingly throw away gag, and once you finish it you'll realize that what shocked you was coming a mile away, you just didn't realize the sings, much like the characters in the movie. If that's not a sign of good film making I don't know what is. In the end, while Hal Ashby could have take the easy way out and made an overly sentimental drama or a cruel comedy, he followed the road less traveled, crafting a gem that takes you through the ups and downs of life, and even after sadness leaves you with a smile on your face with an invaluable piece of knowledge. People, places, and things may come and go, but the lessons we learn from them and the moments we shared stay with us forever.

Brett B (es) wrote: The writing for this movie may have been done by a child.

Marco B (de) wrote: Just a waste of time, no story line to follow up, and the characters are cheaply made. I cannot believe I watched this movie because the audience score is currently 82 percent. That number is completely made up to draw spectators to see this cheap film.