José and Pilar

José and Pilar

"José and Pilar," a documentary by Miguel Gonçalves Mendes, is a deeply moving story about love, loss and literature. It follows the days of José Saramago, the Nobel-laureate Portuguese ...

"José and Pilar," a documentary by Miguel Gonçalves Mendes, is a deeply moving story about love, loss and literature. It follows the days of José Saramago, the Nobel-laureate Portuguese ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mike V (de) wrote: An unusual film with sudden changes in scene, dialogue, location and time. I found it too long and disjointed, and at times difficult to follow. AAWFL 1001

John W (ru) wrote: Creepy and well done documentary about an urban legend come to life. Ultimately, it reaches no conclusions or resolutions and leaves scores of questions unanswered - and is all the more unsettling for that.

Caroline C (it) wrote: Jason Bourne would kick all of their butts.. at the same time. Movie's not worth your time. Stick to the Bourne series.

Kirian Y (it) wrote: im kinda disappointed, maybe its cos i always expect something more from a movie with isabella in it.

Mike N (br) wrote: great story,dialogue,filming, and performances..

Luke W (br) wrote: Like Hearts of Darkness, but without the satisfaction of a finished film at the end of the long dark tunnel.

Roger R (nl) wrote: 1st I'm an old Trekkie from the days of ST:TOS, plus I'm a fan of ROBERT MEYER BURNETT & for him to receive 2 awards from one movie is a feat within itself !! Altho this movie is from the late '90's, ya gotta get your feet wet sometime & somewhere. RMB did just that AND I think big things are yet to come from RMB !! Time & experiences are the best teachers & RMB will graduate with honors !!! I'm going to be looking for his name on things yet to come, remember, it's Robert Meyer Burnett, Director, Editor, Writer ...... it's all going to show up not only once, but in several different areas & times !! Contrary to some other comments made, I WANT TO SEE THIS OLD '98 MOVIE. Grab some popcorn & join me !!

Ronnie Y (br) wrote: +very easy to watch- does feel like a TV special

Noah N (us) wrote: If there intention was to make this film's predecessor look like a masterpiece, they certainly succeeded at that. However if their intention was to make this film good in any way whatsoever, that they utterly failed at accomplishing.

Jack B (ag) wrote: Great Job by Redford

Corey B (nl) wrote: Much more subdued than House of Frankenstein with a more streamlined plot. Has some effective moments, and Dr. Edelman is an interesting lead, but it sadly ends way too abruptly. Frankenstein's Monster is essentially a throwaway character here, made even less important by the fact that he's basically around for the last three minutes of the movie.It's also funny to see how the series uses continuity. Frankenstein is discovered in the quicksand along with the remains of Dr. Niemann (directly following the end of House of Frankenstein), but no mention is made as to why Larry Talbot is still alive or Dracula for that matter.

Seth L (es) wrote: Mildly amusing action-adventure film. This time, Willis teams up with Samuel L. Jackson and Hans Gruber's brother (played by Jeremy Irons) is the villain for this third entry in the franchise!

Jessica H (gb) wrote: awesome movie but scaris ... sooo much better

ScubaSteve Walter M (us) wrote: I remember this to be cooler when I was younger, not that campy. LOL.