O Amuleto de Ogum

O Amuleto de Ogum

To entertain some thieves, a blind guitar player tells them the story of a man from the Northeast of Brazil, involved with criminals living in the suburbs of Rio de Janeiro, who allegedly ...

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Ashish T (kr) wrote: this is a must-watch; Naseer, Arshad and Vidya will blow your mind. Brilliant performances. Very, very realistic and believable. Tremendous attention to detail. Good ending. Even the drama and slapstick is exactly as much as is needed. And it's funny in the right places, for the right reasons.

Matt M (kr) wrote: Salesman was a groundbreaking work in documentary feature film history, where the legendary Maysels brothers took the cameras on the road and followed a group of Bible salesmen. Once again, their careful choice of an interesting subject paid off in what is rightly regarded as a milestone of direct cinema. The language of the film simply differentiates itself from previous documentaries, as the film feels like a narrative feature with comedic and dramatic elements that give it a much greater and more accessible appeal. As mentioned before, the subjects themselves with their varied colourful personalities makes the film entertaining and engaging all throughout.

Grayson D (br) wrote: A flawless classic, a beautifully made and performed film and one of the towering classics of Asian cinema.

Cysko H (mx) wrote: I love this movie. A drunk ass cop saving a helpless convict who wants to change his life.

Mike V (de) wrote: This drama, with a number of very funny elements, follows a simple, innocent man for whom things seem to fall into place (naturally). He in turn has a deep impact (unknowingly) on those he meets. Featuring solid performances, this is a movie which slowly draws you in and leaves you, in the final scene, with food for thought.