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Teret is a movie starring Leon Lucev, Pavle Cemerikic, and Tamara Krcunovic. Vlada works as a truck driver during the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999. Tasked with transporting a mysterious load from Kosovo to Belgrade, he drives...

Ognjen Glavonic
Tamara Krcunovic, Pavle Cemerikic, Ivan Lucev, Leon Lucev

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Genres Drama
Director Ognjen Glavonic
Writer Ognjen Glavonic
Stars Tamara Krcunovic, Pavle Cemerikic, Ivan Lucev, Leon Lucev
Country Qatar, Croatia, Iran, France, Serbia
Also Known As A Carga, Mahmouleh, La carga, Ładunek, Krovinys, The Load, La Charge
Runtime 1 h 38 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Vlada works as a truck driver during the NATO bombing of Serbia in 1999. Tasked with transporting a mysterious load from Kosovo to Belgrade, he drives through unfamiliar territory, trying to make his way in a country scarred by the war. He knows that once the job is over, he will need to return home and face the consequences of his actions.

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Thursday, 24 Sep 2020 20:59

There is a pervasive sense of loneliness that pervades Teret. She's an urban teenager living in a small city with her mother and younger sister. The mother is extremely focused on her daughter's career, her reputation and her aspirations for the future. The sister, who shares her mother's obsession, is trying to be the person she is not. Teret's story is a typical one of a lonely teenager, the kind who needs to be embraced by others and needs someone to tell her she's special. When she meets Luke, a troubled artist, she experiences an epiphany, a transformation of heart and mind, an opening for her to see the world anew. The actress playing Teret, Gillian Jacobs, is the opposite of typical in her portrayals. She is subtle and natural in her delivery, conveying the quiet desperation of the young girl. She and Mr. Timothee Chalamet give some of the best performances in the film. There's an urgency to their performances, especially in the scenes in which they are in the company of a young man, a peer of Teret's. He is strangely taken in by Teret's story and is captivated by her. The story is set in a small town where girls are expected to excel in school. There's a sadness that pervades the story and the portrayal of the countryside, where a boy and his friends help Teret with her artwork. There's a lot of surrealism and dream sequences that work as effective art. The first night after watching the film I didn't quite know what to make of it, I wasn't sure if the film was about loneliness or about a change of heart. I think the director, James Franco, has created a film that doesn't have a simple ending. It has a complex plot that comes back to life over time. I'm not sure I'm ready to give up on this film, I'm eager to watch it again and again. I think the strength of the film is that it has an ending that is important, a little more than one of these teen love stories that leave us with a feeling of not knowing if the end is meant to be hopeful or tragic. I hope to see more of this director's work.
Thursday, 16 Jul 2020 14:35

Movies that depict the impact of war on a small village in Iran, are usually of the type that we are all familiar with. With the exception of such movies as "Ilsa" and "Sofia" (mentioned below), none of these films gives us a truly complex view of the subject. "Esteghlosh" on the other hand, does just that. Based on real events, "Esteghlosh" is a story that is truly captivating. The story revolves around a small village in the town of Qom, which is primarily made up of traditional Afghan women. As such, the movie shows the variety of culture and the interrelationships that exist within the village. Each person in the village has an extremely different view on the world, and of course, that view is all the more representative of their culture. In this case, the young woman known as Esteghlosh is the most powerful person in the village, and it is her strong personality that gives the village its unique perspective. This strong personality is also the one that sets the film apart from the other films that are based on war stories. The reason that the movie works is because it presents the village in its best light. With the exception of a few scenes of violence, the movie is extremely light-hearted, and contains no real overt violence. In fact, one of the things that makes the movie work is the fact that the director doesn't really portray the violence that occurs on screen, but rather what Esteghlosh sees. This is something that most people, especially the children, will not understand. As such, the audience is drawn into the world of Esteghlosh, and cannot help but to relate to her. The cast of actors also does a good job in creating an atmosphere of the village. They all bring their characters to life, and they all make the village come to life. The only real flaw in the film is that the movie has a rather slow pace. Many of the scenes in the movie take longer than they should, and it becomes tiresome to the point that you start to lose interest. In the end, "Esteghlosh" is a powerful film that will have you talking about the movie for a long time after it is over. It is a story that is sure to captivate you and it is a movie that will make you think about the world in which you live.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 23:49

It was too early for these movies to do much good and too late for any of them to do much harm. Before the "Hollywoodizing" of the books, some of the characters were frankly appalling. There are a few, but I mean a few, well-drawn, believable, fully developed characters. (Or at least the ones who actually ended up in the book. There was a certain balance to the rest.) This is what I would expect from the master of all things literary. The cinematography is generally good, too. I'm not one who needs to see or hear nothing at all in a movie, but I do need to know how a scene looks and feels. The editing is fair, although it's probably too fast for those who know what they're in for. I liked the occasional close-ups of the actress on the big screen. There was a lot of exposition in the books, so the viewer probably could have picked up on a lot of things that they didn't even know they needed to know. Those that didn't read the books probably missed that a lot of what happened was a bit of exposition. I didn't think I'd have to, but I did. That said, the movie was well acted. The actors seemed to be having fun with their roles and being true to the story. I liked most of the actors, especially, and I think I'll watch the movie again, not just to see how it ends, but to see how they performed in this version. It's a beautiful film, to be sure. I hope it's a big success. I have a few words to say to people who say that the movie is crap. It's not a great film. It's not even a good film. It's a really good film. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good movie. It's a shame that it doesn't do better than that, I suppose. But it's not a bad film. I really think that it deserves much better than the ratings that it has received. It's not a great film, but it's not a terrible film. I really liked it.

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