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Yedinci Kogustaki Mucize is a movie starring Aras Bulut Iynemli, Nisa Sofiya Aksongur, and Deniz Baysal. A story of love between a mentally-ill father who was wrongly accused of murder and his lovely six years old daughter. The...

Genres
Drama
Director
Mehmet Ada Öztekin
Starring
Celile Toyon Uysal, Nisa Sofiya Aksongur, Deniz Baysal, Aras Bulut Iynemli

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Drama
Director Mehmet Ada Öztekin
Writer Özge Efendioglu, Kubilay Tat
Stars Celile Toyon Uysal, Nisa Sofiya Aksongur, Deniz Baysal, Aras Bulut Iynemli
Country Turkey
Also Known As 7. Kogustaki Mucize, 7. Koğuştaki Mucize, Milagre na Cela 7, Miracle in Cell no. 7, 7 Kogustaki Mucize, Milagro en la celda 7
Runtime 2 h 12 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 A story of love between a mentally-ill father who was wrongly accused of murder and his lovely six years old daughter. The prison would be their home. Based on 2013 Korean movie "Miracle in cell No. 7".

Top reviews

Friday, 11 Sep 2020 01:45

For those who believe that the story of this movie is impossible to find a way to tell, I suggest you to try it. This is one of the best movies I've seen so far. It's true that the plot is complex, and this movie is also a documentary about the life of several people, but I don't think it's necessary to explain it. This movie is about loneliness, joy, courage and friendship. It tells the story of a family of people from Uganda, from one man to another, to another man. From the beginning of the movie, you are introduced to a man who decides to make a film about himself. He doesn't know what to do with it. The problem is that he can't find any means to support his family, and he needs money. One of the people he interviews is a musician, a well-known singer. When they are given a chance to work together on their film, the way they make their film has something in common. When he realizes that they will need money to continue making the film, he decides to help them. And they can't refuse him. They must make a film. They want to create a film. They are determined to make it. What's most important is that the film is made. And in the end, he and they are reunited. The film itself has something in common with many documentaries. The difference is that this film is not a documentary, it is a film about the human spirit, with human feelings, with human emotions. It's about love, and friendship, and the spirit of a family. In a way, it's like a memoir, but not only. It's about a man and his relationship with his family, his friendship, and his spirit. You can't help but feel the emptiness and sadness in the movie, and the beauty of the scenes. The performance of actors is very good. The result of all this is a powerful film. It tells us a lot about the importance of making films, and it shows us how to make a film, and how to make it as a film. I give it a 7 out of 10.
Wednesday, 26 Aug 2020 15:10

In the early 1970s, the first and best-known Filipino film was Filipino 'Fagang Kahut,' written by director Maria Monet Salceda. 'Fagang Kahut' (pronounced 'faggot'), co-produced by Salceda, was based on a novel by Guevara Aguinaldo, who later served as a representative for the current government of Benigno S. Aquino III. The film stars Joaquin Herrera as an American farmer who travels to an African village. The villagers are divided into two factions, the rich ones with prominent president Lumumba and the poor ones with Lumumba's rival and the murderer Albuera mayor Rolando. Joaquin is a widower whose wife, Vivian, has died. He works at the farm and cooks in the living room. The children have no interest in him and don't ask him to come home with them. Joaquin's sister, Ruth, is pregnant and Joaquin's friends, Fernando and Frances, don't care for her. Joaquin tries to organize an exchange of money between the poor farmers, but they all decline, so Joaquin decides to get married. His brother, Margaux, is the owner of a candy factory in the village. He can't let the situation stay like this. A spontaneous union of the two would mean their brothers and their wives will not be able to sell the candy anymore. Joaquin agrees and the movie ends in a kind of the movie where everything ends in a kind of black comedy. It's funny but sad and has a message for the world. The film won the Best Filipino Film award at the International Film Festival of Singapore in 1973. However, it didn't make it to the festival circuit in America. It was so obscure and low-budget that it was barely screened in the United States. It was released in North America in 1978 as part of a series of similar films called "Bullets and Crosses." The first movie was made by director Bruce Spence who also wrote the screenplay. Spence was also a friend of Yalcin Coppola, who directed the first two movies and starred in the third. The third movie was released by the distributor of Spence's previous film, Cheaper by the Dozen. The English-dubbed version was made by David A. Van Zant, who also worked with director Kiki Wolfhard on Blade Runner. Wolfhard was a childhood friend of Spence's. In the film, we see Spence with his wife and
Saturday, 02 May 2020 20:30

A solid movie and a must see for fans of the Kabuki and Japanese films. A very memorable film that portrays the power of traditional theater and introduces us to the world of Kogustaki. I think many of the early reviews are in a rush to criticize the movie for its "overly melodramatic" content, when in fact it is a celebration of the power of theatrical theater. The film's "over-reliance" on acting also makes it a bit hard to take seriously, and yet, it is an extremely impressive feat. For example, during the scene where one of the characters is forced to perform a choreographed dance on stage, it is actually difficult to look at the performer and tell whether he is a performer or a puppet. Yet, the act of having the actor and a dancer pretend to be on stage is so effortlessly seamless and powerful that it is as if it is happening right before your eyes. Of course, if the actor's face and movements are any indication, then it is not a very convincing performance. But what is most impressive is that the theater is actually used to this effect and is NOT a spectacle of a puppet, as the director wants us to believe. It is a real performance, and this allows us to feel that the actor is really performing. By contrast, other films in the genre, such as "La Zona Paura", "La Dolce Vita" and "Mon amour" all were intentionally set to have a puppet-like performance and were even more difficult to take seriously. All of these films had their artistic merits, but there was a lack of realism and simplicity. But "Jusy Kusama" takes the opposite approach and takes a very realistic approach to the idea of theater and the actor. This allows us to feel that the actor is actually performing in the real world. The film's slow pacing is also another factor that makes the film difficult to take seriously, and yet, this is where the film is most effective. While the director and writer did not use any distracting effects or sound, they did create a very elegant atmosphere that seemed almost magical. To me, this was a must see film that is worth watching for its artistic qualities.


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