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Un traductor is a movie starring Rodrigo Santoro, Maricel Álvarez, and Yoandra Suárez. A Russian Literature professor at the University of Havana is ordered to work as a translator for child victims of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster...

Genres
Drama
Director
Rodrigo Barriuso, Sebastián Barriuso
Starring
Rodrigo Santoro, Nikita Semenov, Maricel Álvarez, Yoandra Suárez

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Rodrigo Barriuso, Sebastián Barriuso
Writer Lindsay Gossling
Stars Rodrigo Santoro, Nikita Semenov, Maricel Álvarez, Yoandra Suárez
Country Canada, Cuba
Also Known As 翻译家, A Translator, O Tradutor, 1989, A tolmács, Tłumacz
Runtime 1 h 47 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 Russian Literature professor at the University of Havana is ordered to work as a translator for child victims of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster when they are sent to Cuba for medical treatment.

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Saturday, 24 Oct 2020 11:17

Bolshoi starrer "A View To A Kill" was a rare flop, since it was the only film that starred both actors, since they did not last long in the industry after "Kissing And Dancing". It is a little-seen film, released at the time when the horror genre was in a total slump and there were so few fresh ideas to be made. But here, the film is not a typical gory thriller, but a gentle meditation on death and the isolation it can lead to. It is a small-scale, soft-core, English-language film from the early 70s, starring another relative newcomer, Michael J. Pollard (nicknamed "Lanky"), as the young KGB agent who is sent to murder the real culprits of a chemical poisoning of a young Soviet girl. The case is quickly solved, and the good guys get their just rewards. However, the results of the investigation are the only thing that doesn't make the movie that much better. The film is a bit slow and the main problem with it is that it does not rely on gore and graphic violence. Instead, it focuses on the psychological trauma of the young KGB agent, which is slowly building in his mind as he watches his beautiful sister die in front of him. Sooner or later, it will finally break into pieces, and the film ends as a simple tragedy. That's not to say that the film is without some artistic value. It has a very good, atmospheric music score, including a hauntingly beautiful score by Bernard Hermann and an absolutely beautiful, hauntingly beautiful score by Paolo Deodato, which works wonders in the film's most emotional moments. It has the usual qualities of a Bolshoi film. A small cast and some typical, typical Bolshoi atmosphere. Not the best film in the world, but a very good one to watch if you want to get a good look at the history of the Bolshoi Film Theatre.


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