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Nuestro tiempo is a movie starring Natalia López, Phil Burgers, and Carlos Reygadas. A family lives in the Mexican countryside raising fighting bulls. Esther is in charge of running the ranch, while her husband Juan, a...

Genres
Drama
Director
Carlos Reygadas
Starring
Carlos Reygadas, Natalia López, Phil Burgers, Yago Martínez

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Genres Drama
Director Carlos Reygadas
Stars Carlos Reygadas, Natalia López, Phil Burgers, Yago Martínez
Country Norway, France, Switzerland, USA, Sweden, Denmark, Mexico, Germany
Also Known As われらの時代, Donde nace la vida, Notre temps, Musu laikas, Nasz czas, Where Life Is Born, Vreme za nas, Nuestro Tiempo, Our Time
Runtime 2 h 57 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 family lives in the Mexican countryside raising fighting bulls. Esther is in charge of running the ranch, while her husband Juan, a world-renowned poet, raises and selects the beasts. Although in an open marriage, their relationship begins to crumble when Esther falls in love with an American horse-breaker and Juan is unable control his jealousy.

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Monday, 01 Feb 2021 14:50

In this extraordinary film, David Lynch returns to his roots with a story of magic, madness, loss, freedom and loss of control. It's a story of death, loss and rebirth. A ghost story in which Lynch presents us the shadows of a dead people that appear and disappear with the passage of time. It's a story of a hero returning to his past to confront a lost memory and to discover that he has been dead before, and he's lived and lived and died before. This is a story of black magic, of loss, of reawakening, of death, of rebirth, of rebirth, of death, of reawakening. It is an amazing film. The characters are amazing and they have a complex and rich storyline that goes on for many hours. The film begins with a close up of a movie camera, and a great slow-motion scene. This scene is truly worth the watch. The movie opens with a night that is dark, dull and dreary. A nightmare. The last scene of the movie is very moving, I won't spoil it but the last scene is an amazing scene, I hope you see this movie. The soundtrack is amazing, there are many tunes in the soundtrack that are haunting, melancholic and romantic. The movie is very melancholic and surreal, a dream where there are no monsters, no monsters at all, only memories and moments of darkness. I would recommend this movie to people who want to see a slow-motion ghost story or if you are a fan of David Lynch, this movie is definitely a must-see. It is a very good movie and I think it should be seen by all people.
Sunday, 17 Jan 2021 13:32

The term "screenplay by the numbers" is not often used in film criticism, but here it is used to describe this film. It is the perfect example of what can happen when a script is stretched to the limit. As for the story, it is based on a novel by the Italian author Tintoretto and is as good as a book as well. The movie is simply about an abandoned child, Rolando (Alex de la Iglesia), who is abandoned by his parents and sent to live with his aunt and uncle (Adriana Gil). When he is 8 years old he is transported to Rome for a more prosperous life. Rolando's family remains poor and dull, but they are not bad people. The only real problem with the family is that they want to have a baby. The aunt wants to raise the baby as a Roman Catholic (this is a common prejudice in the Roman Catholic culture, that babies are supposed to be Catholic) and the uncle wants to have a child. Of course they do not have a child, but they do not want to make the father an outcast. They pretend that he is a great singer, and the aunt and uncle pretend that they are getting married. When the couple gets married they don't get along at all, but then they get along very well. The aunt always has to be a major player in the life of the boy and she does not want to know anything about the boy. Rolando, who is the favorite of her nephew, is upset because the aunt does not believe that the boy is a bad person. He is smart and he always says he wants to be the best. In a way, he does not want to be an outcast and the aunt does not like it. This is a movie that is truly worth watching. This movie is very touching and I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to watch a good movie.
Friday, 20 Nov 2020 11:06

I'm sure I'm not the only one who watched this film thinking it would be a typical movie about a family's struggle to maintain an almost-stark isolation between itself and the people it cares for, like for example in the case of the grandparents, but on closer inspection, the film becomes much more than that. The characters are given a fascinating backdrop, so that the viewer is not so sure if they are friends or enemies, how the neighbours or members of the family react, or what exactly it all means, but the film never lets you get involved in any particular character. The viewer is allowed to explore the boundaries of their own mind, not knowing what they are doing and why they are doing it. Instead of a solid narrative, like in a typical mainstream Hollywood film, the movie moves at a steady pace, and doesn't let you know where it is going to go. I think the constant changes in the plot and the repeated changes in the characters fits very well in this film. I felt as though I was watching a film that would probably be mediocre in some ways, but still a good movie. The biggest difference between this film and other films is the way the actors deliver their dialogue. In a typical Hollywood film, the actors would only speak through a typical script (which they would rehearse before taking part in the film), but the actors in this film could talk in the same sentence in the same way they normally do. This is a major difference that you wouldn't notice unless you are paying attention to what the characters are saying, but in this film you can't tell. The actors play it as though it is not a typical movie, but then it doesn't matter, because the words are all moving and they are given to you in such a way that you feel as if you are hearing the words for the first time. The actors are great and I definitely recommend it. It definitely isn't for everyone, but I highly recommend this film. If you like movies that keep you guessing and give you a lot to think about, this is definitely a movie you should see.
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 12:06

I watched this film many times, and I always learn something new about life. I have no clue why this film is so popular with women. I wonder if the problem is the women don't know how to deal with men. This film is about a young man who is in love with a beautiful woman, but is rejected by her father. He is allowed to go to Italy and spend time with his father, and he eventually falls in love with another woman. He finally understands why his father didn't love him when he was younger and accepts her proposal to marry her. In the end, the father offers him the chance to stay, but instead of accepting, he starts to tell him that his father is his father. His father asks him to come to Rome, and to Italy to take a place in his family. The film is very sad, and you have to watch it a couple of times to catch all the little details, but I believe that the message of this film is so important. It shows how a young man can learn a lot of things from his father and accept them without hating him. It shows that a good man should always accept a woman's proposal of marriage. It shows that women should not always be good and good men should always reject a woman's proposal of marriage. You can see this in the film, the father is so kind and so good. He is so loving and so nice, even though his son is rejected from his family. In the end, he shows that a man is a father and he should accept his son's proposal of marriage, but he should never reject him from the family. My favourite scene is when he shows the house to his son and shows him the flowers. It shows that he wants to accept his son's marriage proposal. If he rejects him, it would show that he didn't love his son. He is a good man. I also think that the film has some hidden meanings in it. I think that the father should accept the proposal of his son, but if he does, then he would show that he doesn't love his son. I think that the father should accept his son's marriage proposal and he should not reject him. The father wants his son to be happy, but if he rejects his son, then he would show that he doesn't love his son. And the last scene is very sad. The father is in the street, and when he sees his son, he knows that his son is rejected from his family, but he still wants to give him the best gift he can. He goes to the church and accepts the gifts of the church. He gives his son a ring. When he thinks about it, he realizes that he was wrong, and gives his son the ring he was expecting, and says that he was a good father, and that he has forgiven his son. The end of the film is very sad, but the message of this film is very important. I believe that if this film is watched by men, they would see that it is a great
Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 14:48

The truth is, we are in the midst of a social revolution. To paraphrase Henry David Thoreau, it is not a question of whether our society will rise, but of what form it will rise. The movie, while dealing with the different forms of social revolution, is really a commentary on what will be left standing. It is essentially a story of two couples who meet when their daughter is killed and who are confronted by the consequences of that tragedy. In this regard it resembles "Mean Streets" and "Sixth Day" (although it is more clearly a David Lean film). There is a strong moral core to the film: each of the characters face challenges of conscience and of character. The truth of that statement is that they are not flawed or perfect, but imperfect and good, and that there is a difference. But it is difficult to separate the human side of this movie from the allegorical. It is quite striking how much we can look at the character of the two protagonists and identify with their predicament, as though we had actually been them, and the film offers no apologies. The two main characters, Antonio and Carmela, are treated like real people. They are not presented as either good or evil, and their motivations are ambiguous. They are human beings, albeit imperfect ones, but as human beings we are in a difficult position. They are faced with the choices of whether or not to hide their affair with a relative or to face the consequences. We feel their anguish, and this is the essence of the film. We feel their despair. We are unable to understand the motives of these characters, yet we understand their humanity. We feel the character of Antonio, a low-level civil servant, feeling the weight of responsibility and the dangers of the profession he is expected to carry. We feel the pain of Carmela, a woman in a life of poverty and childlessness. The characters are almost angelic. But the movie is not about those characters. It is about the social and economic forces which drive them, and the forces which drive each of them. The movie is a critique of how the weak and helpless are beaten into submission, how the young can be conditioned to believe that they can get away with murder, and how the poor and powerless are eventually consigned to be the servants of the rich and powerful.
Sunday, 09 Aug 2020 13:13

Before watching this movie I was aware that it had a political undertone, and I was sure that it would be like, say, Argento's "Italia" (not to mention that it is one of the most popular and best-known films in Mexico) which was based on a true story, but still I did not expect it to be so deep, as in depth of character as it is. I don't want to reveal anything in the plot of this movie, but trust me, it's not that difficult to understand. The main characters in the movie are two brothers who were born in the same month, as did their father. The father died, and the younger brother moved away from his mother. The older brother has a tendency to be violent, and it appears to his younger brother that he is not the only one who has problems with this. The younger brother continues to be violent, and also has a tendency to drink. The story begins when the younger brother accidentally shoots his older brother's dog, and the older brother's daughter, named "Madelaine" (a version of a "Madame" in Latin American literature) begs her older brother to come to her and say sorry. While the elder brother is away, the younger brother accidentally shoots a school principal in the leg. She runs away and tells her sister that she has left her brother, and they go to see him, and they are in a house. The older brother arrives, and after telling her that she has left him, he tries to kill her. In the end he decides to kill himself, and so the movie ends. In the end it's all about their relationship, and what will happen to them in the future. I was really surprised how well the movie was made, as the cinematography, lighting and acting is just brilliant. They are not super spectacular, but the acting and cinematography are absolutely flawless. The music and the background score are also outstanding. I was very surprised to find out that the movie was shot in a medium format camera, and I think that is a very important factor in the movie, as you can feel the camera move from the small, medium, to the larger, super 8 format, to the giant format. All of them are done very well, and I do not think that they are weak points of the movie. The directing is also great, and I think that they did a great job of managing to create a very intense, tense atmosphere. The acting is great, and the actors really make you believe that this is a real movie. Overall I was very impressed with the movie. I really liked it, and I think that it is very well made, and that the story is really interesting. I think that it is a very interesting and well-made movie. 7/10
Friday, 26 Jun 2020 13:50

I found this movie, on a special film section in a TV station's for-rent section, to be an interesting movie. The film looks at a drug-addicted young man, who is seeking to get clean. He is fascinated by the life of the hipsters and most of all by the street hustlers. The movie, and the idea of the story, reminded me of some of the most famous Mexican films such as Manos (1999), La vida noche (1996), Quetzalcoatl (1999) and Juan Fonseca's Dos Caras (1995). The drug addicts' lives are depicted in the movies and on television, and we can see that drugs are present in the society, at all levels, in the film's primary characters. The film also has a strong female point of view. The director, Maria Elena Riquelme, is a female filmmaker, and she brings that part of her life to the screen. The director has great command over her subject matter and her film is beautiful to look at. The cinematography is also excellent, even if the film takes place in Mexico. The film's music is also very good. The movie is based on the book 'Paco Viveros', written by Alejandro Jodorowsky. In this movie, we see the people living on the street and the drug addicts who, like the characters, are seeking a life that will not be ruined by the consequences of their choices. The music in this movie is very good and fits well with the atmosphere of the film. The movie is very sad, but it is also very optimistic, and we can see a love and acceptance of life, even if that life is an addiction. I enjoyed the movie and recommend it to people who like Mexican films, in particular, those that are in the Mexican-American culture.


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