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Pájaros de verano is a movie starring Carmiña Martínez, José Acosta, and Natalia Reyes. During the marijuana bonanza, a violent decade that saw the origins of drug trafficking in Colombia, Rapayet and his indigenous family get...

Drama, Crime
Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra
Natalia Reyes, Jhon Narváez, Carmiña Martínez, José Acosta

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Genres Drama, Crime
Director Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra
Writer Jacques Toulemonde Vidal, Maria Camila Arias, Ciro Guerra, Cristina Gallego
Stars Natalia Reyes, Jhon Narváez, Carmiña Martínez, José Acosta
Country Switzerland, Colombia, Denmark, France, Mexico, Germany
Also Known As Göç Mevsimi, Birds of Passage, Αποδημητικά πουλιά, Ptice selice, Az átkelés madarai, Birds of Passage - Das grüne Gold der Wayuu, Les oiseaux de passage, Sny wędrownych ptaków, Păsări călătoare, Trækfugle, Pássaros de Verão, 夏の鳥, Vasaros pauksciai, Oro verde - C'era una volta in Colombia
Runtime 2 h 5 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 During the marijuana bonanza, a violent decade that saw the origins of drug trafficking in Colombia, Rapayet and his indigenous family get involved in a war to control the business that ends up destroying their lives and their culture.

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Sunday, 24 Jan 2021 18:01

How do you go about creating a story with nothing but a single square peg, and then go about filling it with all the other squares? That's the trick in director Alejandro Amenabar's film The Big Wedding. But that's not the same trick, really, because this is not about plot. It's about showing the lies, the truths and the realities that all the couples in the story tell to each other. Amenabar's camera is never there to tell the story, and you never really see the story - everything is shown in a single scene, which is really quite simple. This is how you know the film is not about story-telling, and it's really the first film I've seen that does that without forcing the story upon the audience. Rather, it's the truth about couples that is told, and it's in such a way that it's hard not to be moved by it, or at least to sympathize with those who are telling it. There are three main stories, all of which center around one man, in this case a journalist. The first is a story about his wife, who has cheated on him. The second is about his son, who has cheated on him. The third is a story about his nephew, who is a fraud. The film is a bit like a documentary, in that you don't really have the freedom to tell your own story, and that you really can't tell the story to other people either. And it's a shame that none of the stories get any kind of treatment in the film itself, because the stories are so profound and realistic that they deserve to be told in the film itself. The story about the wife, for instance, is so touching and powerful that it's hard to watch without crying, and the stories about the sons and nephews are so sad and touching that they make you feel like you're almost back in the 20th century, at least. That's a great achievement. You can't help but be moved. You don't even have to watch the film to see the strength and courage that the actors and actresses show throughout the film. It's impossible to describe what it is that they bring to the screen. It's impossible to really understand what it is that all of the couples in the story have to tell each other in order to be true to themselves. It's impossible to explain why all the lies they tell are the lies they tell. It's impossible to see the film as a lie because it's not. It's impossible to see it as a truth because it's not. It's impossible to
Sunday, 27 Dec 2020 17:57

This film, made in 1979, is considered a classic of Argentinian Cinema. This film is about an unemployed youth who's life is turned upside down by a deadly virus that leaves him in a coma and is infected with a cancerous tumor that is eating away at his liver. Through a series of coincidences, he finds himself in the possession of a beautiful car. He slowly becomes a family man, and his wife tries to keep him quiet about the long illness. The film is so beautifully shot that it's almost surreal. You get the feeling that everything is so perfect, and so in your face that it's almost disturbing. The music is also very unusual, and may be a bit confusing for the uninitiated. The film is based on a novel by Alberto Batista; this is a very well-known Argentinian author. The script is written by the director, Mario Franco, and it is very powerful and profound. This is an excellent film. It may seem a little predictable, but the plot is so masterful and so well written that you'll understand what's going on by the time the credits roll. The acting is very strong and believable, and it's really a perfect cast. As you might expect, the director, Franco, is very well-known in Argentina, and he has worked with many famous directors. The acting is top-notch. We don't see very many people of color, but they are extremely well-cast. The cinematography is also very good. This film is very beautiful and it's so very well shot that it's almost surreal. This is one of those films that seems so perfect, but it's actually really bizarre. It's very difficult to explain. This is a great film. It's very special, and it's very complex. It's a great film. It's a must-see. I give this film an 8 out of 10.
Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020 12:11

I can't believe this was ever released in the United States. The sub-titled Spanish version is better. It doesn't have the full-on poetry of the original but it's still a well-made movie and one of the better Spanish movies I've seen in a while. In one of the film's finest moments, Hidalgo (Rafe Spall) decides to make a place for himself and his family in the hills where his grandfather (Vicente Franquera) grew up. He eventually puts his family on the auction block and sells them to a couple of wealthy foreigners. He only wants his dead grandfather to live on the property. The movie is an absorbing look at what goes on when people get sold into a different culture, how they have to adapt and find a way to survive, and most importantly, how they deal with tragedy. The acting in the film is very good all around. I particularly liked Christopher Lee as Hidalgo and his son, Rafe Spall. He has an unusual style of acting and has been very effective in movies like this one. His wife has to give a very strong performance. She doesn't say much but she is very strong-willed and has strong convictions. She doesn't get along with her husband very well, but the character is meant to be tragic. She has a very strong presence. I also enjoyed John Huston as the American who is fascinated by the young man's story. He tries to get the best deal out of the family, but is upset when he has to sell the family to the foreigners. The scenes with the foreigners are very well-done and he does an excellent job of looking at the foreigners as the next generation of foreigners. I also enjoyed Yolanda Adams as a spinster, who is dealing with the death of her husband. She is very good-hearted and gets along with her son very well. In general, I enjoyed this film and would recommend it.

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