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I'm Leaving Now is a movie starring Felipe Hernández. After 16 years in Brooklyn, working three low-paying jobs and collecting bottles on the street in his spare time and sending the bulk of his earnings home to his family in...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Armando Croda, Lindsey Cordero
Starring
Felipe Hernández

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Armando Croda, Lindsey Cordero
Writer Josh Alexander
Stars Felipe Hernández
Country USA, Mexico
Also Known As Ya me voy
Runtime 1 h 14 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 After 16 years in Brooklyn, working three low-paying jobs and collecting bottles on the street in his spare time and sending the bulk of his earnings home to his family in Mexico, Felipe decided to return after almost two decades. But when he informs his family of his homecoming, he discovers that they've squandered the money, are deeply in debt and don't want him to return. They need him to stay in the US.

Top reviews

Thursday, 24 Sep 2020 14:21

I never found this movie particularly interesting, and the synopsis on IMDb makes it sound like it's a pretty depressing movie, which it is, but I wasn't really expecting anything other than a fascinating look into the lives of some of the world's poorest people. I am sorry to say, but the truth is much more interesting than the title suggests. Most of the people interviewed were able to provide very little information about themselves. Many of them could not even identify their nationality. The stories they told were sometimes so strange and bizarre that I could not help but laugh out loud, and often they were simply boring. But I will give credit where credit is due. I also enjoyed the "documentary" style, and the way the interviews were done was very well done. I enjoyed the way it was shown, it seemed like a documentary, but it was still interesting. I think the real highlight of the movie is the way the people were treated. I have no idea what was so bad about the way they were treated, but I sure wish I could get a copy of that footage. I would love to have a copy of the footage in question. I am really glad that I did not see this movie in theaters, because I would have felt like I wasted money. But I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know about the lives of people in Africa. I would not recommend this movie for anyone who is easily offended, but I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the lives of people in Africa.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 13:11

This is an excellent documentary about the life of Don Cherry, a Canadian entertainer who never really lived up to the hype that surrounded him when he was first starting out. It's very sad that this man is dead at age 78, but in all honesty, he was an accomplished entertainer. I think he was the reason I got into sports, and the reason I am so passionate about hockey. Cherry's relationship with his father is very important to him. I've seen the documentary several times and I keep looking for some more things to learn about him, but I'm very much looking forward to the DVD release. The main thing I can say about Don Cherry is that he was a great entertainer, and a very talented person. He was known for his dramatic and passionate entrances, and he was the biggest sports personality in the world. Cherry's fans still love him, and they will always love him for what he did for them. The documentary shows us some of the best performances he did, and it gives us a glimpse into his life before he started out, and after he started out. The documentary also gives us a glimpse of his relationship with his family. Cherry's father was an alcoholic, and he didn't really know how to handle his life. Cherry's mother died at a young age, and he was left with no family to be around. The documentary also gives us a glimpse of Cherry's relationship with his mother. Cherry's mother was very strict and didn't let him touch his hair, and he didn't really have any contact with his father. Cherry's relationship with his mother was very much like his relationship with his father, and they had a strong relationship, but it didn't last very long. The documentary also shows us some of Cherry's other talents, and I love how he used to play his guitar at the rink in Toronto. Cherry was a great entertainer, and the only reason I can understand why so many people loved him so much was because of his music. I was really into his music and liked the fact that he was able to keep it together. I think that the documentary is an amazing way to show how Don Cherry did what he did. I don't think there is anything negative about it, it's a wonderful documentary that anyone can enjoy.


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