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Change in the Air is a movie starring Rachel Brosnahan, Aidan Quinn, and M. Emmet Walsh. When a beguiling young woman moves in next door, a quiet neighborhood is awakened, bringing people face to face with their secrets and,...

Dianne Dreyer
Seth Gilliam, Rachel Brosnahan, Aidan Quinn, M. Emmet Walsh

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Genres Drama
Director Dianne Dreyer
Writer Audra Gorman
Stars Seth Gilliam, Rachel Brosnahan, Aidan Quinn, M. Emmet Walsh
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 34 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 When a beguiling young woman moves in next door, a quiet neighborhood is awakened, bringing people face to face with their secrets and, ultimately, themselves.

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Thursday, 16 Jul 2020 22:09

Truly a "moment" for me. I saw this movie at the Sundance Film Festival and it has been on my "must see" list for a while. I love the idea of finding out who you are, what makes you the person you are and finding your way to true happiness. It's a movie that is really great. The acting, the storyline, the music and the scenery of Montana are all amazing. What's more is that they do not over-complicate things or try to make it too "complicated" or complicated. It just isn't. It's simple. Simple and straight forward. What's more, it's fun. Really. The only thing that it could have been better for is that they would have taken out one of the "bad guys" and given us a different ending. And maybe there could have been a few more minutes of the rest of the movie and more of the story. But that's all it would have taken. It's just a beautiful movie. All the actors were great, the story was good, the music was amazing, and it was a wonderful experience. I was not disappointed. I highly recommend this movie to anyone. I also recommend that you check out the other films and the amazing music. This movie was made for me. I've seen the trailer for this movie and I just had to see it. I don't even remember the name of the movie, I just had to watch it, and it was a perfect way to spend a couple of hours. It's a great movie and I recommend it to anyone. All I can say is that it's one of my favorite movies of all time. This movie will be in my "must see" list for a long time. 10/10
Saturday, 30 May 2020 16:22

At the age of 18, in the winter of 1975, a young South African woman, Ida, had an abortion in the hospital. She could not bear children. As she had learned, this was a common reason in South Africa for aborting unwanted pregnancies. The staff of the hospital could not believe it. "It's a big taboo," they said. But after she explained, they began to understand her and to understand the prevailing anti-abortion stance in South Africa. The most difficult moment came when the obstetrician, though he agreed with her decision, could not imagine what it might mean to him. Ida is the central character in this film. She shows us the innermost convictions of this woman, who is prepared to give her life in her attempt to protect her children. She is the backbone of the film. Because of this film, she became a hero for women in South Africa. As the film progressed, the story kept getting more interesting and the audience began to find out more about the woman and her reasoning. Ida had to go through an extensive medical and legal procedure in order to avoid a legal abortion. She had to prove that she did not know how to use the facilities of the hospital. After many delays, the doctors finally realized that Ida was ready to be a mother. In the film, they had to prove that she had not been educated in pregnancy or birth and had no way to understand the issues. The whole atmosphere was completely different. A movie that exposes the most profound inner convictions of a woman, was totally unexpected. Although this film had a strong moral, it was far from a documentary. The Director, Tania Chwunde, captured the true essence of Ida's suffering. This woman is truly a true hero and in her last moments, we felt the love she had for her children, but also the compassion she had for her and her family. She had to fight for her children, but she also had to do that for her own personal well-being. The story of Ida is so important because of the importance of women's rights in South Africa and the fact that the country is in a terrible state of economic crisis. A small country like South Africa cannot afford to pay for all the medical and legal services. The care and the result for these children are even more important, as it is possible to have many children and not to have to have them in hospital. These children are the future. Every abortion is like the death of a child. I think that the film was an important one because it shows that a single mother who has to do everything alone, has to fight against the prejudices, the methods, and the law. In the end, she survives, and she has won the battle. But she is not really a hero, but a strong heroine. I think that this is the most important message of the film.

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