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La paranza dei bambini is a movie starring Francesco Di Napoli, Viviana Aprea, and Mattia Piano Del Balzo. A gang of teenage boys stalk the streets of Naples armed with hand guns and AK-47s to do their mob bosses' bidding.

Genres
Crime, Drama
Director
Claudio Giovannesi
Starring
Francesco Di Napoli, Viviana Aprea, Ciro Vecchione, Mattia Piano Del Balzo

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Product details

Genres Crime, Drama
Director Claudio Giovannesi
Writer Claudio Giovannesi, Roberto Saviano, Roberto Saviano, Maurizio Braucci
Stars Francesco Di Napoli, Viviana Aprea, Ciro Vecchione, Mattia Piano Del Balzo
Country Italy
Also Known As Η Μεγάλη Νύχτα της Νάπολης, Piranhas - Os Meninos da Camorra, Camorrans barn, Piranalar, Pirañas: Los niños de la camorra, Piranhas, Camorraens barn, Ragadozók, Pirañas, Paranza - Der Clan der Kinder, Piranie, Neapoles piraijas
Runtime 1 h 45 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 gang of teenage boys stalk the streets of Naples armed with hand guns and AK-47s to do their mob bosses' bidding.

Top reviews

Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 16:57

There is nothing about the film that is not original, or unique. This is not a film to be taken at face value and this is not meant to be taken in the same way as the likes of "Napoleon Dynamite". This is not a film to be taken as an educational film. This is a film to be enjoyed by its very nature. The film follows an inner journey of the main character, a young man who gets involved in drugs, his family life, and the corrupt drug mafia. The film is divided into 3 different acts, with the last one coming at the very end, which is a great ending to an otherwise perfect film. You will be able to tell what I mean when you see it, as this film is not an easy one to watch and you will see things you didn't see in the first 2 acts. There is no other way to say it. There is a lot of people who will dislike this film because they will say that the drug scenes are over the top and should not be taken as serious. I personally disagree with these people, I feel the drug scenes are a very important part of the film, and it is very much for the audience to see how the drug scenes affect these people, and you will be able to tell when they are going to get violent, because they are over the top. The film is very dark, and it is definitely a dark film, and it does not recommend it to younger audiences. I also feel that the film is not for everyone. The film does not have a happy ending, but it does leave you with a lot of questions about the characters. The film will make you think and ask questions that you will probably never get an answer for. This film is definitely a must see, I would definitely recommend it to anyone who has ever seen a film before, and especially to those who have not seen any films before. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is into drug films, because it will make you think and think a lot, because it is an extremely dark film, and it is a very original film. I highly recommend this film to anyone who likes films and is into the Mexican film industry, because this is one of the most original films I have seen in a very long time, and it will definitely not disappoint.
Wednesday, 09 Sep 2020 03:02

The CIA doesn't like to make movies about real life. It seems to prefer to leave the stories to real life rather than try to make movies about them. And while it's not a bad thing to leave the stories to real life, sometimes real life is better than fiction, as is the case with "The Bodyguard". This movie is an honest portrayal of a guy who does the same job his boss always does - that is, protect and protect the people he loves. The movie depicts how the CIA works, and how some employees feel about it. The guy in charge of the bodyguard business has never seen anything so bizarre and unprofessional. The guy's sister, who is a cop, is uncomfortable about the job he has to do. As she's an intelligent woman who is used to being able to get whatever she wants, she takes the job as a way to get revenge on the men she hates. The reason why this movie is so interesting is because of the brilliant performances. The movie has excellent performances from all the actors, and also excellent photography. I'm sure that if you are a fan of cinema, you will enjoy the film a lot, because this is a must see movie. The story is unique, the characters are unique, and the scenes are unique. But the most important thing is that you will laugh a lot during the movie. There's no script, no politics, no political situations, nothing that could be considered "subversive". This is a great movie, and I highly recommend it to anyone who likes to watch movies about the CIA. 9/10
Thursday, 20 Aug 2020 21:18

I was apprehensive about seeing this film. After all, what happens when a former top Italian director spends his final days behind bars? What does a political prisoner do when he's released? What happens to a man who lost his last name when he married a woman of mixed heritage? What happens to an aspiring writer when he becomes a real estate agent? What happens when the mob takes control of a firm? The answers to these questions are no surprise, but this film doesn't seek to answer them. It simply shows how a social phenomenon can creep into the lives of ordinary people in an increasingly tumultuous time. In a way, it's like a play on the TV series "Bewitched" with characters who are all connected to the mafia. The film follows the lives of six people who have worked at the same firm, and who, at different times, became part of the mafia. The actors are real, and, while they're all talented, their characters don't come across as particularly compelling or compelling. That's not to say they aren't interesting, however. Just by watching their faces, you can tell they're all in it for themselves and their families. The use of color is important in a film like this, and it makes it all the more interesting. The way the film is shot and edited, the different angles that show different parts of the characters, and the overall aesthetic of the film all add to the mood of the scene. The actors don't have much to work with, so they make the most of it. The two main actors are sensational. Lina Leandersson has a distinctive way of telling stories. She creates a mood with her camera, using black and white shots, and her eye for detail. The two are great together, but I can't help but think that their characters are a little bit too similar. There is a feeling of confusion and unpredictability that I found in their relationship. While I liked the story and the characters, the film simply didn't have enough substance. It's worth seeing, but it's not a film to get very excited about.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 13:14

It's easy to see why the Italian police became so interested in Vito Corleone (Walter Salles) in the late 1940's. Vito is so corrupt that his entire family has been arrested and his son is sitting in prison. The only thing keeping him from going straight is that the Italian state pays him every six months to keep his family out of prison. One day a new mob boss comes to town, a man named Joe Corleone (James Coburn). This guy's brother Don Corleone (Lillo Brancato) isn't happy with the new man and wants to put Joe Corleone on trial for the murder of his brother. But when the Corleone's are caught in a murder mystery, Don gets himself killed. Vito thinks Don's killer is his son, but he knows his brother was not involved in the murder. So Vito takes his family back to his palace, the Corleone family home, and with the help of his wife Maria (Gina Martinelli), Vito hires a private investigator named Jigsaw (Danny Aiello) to find out who killed his brother. It's pretty simple: Joe Corleone is out to kill Vito and he's going to kill everyone who was involved in the murder. Joe's a killer but not a bad one. He's the one who killed his wife and he's the one who killed his wife's new boyfriend. He's a bad guy but he's good at what he does. He's smart and he knows how to get what he wants. The problem is, he doesn't know how to keep his family safe. Maria is a mother and a mother should be protecting her children. The problem is that she's a liar. She tells lies about Vito when Vito's not around and that makes Vito distrust her. She's also the one who is supposed to be protecting them. The whole family needs Vito to protect them. She's the one who's always telling them to "be careful" or "take care of each other." Vito is just too good at being a mobster and Maria is the one who's always lying. Maria has a secret. Maria isn't a good liar. Her best quality is that she can lie. The truth is, she doesn't want Vito to kill him or hurt his family. She doesn't want Vito to know that she lied. But Vito doesn't trust her. He needs Maria to keep him safe. Vito is going to kill everyone who hurts him and Maria is going to have to get out of the way. She is going to have to lie and she has to get away from Vito. I don't really like the ending of this movie. There's no real ending and it's not really about Vito and his family. I don't know why the movie was made. I know that James Coburn is an actor who's really good at what he does, but he's not a great actor and his accent is terrible. But there's no real reason for him to play the part of Joe Corleone. It's a silly role and I think it was a good one for him. He's not a great actor but he's not a terrible one. I don't think he's a bad actor but he's not a great one. He's not great at all. But he's not terrible. But if you're a James Coburn fan, then you might like this movie. But if you're not a James Coburn fan, then you probably shouldn't see this movie.


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