In 1970, the Esquadrão da Morte (Death Squad)' crimes for the refinement of violence provoked a wave of reactions throughout the country. The photos of the victims, adorned by the skull, ... See full summary »
One spring Hiromi, who is the mother of an 11-year-old girl Tomo, left home for the umpteenth time. Tomo is accustomed to such a mother and as always went to Makio's place. He is a brother ... See full summary »
In the late-1990s squalid town of Nalchik, a poor young Jewish couple is kidnapped and a grievous ransom is demanded, as bitter resentments and cruel dilemmas come to light, magnifying the small community's grave predicament.
A joy for the eyes and ears, this high-point of the Brazilian trilogy Operation Sonia Silk. A dreamy making-of about the two other episodes and also a cinematographic essay (in picture, ... See full summary »
Sang-Woo (Lee Sang-Woo ) is a HIV positive 38-year-old man who lives in a small shed with his mother ( Lee Yong- Nyeo ). His mother at the age of 60 began working as a prostitute to support... See full summary »
As is difficult to live together with the own decadence!!
Stelinha is a film that reminds the classic of Billy Wilder " Sunset Boulevard ". A youth musician meets accidentally with a famous singer of the 50's years, now almost forgotten. He wraps up with her and it ends if turning your lover, in the hope of removing her of your sad road of alcoholism and depression and initiate again her career of singer. However, unable to recover her, he desist of him good intentions, leaving her definitively and, involuntarily, pushing her to the more completes decadence. The end of the film, with Stelinha in rags singing for a group of indigent and beggars, it is depressing... Winner of the Festival of Brazilian Movies of Gramado, this movie, accomplished in 1990, it is the best interpretation of the beautiful Brazilian actress Esther Goes.
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