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Las herederas is a movie starring Ana Brun, Margarita Irun, and Ana Ivanova. Chela and Chiquita are both descended from wealthy families in Asunción and have been together for over 30 years. But recently, their financial situation...

Marcelo Martinessi
Margarita Irun, Ana Ivanova, Ana Brun, Nilda Gonzalez

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Genres Drama
Director Marcelo Martinessi
Writer Marcelo Martinessi
Stars Margarita Irun, Ana Ivanova, Ana Brun, Nilda Gonzalez
Country Germany, Brazil, Paraguay, France, Norway, Uruguay, Italy
Also Known As Mostenitoarele, Las Herederas, Les héritières, Die Erbinnen, Le ereditiere, The Heiresses, Chelas arv, Naslednice, Οι κληρονόμοι, As Herdeiras, Ha'yorshot, Mirasçılar, 相続人, Arvingene, Dziedziczki
Runtime 1 h 38 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 Chela and Chiquita are both descended from wealthy families in Asunción and have been together for over 30 years. But recently, their financial situation has worsened and they begin selling off their inherited possessions. But when their debts lead to Chiquita being imprisoned on fraud charges, Chela is forced to face a new reality. Driving for the first time in years, she begins to provide a local taxi service to a group of elderly wealthy ladies. As Chela settles into her new life, she encounters the much younger Angy, forging a fresh and invigorating new connection. Chela finally begins to break out of her shell and engage with the world, embarking on her own personal, intimate revolution.

Top reviews

Sunday, 05 Jul 2020 06:43

The most interesting aspect of this film is the way it is presented. It is completely hidden from the viewer. It is so far from the "popular" films of the 90's. I don't know how it is possible to give a comment on such a film. If you want to know what I think of the film, read the reviews. There are a few comments that can be considered good, but those comments are from people who knew the film before it was released. I'm not sure how many people saw it. And what I see is not an average viewer, but a particular group of people who were interested in the film. This film does not have a lot of action and there are many scenes that are not worth watching. But it is a very unique film that, for me, is a masterpiece. I don't know how to give a comment about this film. It is not a usual film. It has a lot of problems. Some scenes are very disturbing and scary. And it does not have a lot of action. But the acting is very good. I think it is very interesting that the actors are famous actors. For example, a great performance by Pedro Armendariz. I've never seen him before, but he is very good in this film. And the director is one of the best in the world. His performance is very powerful. And the cinematography is excellent. I like how the director hides everything behind a very low budget. The cinematography is good. The film is very slow. It's a very interesting film, but it is not the best film ever. It is very strange to see this film with an audience that doesn't know what they are watching. It is very strange to see a film that is very different from what we see. It's a very strange film to see this film with an audience that doesn't know what they are watching. This film is a masterpiece. It is very interesting. It's a very strange film. And the acting is very good.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 03:04

I saw this film at the New York Film Festival, where it won the grand prize for the Best Foreign Language Film, as well as the special grand prize for the best foreign film. The film, directed by Gerardo Placido and adapted from a novel by Eduardo Ojeda, tells the story of a teacher and his two students, a teen-aged girl and a fourteen-year-old boy, who experience their first sexual encounter. It's a story that is reminiscent of the HBO documentary series "The School of Life", which explores the sexual behavior of young adults in an American high school setting. The film is based on a novel by Eduardo Ojeda, and although the film begins and ends with the main character's sexual encounter, the film is not exploitative and does not present the sex as entertainment. The plot is engaging and informative, but in the end, I felt that the film was less powerful than the novel, in which it is told from the perspective of the main character. The film's story is told in a personal manner, focusing more on the teacher's relationship with the student. Although the main character is an adult, the film is not entirely based on his sexuality, but the characters' experiences as adults. The film's theme of sexual development is important, but there are also aspects of the film that are not relevant to the main character, such as the influence of other adults on the student, and the teacher's tendency to flirt with his students. Also, the film's film score and the script are similar to the HBO series. Although the film is a significant contribution to the field of film study, I think it is too long and repetitive, especially for the audience that I saw it with. It's a good film, but it could have been better. I think the film would have benefited from an earlier introduction of the main character and a more focused exploration of his life. Overall, this film is worth seeing, but not for those who have not seen other films in the field.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 06:05

This film is an amalgam of several different genres and story lines. It is an interesting film in the sense that it is the first film that I have ever seen where I was so engrossed in the plot, that I wasn't able to concentrate on the dialogue. But this is a film that doesn't rely on dialogue to get the point across, it is much more about character. Every character in the film is important to the plot, and all of them have their own personal arc and journey. The problem with most contemporary Hollywood films is that the characters aren't developed enough, because they are all so cliche. Not that they are necessarily wrong, but the characterisation is always more shallow than the plot. This film, however, was able to develop all the characters so that the plot could more fully develop them. This is a good thing, because if you can only focus on the characters, and the plot, you lose a lot of the depth that makes a good film. So, for example, the character of Arthur is quite undeveloped. He is interesting and he has his own personal arc, but he is the dullest of the characters in the film. But it is his own arc that is the main focus of the film. The two other characters are the two main antagonists of the film. The two main antagonists are the wealthy businessman who is trying to make the ultimate sacrifice to save his country, and the drug addicted woman who is a very important character in the film. They are the antagonists that the film is supposed to be about, but we never see any of their personal arc. The film is divided into three parts, the first part is more of a drama, the second part is a war film, and the third part is a love story. The film does have a strong lead performance from Hugo Weaving as the leading character, and the dialogue is good, but the plot is not strong enough to hold the film together. I also found the ending a bit weak, because there is no closure or resolution to the story, so it leaves the viewer wanting more. I was quite disappointed with the ending, but this was mainly because the two main antagonists were never really developed enough. But, it is still an interesting film, with a lot of good ideas. Recommended. 7.8/10
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 22:12

I'm going to keep this brief. This film was created in Madrid, where it was shot in a kind of house in the middle of nowhere. It is not a romantic film, which I am sure many people would like. It is a disturbing film, which is about two young men who go out to find a new job, while they go to the same old Spanish town in search of a prostitute. The film is very well made, and the performances are very good. The film is very close to reality, although it is not a documentary. The film makes you see Spain from a different perspective, and that's what I liked. It's a film about the relationship between men and women, and about the loneliness of people. It also shows how all the stereotypes of Spanish people and Spain are a little exaggerated, but the actors are very convincing in portraying them. I think that if you are not a Spanish speaker, you can still watch this film, as it is very interesting. It's like a documentary, and not like a comedy. The actors are very good, and it's a good film about the difference between men and women, and how people see themselves and others, because it's a very personal film about two people who live in Spain and try to get a job. The film is very sad, and the ending is very good. It is a very emotional film, but it is not a "happy" film, and it's not a "tear-jerker". It's a very sad film, and it is a very powerful film. I think that this is a very good film, but it's not a masterpiece, it's not a comedy, and it's not a "Hollywood" film. I have seen so many films that are very good, but not as good as this one, but it is still a very good film.

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