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A Perfect Day is a movie starring Benicio Del Toro, Tim Robbins, and Olga Kurylenko. A group of aid workers work to resolve a crisis in an armed conflict zone.

Drama, War, Comedy
Fernando León de Aranoa
Tim Robbins, Mélanie Thierry, Benicio Del Toro, Olga Kurylenko

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Genres Drama, War, Comedy
Director Fernando León de Aranoa
Writer Paula Farias, Fernando León de Aranoa, Diego Farias
Stars Tim Robbins, Mélanie Thierry, Benicio Del Toro, Olga Kurylenko
Country Spain
Also Known As Jedan savršen dan, Egy tökéletes nap, Μια υπέροχη μέρα, Mükemmel Bir Gün, ロープ 戦場の生命線, Un dia perfecte, O zi perfecta, Un día perfecto, Cudowny dzień, A Perfect Day: un jour comme un autre, Savršen dan, Um Dia Perfeito, Perfect Day, Perfektní den, Yom moushlam
Runtime 1 h 46 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 group of aid workers work to resolve a crisis in an armed conflict zone.

Top reviews

Saturday, 11 Jul 2020 08:23

With all the references to Civil War times, this film was destined to have a serious undertone. It has a subtle brilliance, especially in the way the narrator is presented. His refusal to look back when he looks at his family and the way he looks at what's happening, he's a character who's viewed from the outside, but as the film progresses, he starts to open up. His remorse and need to live in his own head is the one character who actually has a real inner conflict. The second is the mother, who has a complex. She keeps putting herself first, but she feels conflicted about the war, and when she finally comes to terms with it, she says that she regrets what she did. It's a lot like the two women in Twilight. She gets to a point where she wants to protect her son, and she's conflicted about how to protect herself. This is the point where she finally comes to terms with the war. The way this movie feels is very different from the stereotypical, over-the-top depiction of war. It's more realistic and realistic as the war unfolds. The actors are very good. I really enjoyed the actors who played the fathers and mothers. I didn't have any problems with the actors, they were all very good. I thought the only actor that I didn't like was the grandmother, she just seemed like she was trying to be too dramatic. The young couple who play the soldiers were also very good, but they didn't have the same charisma as the characters in the movie. I thought the main actor was the best, he was charismatic and charismatic. The way he moved was very good, and his voice was very convincing. Overall, this was a very good movie. I thought it was very true to the time period. It was very well done, it had a great story and great acting. It was a movie I'd recommend to anyone.
Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 09:41

At first glance, A Perfect Day is a film that would seem to have very little in common with the rest of Woody Allen's oeuvre. We have a character, a writer named Woodrow Wilson (Woody Allen), who sits in his piano recital, playing a version of "Happy Days", which is how he spends his days. The film is set in 1943, and it follows Wilson from his youth to the time he's assassinated in 1945, and the writer's life thereafter. Wilson appears to be a sullen man, and that is reflected in his young daughter's comment to her mother that "Woodrow has never been able to relax". He has a quiet demeanor about him, but the viewer sees a restless energy that seems to be there when he's not writing. Wilson's wife, Annie (Meryl Streep), complains about him and even argues about his direction of her life. In one scene, Annie says "I don't like this guy. I hate him. He is not the good husband that I have always known". The situation is further complicated by the fact that Wilson has been living in Mexico City for most of his life, and his only children are the older daughter, Amelia (Julia Roberts), and the younger son, Philip (Tom Hanks). The daughter doesn't like her father, and she refuses to come to live with him. At the same time, Amelia is starting to fall in love with a man in Paris. They are upset about her being with another man, and she knows it will affect her relationship with her father. Amelia has been visiting Philip, and she is unhappy with the fact that she is no longer with her boyfriend. The film ends with the daughter having been with her father, and it's up to Wilson to figure out how to make amends with his children. As in other Woody Allen films, the film is shot in black and white. The camera focuses in on an actor playing the role of Wilson, and it is done in such a way that it's hard to tell who's playing whom. The film is entertaining, but it's not an outstanding film. If you've seen any of his films, you know that Woody Allen is a fine writer, and he does a very good job here. However, it's not an extraordinary film. It's nothing that I'd watch again. But, if you're a fan of his work, I'd recommend it. It's a good film, and I give it an 8/10.
Friday, 15 May 2020 15:59

The title is a reference to the movie The Secret of Roan Inish, in which a farm boy meets his future "savior" in the form of a friendly little dog. In this movie, Billy's son is in a similar position, but is much older than he is. In this film, he is a boy of 12 who has not grown up yet. He's gone through a lot of changes in his life. His parents divorced when he was 10, he has not seen his father for years, and now he lives with a woman who has just had her first child. He is constantly being told that he will grow up to be a "hero" or "little man." And when he does, he is destined to find a job at a munitions factory, a job that will lead to the opportunity for him to "become a hero" and become a hero himself. But first, he has to "make his father proud." His father has sent him to a boarding school where he is constantly bullied, his parents are divorced and he has been sent to a new school. And he is constantly being told that he is not ready for a college. But when he finally finds his father, who is a retired munitions factory worker who is also a highly respected doctor, his father tells him that he has the talent to become a great scientist. And Billy is determined to prove him right. The movie is about a boy's journey of discovery and self-discovery. I found it very entertaining and the messages of this film are timeless. It's a story about finding who you are and what you can accomplish. And in that, it's about a man's responsibility to care for those in his family. The movie is entertaining and an excellent piece of entertainment.
Sunday, 10 May 2020 16:16

An amateur documentary about a war at the border between Germany and Poland, about which the Germans are just as violent and as racist as the Poles. The fact that most people here are Germans and even the Poles have their own kind of anti-German prejudices, with a double standard. The documentary deals with the rise of Nazism in Germany, and the events leading up to the Wannsee Conference. This is a bit slow in its start, but it will become more interesting in the second part. The plot is based on the book by John Hersey, "The Way to War" and the documentary is based on the book by Michael P. Krepon, "The Nazi War Machine: The Inside Story of the Wannsee Conference." The narrator is Paul Trepte, a German journalist. The latter is talking about the report of the conference, which was made during the War. The documentaries emphasizes that it was done by the German intelligence services, and that the war in Poland was an excuse to do the propaganda against the Poles, in order to help the German war effort. The documentary mainly deals with the topic of the Wannsee Conference, about which all Germans were excited to hear about it. This was also the reason for the National Socialists' hatred of the Poles, as well as the fact that the Germans were told that all of their losses in the War came from the Poles. The only reason that they lost the war is because of the Poles. The documentary looks like it was made in a German TV station, and it also has some German subtitles. I am sorry that the German subtitles are not as good as the English, since I was interested in the film for the first part. It is good to see how they used the history of the time in a documentary, which is a good way to introduce the subject. I did not have much problem with the movie, and I am glad that there was enough time to see this movie. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the history of the Second World War. There are also other documentaries about the Wannsee Conference available on the internet.

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