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Nada a Perder is a movie starring Petrônio Gontijo, Day Mesquita, and Beth Goulart. Self-financed fictional biopic of Brazilian bishop Edir Macedo, founder of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God and owner of Record TV network.

Genres
Biography, Drama
Director
Alexandre Avancini
Starring
Petrônio Gontijo, Beth Goulart, Dalton Vigh, Day Mesquita

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Biography, Drama
Director Alexandre Avancini
Writer Douglas Tavolaro, Stephen P. Lindsey, Edir Macedo, Emílio Boechat
Stars Petrônio Gontijo, Beth Goulart, Dalton Vigh, Day Mesquita
Country Brazil
Also Known As Nada que perder 2, Nada a Perder - Contra Tudo. Por Todos., Rien à perdre, Nada que perder, Nada Que Perder, Nothing to Lose, Nic do stracenia, Nada a Perder 2
Runtime 2 h 14 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 Self-financed fictional biopic of Brazilian bishop Edir Macedo, founder of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God and owner of Record TV network.

Top reviews

Monday, 20 Jul 2020 01:47

The best movies are the ones that are about the people and not about the ideas. "Nada a Perder" is a classic example of that. The main character, Reina (played by Geza Hirai), is a woman who is a divorced mother and her children are away for the summer. But she goes to a summer camp in a beautiful place to get away from her life and that is the reason why she decides to join the camp. Her mother is the wife of the camp director, Vilma (played by Anouk Lai). The director, he has two children, one a little boy and a girl. He is the one who brings all the women to the camp. And in this summer camp, he has been involved in many things. He is married, and he has a daughter who is in the process of taking her final exams. When he goes to the camp, he gets involved in the whole situation and he starts to get involved in the women's lives. But he is trying to get out of the situation and he is not sure if he will get his daughter back. What makes the movie work is the acting. The director, the director's wife, Vilma and all the women are the main characters of this movie. The women are real people and their problems are real problems. The director is not a bad guy, he is a good guy, but he is also a kind of a big boss. He has to control the women in the camp. He has to make sure that they get the education they need and he has to have the girls' back. The director and the camp director, the woman, the director's wife and the women all want to get back what they have lost and they want to have the girls back. And all of them have their own agendas. They want to get the kids back, they want to get their own lives back. But they also have to be satisfied and they are not satisfied. They want to get the girls back and they also want to be happy and they don't want to be unhappy. And that is the reason why the movie is very good. Because the movie is not about the ideas of men, it is about the ideas of women. It is about the women and the women's issues and it is about the women. And that is why this movie is very good.
Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 18:28

I first saw this film a couple of years ago and I remember that it was very touching and the story was very moving and the acting was very good. I recently rewatched this film and I decided to write a review about it. The film is about two women who run a small farm, and also a family of four who are the caretakers of the farm. The women are all very close and the film focuses on the relationships between them. One of the women is a very strict mother who is constantly trying to control the children and also the family. The other woman, who is the younger sister, is trying to deal with her mother's cruel and unreasonable behavior. The women are able to overcome these problems and live their lives as a normal family. However, this is very hard for the younger sister because she is told that she can't do anything. The older sister is also very controlling and sometimes she has to force her sister to do things. These are the main problems that the younger sister has to deal with. The film is very touching and I liked the way that it was told. I also liked the fact that the older sister is also able to overcome her mother's behavior. In addition, the film was also very moving because the older sister was trying to control the younger sister's life. The younger sister did not have a father and she had to learn to cope with her mother's behavior. I also like the way that the older sister is able to overcome her mother's cruel behavior and the problems that she had to deal with. This is a great film and I recommend it to anyone who likes to see a film about family relationships.
Friday, 05 Jun 2020 21:50

If you're into the modern-day Armenian-Maghreb conflict then this is a must see. I was surprised to find out how much the film takes on, as it does not present the true events of the Armenian Genocide. I would have preferred a more accurate portrayal of the events of 1915, but there's no reason to doubt the accuracy of the events depicted here. The film does a great job at portraying the persecution and genocide of the Armenian people, and it does it so accurately that you'll be as surprised as I was. There are a lot of elements of the film that I didn't quite connect with. For example, the fact that the Armenian people are not allowed to make any movies about their history. While it may seem strange to a Westerner that an Armenian movie about genocide would be banned, it's a strange thing to many Armenians that they cannot make movies about their genocide. What I did like about the film is that it does not present the conflict in a one-sided way. It portrays the conflict in both sides of the conflict. In a sense, the film does a great job at showing the conflict from the Armenian side and the Ottoman side, and I was actually surprised by how it did this. It shows that the Armenians were fighting for their religion, and the Ottomans were fighting for their country. It does not paint the Armenians as bad guys, and the Ottomans as good guys. This helps the film to portray the conflict in a much more accurate way. I would recommend this film to any who have seen The Promise, which is one of my favorite films of all time. In addition to this film, there are a lot of other films out there that deal with the Armenian genocide.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 00:15

In the summer of '61, the youth of Budapest (18-25) was probably the most interesting and unpredictable element in the European political history. They were, by and large, libertarians, radicals and communists. They were largely independent of the authority, which was the norm in communist Hungary. The youth were a perfect target for the Nazis and the Soviets, who were all too ready to exploit them. While a couple of hundred of these youngsters died, many thousands of Hungarians were incarcerated, and many more were forced to work in the Nazi death camps. This film tells their story. It is a moving account of the terrible fate that befell this small band of young rebels. These young men were not the sons of wealthy industrialists, but rather were the product of circumstances beyond their control. They were, quite literally, "in the wrong place at the wrong time." What a shame. The young men are portrayed as a ragtag group of men who had no ambitions, no resources and no chance of success. But they had a lot of courage, and an energy and determination that allowed them to defy the odds and turn their lives around. The film is not the usual "hero" movie. The young men had no great expectation of fame or fortune. They simply wanted to live a normal, happy and productive life. It was their chance to rebel against the prevailing ideology. It was also their chance to show the world that they were not helpless victims. They were not willing to become the slaves of the Nazi regime. The film is an accurate account of the events that shaped the lives of these young men and the people of Budapest. This film will likely not change anyone's opinion of the young men, but it is an important film that deserves to be seen.


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