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Ver Breath

Breath is a movie starring Elizabeth Debicki, Simon Baker, and Richard Roxburgh. After developing an interest in surfing, a teenage boy and his friend forge an unlikely friendship with an older surfer.

Romance, Sport, Drama
Simon Baker
Elizabeth Debicki, Rachael Blake, Richard Roxburgh, Simon Baker

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Genres Romance, Sport, Drama
Director Simon Baker
Writer Tim Winton, Tim Winton, Simon Baker, Gerard Lee
Stars Elizabeth Debicki, Rachael Blake, Richard Roxburgh, Simon Baker
Country Australia
Also Known As Oddech, Uzdah, ブレス あの波の向こうへ
Runtime 1 h 55 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 Based on Tim Winton's award-winning and international bestselling novel set in mid-70s coastal Australia. Two teenage boys, hungry for discovery, form an unlikely friendship with a mysterious older adventurer who pushes them to take risks that will have a lasting and profound impact on their lives.

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Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 07:40

I didn't know what to expect from this movie when I watched it. I thought it was going to be another movie about the opposite of tennis. I figured it would be an action movie where I could enjoy some romance. I was wrong. It's a story about love, relationships, and reality. It's the story of two people trying to survive in their country with different cultures and languages. It's an interesting movie, I was surprised at how realistic it was. The story is really about a French guy, named LeBruno. He has to take a job as a courier to get some wine. He doesn't want to do it. He thinks it's stupid. The other guy, named Salis, also likes doing something that he doesn't really like doing, but he can't get the job done. He just wants to get it done, because he can't find anyone to help him. The man has a girlfriend and a wife. They just want the same thing. They want a lot of things to be fulfilled. At the same time, it seems like they have to do things that aren't right, because of what's going on in their lives. They are completely alike, in the way that they both have problems in their lives. This movie is really great because it has so many different emotions going on at the same time. The actors really do well with the language and everything. I really enjoyed this movie. The people who made this movie should be applauded for the way they made it. It is not just a movie about love. It is a story about life. A lot of movies don't have that same message. I'm really glad I watched this movie. It's a good movie for anyone. It's a good movie for the people who like romantic movies.
Monday, 13 Jul 2020 21:34

The cast includes Luke Evans, Oona Laurence, Willem Dafoe, Woody Harrelson and Timothy Olyphant, and the film is directed by Nicolas Cage. What is striking is that the premise is almost a remake of one of his previous films; so much so that it has two very different yet somehow similar themes: the battle of wills between the rival powers, and the characters' struggles in both their personal lives and the profession of the world. In the first instance, we meet Mike Leach (Evans) who is an influential doctor in a university town. His wife has just been diagnosed with cancer and has now married a future mayor. He has just received a nice promotion, which he hates. When he gets the job of the new public defender, he realizes that his wife has not died but is just suffering from a serious form of cancer. Mike must go to Brussels, Belgium to defend the mayor of his town, Julie (Laurence) who is in the court in the hotel where he is staying. The movie isn't a simple story of male vs. female, but a confrontation between the powers, with a few references to "A Beautiful Mind" and "The Thing". Luke Evans' character is changed from the young, naive, confident and passionate (Evans was at his peak during this period) to the more timid, knowing and kind-hearted father that he is. Oona Laurence is the only main character who is very different. She is the powerful and a great lawyer, while he is the quiet, unassuming, loving father. While she is representing Mike, she represents the powerful that the powers want to protect. As the films progresses, the conflicts and their consequences are becoming more clear, but are not a simple war between male and female, but a confrontation between the powerful and the powerless. Woody Harrelson plays a lawyer with a wife who is not able to face the obvious of the powerful but is not a lot more powerful than the powerless. The argument between the two characters is very complex and is very intense. I think that the film has a very real political message, and that many American viewers will get a very different picture than the one they are used to get. I can definitely see the differences between American movies and the British ones. The female character of Julie is presented very different from the "happy-go-lucky" Julie from Mike's novel, and the film is very demanding to see, which is very bad for a silent movie, and good for an audience like me who has a hard time concentrating on the story. What is important to understand about this film is that it is not really about sex, even though some parts of the story have the appearance of that. There is a lot of sexual content in this film, but the characters are not forced into it. It is enough to observe that the film doesn't have the "feel" of a silent film, but just does not have the stories or the issues. The characters are mainly silent and just talk. The only things that the characters can talk about are the things that are happening to them, and the things that are happening to the powers. The only difference between the two is the sex. Another issue is the way the powers present their characters, which is different from the characters' real personalities. In the novel, I really did not understand much of the characters, especially the three characters of Julie, Mike and the wife. In the movie, I understood a little of the character, but it was enough to make me feel connected with the story. I am still not entirely sure about the characters in this film. In the novel, we see that Mike is basically a kind-hearted, good
Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 23:21

Walt Disney's biggest hits always seems to have been cartoons, but of course they were a big hit, too. This movie, though, has elements of the amazing hero stories of every time period: The Wizard of Oz, The Brave Little Toaster, and The Scarlet Pimpernel, to name a few. The plots are all intertwined in this film, but there is so much more to it than that. Unlike a lot of movies, where the villains are as simple as bad guys and hero's, in this one, the good guys are actually the bad guys! In fact, it is the evil "dead-people" themselves who are actually the heroes. The key to all the mayhem is the theme of "dead-people". Where a hero comes into a world full of danger, where his life depends on what will happen next, and the only way he can protect himself is by "draining" the "dead-people" - that is, getting rid of their dead bodies. Where a hero will defend his life and freedom, the most important thing is to keep the dead-people's power "brought to the light". Walt Disney put so much emphasis on the idea of "dead-people" and the "dead-power", and this is certainly the heart of this film. I also found this film, despite the comedy, to be rather dramatic, and there is a great amount of drama in it. The idea of the protagonist coming out of the closet and how he ends up in a homosexual relationship with a prostitute is pretty moving, and also very sad. There is also a great deal of atmosphere in the film, and a lot of the scenes are very realistic. I like the way it paints a picture of a 1950's Western town, with many landmarks that are very important, like the gas station, and also the one-of-a-kind high school, where all the teachers were the only members of their class. This is probably the best Western setting that I have seen, but that does not mean it is the only good setting. It is still very important to have a good setting. I think this film is very underrated, and I give it a very high rating of 7/10.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 05:10

After the long waiting, the new film on the Oscars is right up my alley. I thought "Gravity" was going to win, but it didn't and I think "Breath" is on its way. "Breath" is a super-crowd-pleaser. And I'm not surprised, since it is well-acted and directed. What I am surprised about is the overwhelming amount of hate it received in the press, from the US press to the UK press. If you have ever seen a film on TV, like "American Beauty", you know that not many people watch films on TV. When they do, they like what they see. And I think people who are reviewing "Breath" should have seen "American Beauty". It is a very good film, very well-directed, well-acted, and well-acted. (I don't want to give any spoilers, because if I do that, I will ruin the film.) There are a few flaws in the film. The most obvious one is that the film does not have that small story-within-a-film quality that was in "American Beauty". The second flaw is that the film seems to go on forever, so it's hard to keep up with the storyline. But those two flaws are minor and not worth mentioning. Other than that, I think "Breath" is a good film, and if you have never seen the film before, you should see it. If you like "American Beauty", and "Gravity", you should probably go see "Breath". I will watch it again, even if it is just because I'm so impressed by it, but I don't think I'll like it nearly as much this time. For the rest of you who haven't seen it, I think it's best you go see it. You may not like it, but I sure do. There are a few people I didn't like, but I think it is a very good film. Just don't listen to the "critics".

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