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Ver Aquarela

Water and ice are shown around the world, in all of their many powerful forms.

Viktor Kosakovskiy

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Viktor Kosakovskiy
Writer Viktor Kosakovskiy, Aimara Reques
Country USA, UK, Germany, Denmark
Also Known As Aquarela: A Força da Natureza, Aquarela - L'odyssée de l'eau
Runtime 1 h 30 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

Top reviews

Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 18:35

Aquarela is a documentary film about a small group of people in Puerto Rico who have been suffering the consequences of the recent recession. The group is made up of five women, including an ex-porn star and a recovering alcoholic. They have chosen to live together in an old Spanish style house, which has been vacant for over a decade. Although they have lived together for several years, they have no money, no possessions, and their children are suffering the effects of the recession. One of the women, who is currently working as a model and is struggling to make ends meet, is tired of living in the house. The film reveals that the group has been living together for 15 years and has been blessed with two daughters. However, the mother, who is living with her former boyfriend and is struggling to make ends meet, is constantly being accused of being unfaithful. The mother is also having financial problems and is contemplating selling her house and moving to the States. At this point, the film shifts its focus from the women to the men. In particular, we are introduced to a man named Leo, who has a wife and two daughters, who works as a waiter in the local restaurant. Leo is clearly tired of living in the house. The film then shifts its focus to his wife and children, who are living in the house with their mother and father. Leo is being held hostage by his wife, who is taking all of his savings and leaving him with only $10 in his savings account. In an attempt to be supportive, Leo is taking out a loan to pay off the balance of the debt that he is facing. The film reveals that this situation is not uncommon in Puerto Rico, where a large number of people have been affected by the recession. It also shows that the women in the group have no interest in working in the restaurant. This is not surprising, since many of them are not able to make ends meet. In addition, the film shows that many of the men have had to take low paying jobs to survive. In the end, we see that the women in the group are struggling to get by, and we are left with the question of how to help them. In the end, we are not shown how to help the women, but we do learn that they are in a terrible situation. This film will certainly help us to understand the effects that the recession has had on Puerto Rico and the way in which it affects the lives of its citizens. The film is not a perfect documentary, but it does show us the real people of Puerto Rico, and we see them struggling to survive in a time of crisis.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 12:38

With just over 30 minutes in length, this documentary offers a balanced, objective look at the Turkish environmental movement and its unique, strong and persistent presence in Turkish society. The documentary clearly reveals the real faces of these environmentalists and how they share their stories and views with the wider society. It also highlights the methods used by environmentalists in their work, their ideas and their criticism of the Turkish government. The documentary covers a wide variety of topics, including the environmental movement, the environment, the recent developments in Turkey, environmental politics, the green movement and the activists who share their views and opinions with the wider public. The documentary is divided into 3 chapters. The first is dedicated to environmental politics, the second to the activists and the third to the environmental movement. The documentary demonstrates how environmental activists are a diverse group of individuals and organisations that work in a diverse range of fields, ranging from protecting the environment to supporting the rights of indigenous people and challenging the conservative Turkish government. It shows the environment movement as an inclusive group of people, with the participation of people from all social and ethnic groups. It also demonstrates how the environmental movement is not only a matter of environmentalists fighting for the environment, but also an issue of the rights of people to choose their own environment and to be treated fairly. It is an effective documentary that provides a clear, balanced and objective view of the Turkish environmental movement and its unique, strong and persistent presence in Turkish society. The documentary's style is reminiscent of documentaries such as "Earthlings" and "The Ecologist". However, it is different from those documentaries in that it focuses on the activists rather than the environmentalists. It shows how environmental activists are professionals in the field and are dedicated to their work, and it shows how they also take part in demonstrations and rallies. They also use social media to spread their message. However, the documentary is more documentary-like than "Earthlings", in that it is a documentary that also has a strong sense of social and cultural relevance, focusing on the environmental movement rather than the environment.
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 02:55

Aquarela is a film about a young woman's life growing up in a remote village in the middle of the Brazilian Amazon. In the film we see the connection between the mother and her children, the father's absence, the children's suffering and the family's struggle to survive. The film was shot in and around the village and is mainly in the family home and the young woman's home. The village, which is the main setting for the film, is in a semi-arid area, about 15 minutes from the nearest town. The average temperature is about 80 degrees. There are no electric lights, no running water and no electricity. The woman's mother lives with her husband, father, and two sons. The children are so poor that they are given a bag of rice for lunch. When they are out in the fields, they are allowed to run about and play for just a few minutes before being picked up and sent back to school. The women in the village are mostly women, many of them mothers of daughters who are not alive to be the mothers of today. The mother of the young woman is a former domestic worker who worked in the Amazon for years before retiring. She is now the sole breadwinner for her family, caring for her four sons and a girl, and for the two girls who live with her. She and her husband work long hours, in a situation that they are not allowed to leave the house. Her husband is in prison, but he is not allowed to leave the house. The husband is a drunk, the children have no knowledge of the outside world. The father is a drug dealer, and the two boys live in a squalid, filthy apartment. The mother's family is a small, single-parent family, and their life is so miserable that they are convinced that the only way to survive is to take in a refugee. There are no books, only books on witchcraft, and in one of the houses we see a picture of a woman who was murdered by her husband. The refugee is a young man, a child of five or six. He is not well educated and is a little girl. The mother encourages him to go out and read the Bible. The refugee believes he is a witch, but he tells the mother he does not believe in it, because the Bible is the word of God. The mother is convinced he will become a Christian, and the refugee is encouraged to keep his faith in God. He keeps the faith, but he is in a position to help his family. He helps them dig a pit for a well, and he helps his family to find a good job. The refugee is a child of poor parents. He and the mother are the only ones in the village, and they do not have a single friend. The refugee is a bright and promising student, and the mother and her husband, and the other children in the village, love him. One of the refugees is a child of the poorest and most desperate family in the village

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