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Ver Landfill Harmonic

Landfill Harmonic follows the Recycled Orchestra. An unlikely orchestra made out of recycled trash. As this group takes its inspiring spectacle of trash-into-music around the world, we follow the lives of a garbage picker, a music teacher and a group of children from a Paraguayan slum. Landfill Harmonic is a beautiful story about the transformative power of music, which also highlights two vital issues of our times: poverty and waste pollution.

Genres
Biography, Documentary, Family, Music, Drama
Director
Juliana Penaranda-Loftus, Brad Allgood, Graham Townsley

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Product details

Genres Biography, Documentary, Family, Music, Drama
Director Juliana Penaranda-Loftus, Brad Allgood, Graham Townsley
Writer Alejandra Amarilla
Country USA, Brazil, Norway, Paraguay
Runtime 1 h 24 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

Tuesday, 19 May 2020 16:48

It was always going to be a tough task for a movie to achieve what Steven Spielberg did with "The Sugarland Express" as one of the greatest movies of all time. The subject matter is very important, and even if it was done for commercial reasons, it was a great movie to show what the true meaning of life is. But with "The War of the Roses" Spielberg took it a step further. The film will definitely not be for everyone, because of the language barrier that exists between people who speak different languages, and it is also very difficult to do something like this, but it is definitely a great movie to watch with someone who wants to know more about the subject matter. The true meaning of life, the problem of greed and why some people are so self-centered, the problem of jealousy, the problems of marriage, the issues that plague families, the problems of having a child, the issues of a father and a mother, the problems of a son and the problems of a father and a son.and the list goes on. I have seen it about 30 times now, and it still gets me thinking about the subject matter. The only thing I am missing is the soundtrack that is very essential to a movie like this. I don't understand why people have said that it is not interesting or funny. I found it very touching. It is very easy to see that the main character, the sole survivor of a battle with a house that he is trying to get rid of, has become a very lonely man, who seems to have lost his sense of humor. I can relate to that, because I have lost my sense of humor, and this movie made me think about the importance of humor. The movie also made me think about the importance of family, especially in the family of a person who has been killed, especially if it is the person of a father or a son, and the importance of family, especially when it comes to making a child. The film is very real and very realistic. It is very difficult to see the real issues, but I feel that it is very important to see the real issues, because they are the issues that shape people's lives. The movie is very moving, and the director did a fantastic job, but the soundtrack is the key to a great movie.
Monday, 11 May 2020 14:26

I have always been an advocate for the beautiful, engaging, and highly emotional documentary film. Many critics and audiences find documentary films to be pretentious and overly dramatic, but I do think they are somewhat pretentious and in a way exaggerated. This film may be most often viewed as an embellishment of the life of my Grandmother, but I think that it actually speaks to the experience of many people who grew up in the early 20th Century. There are many moments that resonate with me. There is the dedication and emotional commitment to her work that she had to make for her family, her friends, and her fellow workers. There is the tension and fear in the world of the factory workers, and the fear of losing their jobs and getting crushed by the machine. There is the tension and tension in the worker's families when they are told to work more than their fellow workers. There is the fear of the changing social conditions in America. The film also speaks to the psychological impact of these situations. The film, which is both an art-documentary and a biography, illustrates the power of family, friendship, and commitment. The characters are drawn from the same families as the characters in the movie. Grandmother's family, which was made up of women who worked in the same factory as her and her family, is a wonderful example of how family and friendships can still be powerful. Grandmother's friend is portrayed as the kind of person that can see the best in the people around her. One of the most interesting aspects of the film is how my Grandmother's friends are portrayed as not only dislikable, but also deeply disturbing. This shows us that the film is not just about how the people in the movie are affected, but how they are affected. This is a very powerful film. It makes you feel as if you have lived in the 1920s. I have seen this film on video, and it is very difficult to see on the big screen. My Grandmother was the only person in the cinema with her eyes open. I would recommend it to anyone who has ever been touched by a family member or friend and wants to understand more about how they lived. This is an excellent film and I recommend it highly.


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