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Campanadas a medianoche is a movie starring Orson Welles, Jeanne Moreau, and Margaret Rutherford. The career of Shakespeare's Sir John Falstaff (Orson Welles) as a roistering companion to young Prince Hal (Keith Baxter), circa 1400...

History, Drama, Comedy, War
Orson Welles
Orson Welles, Jeanne Moreau, Margaret Rutherford, John Gielgud

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Genres History, Drama, Comedy, War
Director Orson Welles
Writer William Shakespeare, Raphael Holinshed, Orson Welles
Stars Orson Welles, Jeanne Moreau, Margaret Rutherford, John Gielgud
Country Spain, Switzerland
Also Known As Falstaff, Campanadas de medianoche, Οι καμπάνες του μεσονυχτίου, Falstaff, o Toque da Meia Noite, Falstaff (Chimes at Midnight), Falstaff - Oi kabanes tou mesonyktiou, Falstaff - Campanadas de medianoche, Oi kabanes tou mesonyktiou, Campanades a mitjanit, Chimes at Midnight, Orson Welles no Falstaff, As Badaladas da Meia-Noite, オーソン・ウェルズのフォルスタッフ
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 Sir John Falstaff (Orson Welles) is the hero in this compilation of extracts from Shakespeare's "Henry IV" and other plays, made into a connected story of Falstaff's career as young Prince Hal's (Keith Baxter's) drinking companion. The massive Knight roisters with and without the Prince, philosophizes comically, goes to war (in his own fashion), and meets his final disappointment, set in a real-looking late medieval England.

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Monday, 06 Apr 2020 17:37

This movie was based on the book "Fantastic Journey" by Carlos Fuentes. I had read it, and knew it was based on a true story. I watched the movie after I had read the book and it was very interesting to watch the movie again. The story is about a young Spanish boy, Pedro (Jesse Eisenberg) who is traveling with his father, his mother (Gael Garcia Bernal) and his grandfather (Miguel Angel Castro) in the United States. Pedro is extremely shy and thinks the world is a big place. He spends most of his time trying to learn how to speak Spanish. Pedro meets a woman named Eva (Julieta Aguiar) and they fall in love. But he is constantly nervous about speaking his mother's language and thinks that he will never have a good relationship with his mother. The mother dies while Pedro is away on a long trip. He is devastated and loses everything. He returns to the family home, where he is reunited with his mother's family. He is happy, but his mother still misses him. Pedro decides to take the journey with his grandfather to find her. The grandfather dies and the boy goes to live with his father. Pedro learns his mother's language and is accepted by the family. The grandfather dies. The boy then returns to his mother's family and they have a child. Pedro is now the child of the mother and his grandfather. They have a child together. The movie is a very interesting story about a boy and a man who is looking for the woman he loves. It is a little slow, but it is a good movie. I recommend it.
Monday, 30 Mar 2020 10:51

To say that the book is "not for everyone" would be a gross understatement. It's a long book, and the author (and the author of the film) really did try to show the beauty and the strangeness of life in the country of Honduras, in the 1950s and '60s, in a time when such things as capitalism, communism, imperialism, and the rest of the world were very much under way. But the film, although good, is not quite good enough to warrant a second viewing. It is a bit long, and there are several moments when the film loses its way. This is a story of a couple (the first is not shown at all) who go to a country where life is good and clean. One is a journalist who is working for a Western country that is interested in the people of Honduras, the other is a writer who is working for a local newspaper. They try to take some pictures, but there are also questions about their patriotism. But what the film really tries to do is to show the love and the struggles of the people of Honduras. There is a lovely scene where a person named "Guapo" (Dolores de la Vega) is at a bus station, and the man who is standing in front of her asks her, "Why don't you go with him?" She says, "Because I don't like him." The man smiles and says, "You should go with him. He is a good man." There are other lovely scenes, as when a young girl, Maria (Sonia Torres) watches a wedding and asks the man, "Why don't you marry me?" "Because I don't want to," he says. He also tells her about the idea of a life in the country of Honduras, which is beautiful and kind, and the people. There are also wonderful moments when Maria and her friend, Angel (Erika Blanco) take a walk, and they are joined by a man named "Esteban," who has a very unusual way of making phone calls. He has a girl he calls "a little lady," but when Maria calls him, "she is not a little lady." Esteban says, "What is she?" Maria says, "She is a little lady." They smile and go back to the path, and Maria looks at Esteban and says, "She is a little lady." There are other wonderful scenes, and these are not the only ones. There are moments when the film becomes a bit too surreal, and some moments where the film loses its way. There is a scene in which Maria's friend, Angel, is saying, "I am not a journalist. I am a writer." There are moments in which the film seems to be a little too funny. But if you can take a couple of hours off of your

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