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Gabriel e a Montanha is a movie starring João Pedro Zappa, Caroline Abras, and Alex Alembe. Before entering a prestigious American university, Gabriel Buchmann decided to travel the world for one year, his backpack full of dreams....

Genres
Drama
Director
Fellipe Barbosa
Starring
Alex Alembe, João Pedro Zappa, Caroline Abras, Rashidi Athuman

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Fellipe Barbosa
Writer Fellipe Barbosa, Kirill Mikhanovsky, Lucas Paraizo
Stars Alex Alembe, João Pedro Zappa, Caroline Abras, Rashidi Athuman
Country France, Brazil
Also Known As Gabriel and the Mountain, Gabriel et la montagne, Gabriel i góra, Gabriel Et La Montagne
Runtime 2 h 11 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 Before entering a prestigious American university, Gabriel Buchmann decided to travel the world for one year, his backpack full of dreams. After ten months on the road, he arrived in Kenya determined to discover the African continent. Until he reached the top of Mount Mulanje, Malawi, his last destination.

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Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 01:53

It's not surprising that Cuba's new President, Raul Castro, could find the name of this movie to be of interest to his people and, thus, can be commended for a choice of a movie that it would be easy to deny the former communist country for its repression of its own people. The movie is not always uplifting and that's the main flaw in this film. But it is, nonetheless, a strong movie. It could have been a landmark, a beacon for the modern Cuba. Instead, it has some serious holes and glaring holes in the narrative. One is the love story between Jose Luis and Aida. The wife (Luisa Rey) is absent and the wife's boss (Michael Colom) is missing. This is not the first time we have seen this in a recent movie. In the first Desperado (2004) we saw a man take a woman (Cristina Alonzo) and her daughter (the child's mother) to a stranger's house. In Citizen Kane (1941) we had an elderly man take a woman and her daughter to an old man's house. And, in other words, this kind of relationship can be in many instances valid. Jose Luis and Aida meet each other for the first time in the movie and Aida offers him to run away with her. The first time they meet is not shown in great detail, so that we cannot form an opinion of the relationship between them. As a consequence we cannot form an opinion of the bond between Jose Luis and his daughter. The second problem with this movie is the ending. While the main character has a fight with the boss of the large company, we see the boss become the director of the company, an institution that represents a power that is making Jose Luis lose his faith in God. In this moment Jose Luis feels his heart being ripped out from his chest. The relationship between Jose Luis and his daughter is the source of the mystery of his condition. The reason for this is that Jose Luis is in an institution, one that we do not know anything about, but we see that he is under the control of a powerful man. We can easily conclude that he has lost his faith in God. But we can also see that he is in a power institution, that he is powerless. When Jose Luis meets Aida for the first time, she is a very beautiful woman. There is an unnatural, unnatural beauty in her eyes. This is not what a father would expect from his daughter. It is a terrible image that leaves us disappointed. But, then, we are not left with the right impression about Jose Luis, he is not just the subject of the movie, but a main character. He has a specific kind of power in this movie and he is never under the control of another person, but he is in the control of a power institution. It is not always understood that power institutions are always in power. We see this many times in movies, from the corrupt power institutions of Iran, to the power institutions of the capitalist countries. In the movie, Jose Luis was given the power of the American movie industry. But, he did not use that power to improve the life of Cuba, but used it to help the Cuban
Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020 06:37

To be honest, this is one of the most positive, artistic films I've seen this year, and I loved it. It's based on a true story, and it follows the life of the prostitute. Eva is an American, living in Mexico. Her former husband is dead and she has lost her job. She goes to work at a whore house, where her friend Lucinda has just been hired. Lucinda, is very popular among the men. When she meets the boss's son Gabriel, he goes to meet her at the house and after a few minutes she realizes that he is her son. They fall in love, but she finds out that Gabriel has a problem with women, and she is sure that he will never see her again. The main problem is that she works, so she could make more money, and that's why she can't leave the job. She feels very sad for him, and she thinks that she should do something to get him to go to the hospital. Gabriel says he is going to have a baby, but he's not ready. Then he gets to know that Lucinda is a prostitute, and she was going to go to a club where her best friend lived. The problem is that she was just raped by a client and Lucinda was also raped. So she is on the verge of having a baby with a dead man. I can't say much about the film. It's about love, about people, about getting out of the life, about how the things you can do in life can make you happy. And about what happens if you don't do what you want to do. I think that is a great film. And the script is perfect. Because it's based on a true story, it's not easy to change, because you can't do it because you know what you're going to do. So we don't see people's faces. It's a really beautiful film.


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