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Te Ata is a movie starring Q'orianka Kilcher, Gil Birmingham, and Brigid Brannagh. Te Ata set her sights on Broadway and what she thought was her life's dream. Audition after audition she was rejected and began to wonder if she was...

Drama, Biography, History
Nathan Frankowski
Q'orianka Kilcher, Graham Greene, Brigid Brannagh, Gil Birmingham

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Genres Drama, Biography, History
Director Nathan Frankowski
Writer Esther Luttrell, Esther Luttrell, Jeannie Barbour
Stars Q'orianka Kilcher, Graham Greene, Brigid Brannagh, Gil Birmingham
Country USA
Also Known As Mi nombre es Te Ata
Runtime 1 h 45 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 Te Ata set her sights on Broadway and what she thought was her life's dream. Audition after audition she was rejected and began to wonder if she was cut out for the bright lights.

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Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 21:27

Though I am a great fan of Saudi Arabian culture and history, the Islamic Kingdom in the 1980's has always been a very divisive country. I was a little bit worried that this movie would be giving too much of a negative view of this small nation. I was not, however, so scared that I went to the theater with high expectations. I found this movie to be extremely enlightening and I was enthralled throughout the entire movie. I am still wondering, however, how the movie can be so highly praised by so many viewers, even though it is too absurd at times. For one, I thought the story was just not that sophisticated. I think it was a little bit too simple, and in some points, it is not even funny, because it seems a little too obvious. I also found some of the actors very annoying. Nawar and Raja seem to be born to play the same kind of characters and seem to be chosen solely for their looks. It may seem hard for some viewers to accept, but I think Nawar and Raja act well. The rest of the actors seemed to be just bad choices. As for the other characters, they seemed a little too goofy, but then again, the humor is pretty basic. The last thought is that I did not like the screenplay at all. Maybe it was not written with a comprehensive view of the history of Islam. Perhaps, there are too many characters that do not move the story along, like the citizens of Mecca or the embassy employees. But I did not think the movie was that realistic. I think it is hard to make a movie based on this historical event, since the religious aspects are pretty overwhelming and not easily explained. But I think that this movie is a great movie to experience the culture of Saudi Arabia, and I would not change the title. It is just that I have seen it and find it very interesting.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 20:53

Films like this are very rare and there are only a few examples of it, so here is another. This time, the period in question is the 1980s when the ruling regime of the former communist country of East Germany, the Democratic Republic of East Germany, was in power, and so was the film. Both films deal with the rise of a radical movement called the Solidarniks. They had an underground culture, they were determined to overthrow the system that ruled them. The first film is based on a book by Robert Stone, and was made as a series of documentaries. The second film, based on the book by Edward Herman, was made as an independent film and was made after his death. Both films are extremely good, but the earlier one is superior. It is made from the point of view of a group of young activists, one of whom was a girl, and I think it is better. The films are made as segments, that consist of six hour or so "episodes", which have the maximum "time" available for them. The first film deals with them in the 1980s, the second with the 1980s again. The second film is also good, but this time, it is not based on a book. The two films are totally different, so I am not going to recommend this film. I think this film was not good, it is one of the most popular films of all time, but it is very good. The point of view of the film is made like one of those things that are brought out of a silent period of the movie to a silent period. They are very minimal and isolated. The two films are good, but different and I am not sure which is better.
Monday, 11 May 2020 20:01

My rating is based on IMDb ratings, not the actual film's rating. Sure, there are some great moments and scenes in this film, but it lacks the real weight of one of the great films of the past. As I watched, I felt as though I had been slapped in the face with the evil of history, and as I am currently studying my film class, I would like to see this film again before I see another really great film. I would like to see a film that is powerful, without over-dramatizing the greatness of the human spirit and the need to use our differences in ways that would make us feel proud. This film, however, is a bit of a let down, and for that reason, I felt it is a worthwhile effort, but one that does not have the style or impact of the previous great film, due to the lack of epic, grand moments. The wonderful quality of this film lies in the fact that it is emotionally involving, yet realistic at the same time. The acting, music and cinematography are all great, and the director did a great job of creating a more familiar atmosphere than the previous film. The acting was good, and the film seemed to flow well. The music was great, and the cinematography was good. But, while the acting and music were great, the directing was not great. The director did a great job of creating a film that was sure to stay with you, but when the film did not need to stay with you, it was a let down. The directing was made so interesting and shocking at the same time that it was just bizarre. That does not say it was bad, it just meant that this film needed more powerful moments. The music was quite well. The cinematography was good. The acting was good. But, it was just way too over the top for its own good. In fact, I would say the director's previous film, "The Green Mile", was much more in-depth and deeper, but this film, despite the similarities, falls short of that greatness. Overall, I feel that this film was a good film, but I think it needs more dramatic moments, more time in the character's lives, and more character development to have the impact it could have.

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