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(2101) 7.0 125 min 2015

O Inquieto is a movie starring Crista Alfaiate, Miguel Gomes, and Maria Rueff. Some of the chapters from Arabian Nights are adapted to a modern Portugal in this epic.

Starring
Maria Rueff, Miguel Gomes, Crista Alfaiate, Bruno Bravo
Genres
Drama
Director
Miguel Gomes

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama
Director Miguel Gomes
Writer Miguel Gomes, Telmo Churro, Mariana Ricardo
Stars Maria Rueff, Miguel Gomes, Crista Alfaiate, Bruno Bravo
Country Germany, Switzerland, France, Portugal
Also Known As Arabian Nights: Volume 1 - The Restless One, Arabian Nights - Volume I: The Restless One, Les mille et une nuits: volume 1, l'Inquiet, As 1001 Noites, Las mil y una noches: volumen 1. El inquieto, Las mil y una noches: Volúmen 1 - El inquieto, 1001 Nacht: Volume 1: Der Ruhelose, Tysiąc i jedna noc - cz.1, Niespokojny, 1001 noć: Prvi deo - Nespokojan
Runtime 2H 5M
Description Some of the chapters from Arabian Nights are adapted to a modern Portugal in this epic.

Top reviews

Friday, 03 Jul 2020 20:11

In the wake of the 9/11 attacks, former New York Police Department (NYPD) Lieutenant Henry Schwartz (Robert De Niro) returns to New York City to join the NYPD as a second in command. In his role, he is also tasked with investigating a series of mysterious crimes involving the Jewish community. When Schwartz is informed that two women are missing in the East Village, his investigations lead him to the home of Rabbi Dan Klein (David Oyelowo), who claims that the women are his "wives" and that he kidnapped them. As Schwartz investigates further, he learns that the two missing women are indeed Jewish and are married to white-collar criminals who have threatened to expose the rabbi and his wife if Schwartz doesn't do their dirty work. Schwartz and Klein join forces to investigate the mystery of the missing women, with Klein's wife, Audrey (Naomi Watts) constantly trying to prevent them from finding the "missing." After a number of twists and turns involving Klein and his wife's own personal problems, the film ends on a sinister note. One of the many things that stuck out about "Inquiresto Do the Right Thing" was the film's voice-over narration by Jay Rubin. Despite a few chuckles from the audience at the beginning of the film, the narration only lasted a short time, before the film went back to its regular narration. In the end, it did seem that the voice-over was a bit too obnoxious, and it took away from the film. Aside from this, I felt that the film was much more engaging when it did not use the voice-over. My major complaint about the film was that it was very long. The first hour or so of the film, I thought was about an hour too long, but it really picks up in the last hour, before the credits roll. In this final act, the movie picks up where it left off at the beginning. I think it is worth seeing if you are a fan of De Niro's or Oyelowo's performances. My rating: 7/10.
Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 19:36

Antonio Bandaras is a war hero. This is the main thing to keep in mind when you watch "Antonio Bandaras." There are four films that have been released that were directed by Bandaras and I could tell it was all for a reason. The first was "El organizado de la Constitución." This film was like a tragedy of a woman, until the end of the film when the truth is revealed. The second film is "The Academy of the World." The film is about a crime and a spy. The film is powerful, but I think it could have been a little more political. The third film is "Tenementes" which was one of the best films Bandaras directed. I have not seen the fourth film, but I think that the best film in his career is "La Condesa" which is also a war film. In "La Condesa" the audience must decide whether the people in the house are guilty or not. I think that the audience in "La Condesa" thought that it was the government who was the guilty party. In "Antonio Bandaras," the film is about a boy that falls in love with his neighbor. It is obvious that Bandaras does not like the government because of the way that the boy is treated by it. But the boy is also very young, and it is also very clear that the boy was forced to watch the film. I think that this film is brilliant because it is the most emotional film in Bandaras's career. The final film is "Como todas las manos." The final film is about a soldier, but the film is very political. In the end the boy wins because the people in the town didn't do anything to the boy. This is very political and very difficult to watch. I think that the film is a masterpiece because it is really difficult to watch because of the political scenes and because of the last scene. Overall I think that Bandaras was a great director. He made films like "Todo sobrevivir" and "Tenementes" which were great. If you want to see a film about a boy that falls in love with his neighbor, see "Tenementes." But if you want to see a film about a group of war heroes, see "Antonio Bandaras."
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 05:47

This is a wonderful film that explores themes of lost love, grief, mortality, and faith. I think the biggest sin this movie commits is in not calling attention to this subject matter in a more prominent fashion. It's clear that this is an important topic, but it's treated in a way that encourages viewers to internalize that grief is a great thing and the idea of being lost and alone is a miserable state. I know some may think that being "lost" is not a positive thing, but it's a painful thing. It's just one of those things that requires our full attention to understand and allow for. In this case, it's also a lot more complicated than the film suggests. The woman in this film is in a chronic state of grief because of her father's death in a car accident. The man she is in love with, who is about to move to a new house with his wife, wants to start a new life together. She realizes she needs a man who she can be loyal to and who understands her grief. He brings her flowers, tells her stories, and brings her food. The relationship is messy and disorienting, but she does eventually learn to accept the love in her heart and allow for it to thrive. There are a few scenes that leave a lot to be desired, but the overall quality is great. The acting is good, and it is especially nice to see the people who played the part of the family patriarch and the housekeeper play those roles with such emotion and humanity. It's hard to describe the story, but I will say that I felt this film reflected the spirit of my late father. It was as if he was alive, even in his death. While it's not for everyone, it is definitely worth the watch.
Thursday, 07 May 2020 02:25

There's a very important lesson to be learned here. While it's certainly an entertaining movie, the general nature of the story is one of the main flaws in this movie. This is a story about love and how one person can have so many things in their life. The importance of family is one of the things that's really emphasized. But the main thing that's emphasized in this movie is what everyone has to go through in their lives. The relationship between a father and a son is an important theme in the movie. The father and son are really the ones that make the story even more interesting. The father has to suffer with the loss of his son and so he's living his life in turmoil. He feels the loss of his son too but he chooses to live his life as a father. He feels guilt and so he chooses to keep it hidden. This film is an important one because it's about the way people deal with loss. Everyone has to face a problem and get through it. And the fact that the father deals with his son's death really is an important message in the movie. The main difference between this film and others is that it focuses more on the mother-son relationship, rather than the father-son relationship. There are a few things that are important about this movie, but the most important thing is that this movie is a big lesson about how things are all about love. There are a few parts that are very difficult to watch, but it's important to understand how important this movie is for the world. I really liked this movie, but I think that it's a very important one.
Saturday, 02 May 2020 22:16

La la land, here we go again. It's easy to say that this film is a piece of pure pop culture. Sure, it does have a "cookie-cutter" plot and character development, but the quality of the film itself stands out above any of its scenes. I think what makes the film so interesting is its soundtrack. If you have ever wondered what would happen if you mixed an Argentinian rock band with a collection of folk songs, this is the film for you. It is great. It's full of references, it gives you both a "Bollywood" feel and the soundtrack is so interesting to listen to and that the characters of the movie have their own songs as well. Now, onto the film itself. It's an adventure, but it's also, as the director says, a nostalgia trip. For the first half of the film it's mostly nostalgia and you forget that it's a film, so it's easy to fall into the world of the film. You get really immersed in the characters and in the world and it was just so great. But, when you get to the second half of the film, things start to happen. It starts to get into the actual plot. And this is where the film falls apart. It starts to get into the plot, but then the characters begin to fall apart. We get so caught up in these characters and you start to forget that they're there and you start to wonder if you're missing something. I don't know if the characters are given enough screen time, but you have to get used to the fact that they are almost never in the film. They don't exist until the end of the film. And, after the credits roll and the credits are rolling, you wonder why you didn't even think to listen to any of the songs they are singing. The film does a great job of hinting at things and then forgetting them, and that's where it falls apart. I will say that it's also a great film for people who like "Bollywood" music. For me, the soundtrack was the reason I watched the film, but I would also recommend it for those who are interested in this sort of thing.


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