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(8697) 7.5 125 min 2018

Pájaros de verano is a movie starring Carmiña Martínez, José Acosta, and Natalia Reyes. During the marijuana bonanza, a violent decade that saw the origins of drug trafficking in Colombia, Rapayet and his indigenous family get...

Starring
Natalia Reyes, Jhon Narváez, Carmiña Martínez, José Acosta
Genres
Crime, Drama
Director
Ciro Guerra, Cristina Gallego

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Crime, Drama
Director Ciro Guerra, Cristina Gallego
Writer Maria Camila Arias, Ciro Guerra, Jacques Toulemonde Vidal, Cristina Gallego
Stars Natalia Reyes, Jhon Narváez, Carmiña Martínez, José Acosta
Country France, Germany, Switzerland, Colombia, Mexico, Denmark
Also Known As Trækfugle, Az átkelés madarai, Les oiseaux de passage, Ptice selice, Sny wędrownych ptaków, Vasaros pauksciai, 夏の鳥, Birds of Passage, Oro verde - C'era una volta in Colombia, Birds of Passage - Das grüne Gold der Wayuu, Göç Mevsimi, Pássaros de Verão, Αποδημητικά πουλιά, Păsări călătoare
Runtime 2H 5M
Description During the marijuana bonanza, a violent decade that saw the origins of drug trafficking in Colombia, Rapayet and his indigenous family get involved in a war to control the business that ends up destroying their lives and their culture.

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Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 03:25

Let me start by saying that I have never written a review for a movie before. I'm a Spanish/European movies-lovers, and usually, the people who are critical of them are either naive or naive about Spanish/European movies. Well, these two groups, I'm in the latter group. So I'm going to give my view on the film, and my prediction is that it will be a good one, at least a good one. The story is essentially the same as the novel 'The Fade Away', written by the young poet Luis Garcia-Rulfo, which was published in 1988, and also starred Jose Luis Zamora (he is also known for being part of the soundtrack of the film), and Roberto Schindler. Zamora's story, to be frank, is not that great. He is a drug dealer, and his life becomes a hell in his family, and also in his life, as he has been selected for a job that will destroy him. The film was made in 1987 and has the same music from Schindler's earlier film 'Last Stand' (the movie was written by Schindler and James Buell, and he also wrote the music for the film). But it does have a few important things. First of all, Schindler is a very good director. I haven't seen any movie of his before that has really scared me, and I can safely say that this movie scared me very much. The screenplay is also very good, and has some very good dialogue, one of my favorite parts being the one in which Zamora asks to his father what he thinks about drugs, and his father replies "I think it's an ugly drug". This is very disturbing, and one of the scenes that really makes you cry. The performances are also good, especially that of Schindler. He is the main character of the story, and he does a great job. The cinematography is also excellent, and has some of the best scenes of the film, and is also among the best scenes in the whole movie. I give it a 7/10.
Wednesday, 24 Jun 2020 12:39

I've read some very negative comments here. I liked this movie. First, I must point out that this movie is NOT a comedy, although I understand that it was intended to be a comedy. So, in some cases, the film isn't exactly a comedy. The movie has many plot lines. Some of them are very dark and some are funny, very dark. But, this movie is not about the plot. It's about the emotions and actions of the characters, and the feelings they suffer. If you do not understand what I mean by this, you probably have an uncomfortable mind. For example, when the soldier cries at the point of the family, I cried a little too. Maybe because I know my friend who has a wife and two kids. But I also cried at the scene when he kisses the doctor. Maybe because he knows that my friend has a wife and kids too. But also maybe because the situation is very different from our own. And when the doctor is taken away, I too cry because of the loss of this man's life. But, the most important thing is that this movie does not focus on one or two situations. There are many situations, many threads. I think this movie is very intense, but also funny. I also think that this is not a film for people who do not understand humor, people who don't understand love, or people who do not understand sadness. The most important thing for me is that I liked this movie. You should not judge it by its genre, it's an interesting movie with some very dark moments. But if you understand the depth of this film, you'll like it. The actors in the movie are very good, and the direction is excellent. In my opinion, the movie is good enough to be nominated for a Nobel prize.
Saturday, 30 May 2020 23:46

The son of a post-revolutionary Hungarian officer arrives at his father's home. Two separate family members, his wife and father, are murdered by the leading anti-communist faction. It is now a question of who is responsible. Laila is a journalist whose husband was one of the two generals who were killed. After hearing of the assassination, she goes into exile in the United States. She decides to write a book on the matter. It is a particularly cruel day for her when she receives a call from her husband's killers. Laila knows that they are in Budapest and she decides to take a journey to Hungary in order to prove her husband's killers. The police and Hungarian government officers who are in the country don't have a clue what is going on, but they don't know how to react either. The play was written by another Hungarian writer, Ludmila Kotev, who is now also a director. For me, the problem of the play is that the wife of the killer, the woman who is most responsible for the crime, is portrayed as a foolish, self-obsessed woman. When she learns that her husband has died, she suddenly feels guilty. This woman is not a very good wife, she lacks good sense and she is always depressed. She even looks depressed and she is without humour. I can't imagine how she could justify the murder, even though her husband has died. The only woman to me who is at fault is Laila, who is a good wife and a kind-hearted person. She wants to help the police and the Hungarian government, but she is also a selfish woman. She wants to get a good life for her child and be part of the culture, but she is also selfish, jealous and not very confident. All these character flaws make the movie very hard to watch. The story is not very strong, but it is a very good movie. I didn't understand what the purpose of the play was, but it is a nice and entertaining movie. It has its flaws, but it is still an enjoyable movie and is recommended to anyone who likes this type of movies.
Friday, 29 May 2020 22:15

The movie reminded me of a film from the late seventies in which an old lady had been brutally murdered. Even though the murder was a reality that was witnessed by many people, the elderly woman lived on and on with all of the people in her life. This movie begins a little in the future with two criminals, Sid (Ondrej Malak, also of the older woman) and Jose (Jorge Jimenez, who is now an extremely cynical man who has destroyed his life with the theft of stolen jewelry). Jose's younger brother, Salvador (Jose Maria Almonte, also from the older woman's life) has seen the murder and becomes fascinated with Sid and Jose's story. It's their story, not the murder, that is to change Jose's life. Salvador has two major problems: he cannot believe that Jose and Jose are such good friends and he has the thought that Jose and Jose might have gotten into the debt he owes to a local businessman and, thus, committed robbery. But, as the movie develops, Jose's story is revealed and, after a while, Jose's is revealed too. Their story is one of the best in the movie, because, for the first time, we see how people are involved in crime, how they deal with the responsibility of their actions and how they have to suffer the consequences of their actions. It's a movie with two stories that is also about the human nature. One is about the older woman's murder, about the consequences of those who take what they want and want what they have. The other is about Jose's evolution and about the conflicts between Jose and Salvador. The movie is of the most dramatic nature. The scenes that you have seen before will not look the same any more. The movie is shot in the same way, but the stories are of a different genre. But, of course, it's the great Joaquim Rojo, who, more than the others, takes care of the cast. The thing that makes this movie so important is that we see the different paths taken by the characters. The movie is not so much about the criminals, but about the characters of both the criminal and the victim. As far as we can see, both the criminals and the victims are human beings. A man who robbed from a local bank and the elderly woman who lived with the criminals and never received a cent. Some people may not like this movie and may even say that the portrayal of Jose is too stereotyped. But, I believe that the movie does more for the criminals than the victims. It's the criminals who are the victims and vice versa. I think that the movie is worth seeing, because it shows that there are things that people will do and they don't seem to be happy with what they have done. But, what really makes the movie interesting is how much of a character Jose is, and the love that Jose has for the elderly woman. "El tequila de verano" tells the story of Jose and his love for the elderly woman. After they have killed her, Jose doesn't seem to feel like anything has happened to him at all. He's always been just a simple man, a private individual, with a good job and a good life, a person who didn't want to hurt anybody. Now, as he looks back on all that has happened and realizes that everything has happened for a reason, he feels nothing at all. It's a very well told story about the value of human life and the pain it must have for people to do so many terrible things. I give this movie a 7 out of 10. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in crime movies.
Saturday, 23 May 2020 03:20

There are two stories that center on Mexico's drug wars. The first, "El maranon," tells the story of a hoodlum who becomes a big player in the drug trade. The second story, "El piso" tells the story of a young boy, Raoul, who joins the local drug cartel and is the son of one of the bosses. Neither of the stories are as well-written as the first, but both are good and important. The first part of "El maranon" is focused on Raoul, who grows up in poverty and hustles his way into the drug trade. His family suffers from gang violence and the poverty is the reason he joins the drug cartel. This part of the story is easy to understand and there is much humor to go with it. His story is also part of the drug cartel and the drug problem is a part of it, too. However, his story and that of the small boy also goes on for much longer than it should. It is often hard to find people who could relate to Raoul's life, because they did not have the same circumstances. As a result, the stories often feel forced and not as natural. The second part of "El piso" is focused on Raoul's son. The film is also very realistic, and with the help of Elmarra, one of the best directors working today, it is filled with excellent action. One of the most amazing scenes is the execution of one of the bosses. The action in this part of the film is much more intense than the first. Raoul's son has a larger role than in the first part and his death is intense and painful. The story is long, but it is full of action and much of the acting is excellent. The film is far from perfect, but is still an important work of art.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 09:29

There's always some danger with adapting a book into a movie, and I am not sure of any more than this movie. The book, El burro del diablo, was published in 1973. The movie, The Blue Horse, was released in 1980. In the book, the Blue Horse has no leader, but the citizens all act as one, like in a hive. They cooperate in picking up rubbish, and work at their own rates. The part about the big, red horse was changed for the American remake, although the idea was still there. The first thing that struck me about this movie is the story. But it's actually much more than that. The movie is mostly about a mayor who gets the attention of the Dutch minister to get his city back. He is not happy that the Dutch government is going to make the island un-owned and he believes it's a waste. He sets out to get rid of the Dutch, but not without the help of the Blue Horse, the mayor's strong-willed daughter. The people on the island are all very different, some are crazy, some are clean and some don't drink. It's difficult to say how much this movie was inspired by the book. I can only think of two scenes that were repeated, so the movie could be compared to the book. In the first one, the mayor announces that the Blue Horse will become the mayor of the island. In the second, the mayor is going to call the police and bring the Blue Horse into the village, to prevent the mayor from taking over. I'm not sure which one is more important. I think the second one is more important. But the movie is far from being a masterpiece. The cinematography is good, although some shots look very soft and fake. The background music is good, with occasional bursts of upbeat music. It adds the right atmosphere. The movie is not the best thing out there, but it's a good movie, if you ask me.


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