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(1165) 6.5 125 min 2015

O Encantado is a movie starring Crista Alfaiate, Américo Silva, and Amar Bounachada. The final trilogy of adaptation of Arabian Nights story by the structure in Portugal modern life between 2013-2014 in three chapter.

Crista Alfaiate, Américo Silva, Lionel Franc, Amar Bounachada
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 Telmo Churro, Mariana Ricardo, Miguel Gomes
Stars Crista Alfaiate, Américo Silva, Lionel Franc, Amar Bounachada
Country Germany, France, Portugal, Switzerland
Also Known As Arabian Nights - Volume III: The Enchanted One, Tysiąc i jedna noc - cz.3, Oczarowany, Les mille et une nuit: volume 3, l'enchanté, Las mil y una noches: volumen 3. El embelesado, Arabian Nights: Volume 3 - The Enchanted One, Las mil y una noches: Volúmen 3 - El encantado, 1001 Nacht: Volume 3: Der Entzückte, 1001 noć: Treći deo - Očaran
Runtime 2H 5M
Description The final trilogy of adaptation of Arabian Nights story by the structure in Portugal modern life between 2013-2014 in three chapter.

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Saturday, 20 Jun 2020 14:24

I had heard of "Itinerant Citizen" a couple of times but hadn't seen it. I was looking for some low-budget, independent Spanish movies and came across this. I had read the synopsis and was intrigued. The story has been told so many times, and has been made so many times. It's a story about a single mother who has been trying to support her family on her own since her husband passed away. There are many elements to this movie and I'll say a few of the biggest elements are: Her son is autistic, who is struggling with school and is on the edge of being labeled as a "distracted" child. Her son's mother is having an affair with a man who is divorced and hasn't been able to find the support she needs. The movie is all about that woman and how the story revolves around her, and her family. There is a little bit of romance in the story, but it's only a small part of the movie. It's all about family. It's all about how a single mother who is trying to make ends meet for herself and her children and how she tries to support her family. In this movie, it's the people who are close to her that are there for her. In this movie, there are a couple of familiar faces, but most of them are in small roles and their characters are secondary to the story. The two main characters are a single mother and her son. They are the ones who are there for her, and that is the part that drives the movie. There is a couple of scenes that are very intense, and I wasn't sure if I could handle them because I've seen them before. The only thing I can say about the acting in the movie is that they did a great job. The way they acted in the movie was excellent and made the movie what it is. My favorite scene is when she meets her son. When he gets to see her, the things he sees and the things she says to him make him realize that he wants to help her, and she's not just his mom. And that's when the movie begins to get good. I think it is one of the best movies I've seen, and I think that it has a lot of good points. It's not a great movie, but it's very interesting. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn about a family that is struggling to support themselves, their children and their mother.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 10:23

This film is based on the book of the same name by Juan Piquer Mosquera, a former Chilean intelligence officer, a professor of anthropology at a university in Santiago, who became a citizen of France after the end of the dictatorship. His new life as a French citizen is hard and painful for him, but in spite of this he becomes increasingly involved in the events of the country's history. The story of this film is told through the eyes of a young man, who is a Chilean but is also a French citizen. The character is an essential part of the film's plot, and at the same time it is very difficult to say that this man represents any real person. The plot is not a dramatic one. It is simply the search of the man, his fight with his emotions, and the relationships that he feels and has with his family, friends, and colleagues. But, the plot is the heart of the film, because without a plot it would be impossible to tell the story of the protagonist. It is the plot of the film that gives the character a particular identity and makes him/her the man that the audience knows. The only thing that prevents us from identifying with this character is the difficulty of telling him/her. This difficulty is present throughout the film. But the movie never loses sight of its message, and its message is not to be understood in any way, by any means, by any character. It is simply to be seen and be felt. The movie is certainly not a masterpiece. The script is not flawless and the acting is not the best. It is, however, a magnificent film that deserves every bit of recognition that it is receiving. It is the most perfect film I have ever seen, and I am sure that it will be the most perfect film I have ever seen.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 12:54

Films like this, where the majority of the story is told in monologues by the protagonist, are rare, and no film is better to see. What's more, this film is the reason I'm currently re-watching "L'Orchestre" again (and again) in order to get an idea of the filmmaker's life and work. Michelangelo Antonioni also did many films about the origins of modern cinema, such as "Goya", "El Topo" and "King of the Indies" (a masterpiece). What is most unusual about "Le Promise" is that it also features the amazing and gifted actor Jean-Pierre Leaud as the protagonist. This role may be similar to what John Wayne did for his iconic role in "Spartacus". I must say I have a problem with the way this film was edited. For instance, the scene where the protagonist is interrogated by the FBI while in his hospital bed, only comes after the scene where he is asleep in the toilet. When it comes to the dialogue between the protagonist and his psychiatrist, we hear the words "I just went through an awful experience, I had to leave my wife and daughter to go back to bed" in the first few minutes of the film, and we never hear the words "I had to leave my wife and daughter to go back to bed". Instead, the words are spoken in monologues which usually make me feel like I'm listening to a play, but this film has a distinct feeling of the silent movie. Overall, this film is an excellent film about love and loss, a topic that is usually relegated to romantic films. And it's also one of the most realistic films I have ever seen.

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