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(15229) 7.2 107 min 2016

Pelé: Birth of a Legend is a movie starring Vincent D'Onofrio, Rodrigo Santoro, and Diego Boneta. Pele's meteoric rise from the slums of Sao Paulo to leading Brazil to its first World Cup victory at the age of 17 is chronicled in...

Diego Boneta, Rodrigo Santoro, Seu Jorge, Vincent D'Onofrio
Drama, Biography, Sport
Michael Zimbalist, Jeff Zimbalist

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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, Biography, Sport
Director Michael Zimbalist, Jeff Zimbalist
Writer Michael Zimbalist, Jeff Zimbalist
Stars Diego Boneta, Rodrigo Santoro, Seu Jorge, Vincent D'Onofrio
Country USA
Also Known As Pele: Birth of a Legend, Pelé, el nacimiento de una leyenda, Pelé - Der Film, Pele: Η ιστορία ενός θρύλου, 比利:傳奇的誕生, Pelé. Narodziny legendy, Pele: Nasterea unei legende, Pelé: O Nascimento de uma Lenda, Pele: Legenda je rodjena, ペレ 伝説の誕生, Pelé: la película, Pelé: Naissance d'une Légende, Pelé: O Nascimento de Uma Lenda, Pelé
Runtime 1H 47M
Description Pele's meteoric rise from the slums of Sao Paulo to leading Brazil to its first World Cup victory at the age of 17 is chronicled in this biographical drama.

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Saturday, 04 Jul 2020 18:05

Saw this movie and it is perfect. Great acting, great story and amazing drama. It is the best movie ever made. The movie starts off with the simple yet very meaningful story of a boy, Pelé, who will have to save the sport of basketball for the country of his birth. Pelé is born with a talent that he must use to help his country. Pelé is humble and cares about nothing other than playing basketball for the country. Pelé is raised by his uncle who is the coach of the team. He has a hard life and has to grow up fast, he has problems dealing with his cousins and his mother. Pelé is left with his uncle when he has to go to school. The uncle is a perfect father figure and gives Pelé a good upbringing, but when the uncle leaves, Pelé has to go to school by himself and can't make his dreams come true. Pelé does so. This movie is an amazing tale of a family and its journey, and Pelé's dream to help his country. The movie has wonderful story telling and great drama and it has the same style as "Troy" or "King Arthur". It is so realistic. Every actor is perfect for the role and you can tell they put their heart into their characters. You are rooting for Pelé throughout the movie. The scene with Pelé and his mother makes you cry. The scene where Pelé is growing up is very emotional and very touching. This movie has a very intense story line and is very good drama. It is a fantastic film. It is a beautiful, heart wrenching story. It is a great film. This movie is a masterpiece.
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 20:31

The film's strength is in how it fleshes out the star's career, from his humble beginnings to his public breakthrough, the Lulu. Pelé was a child prodigy, but it was his work as a young man with the Louvre that really brought him to the public's attention. It's fascinating to see how he went from "an artful leaper" to a real world artist. He was "born" as a sports photographer, but he learned how to edit film so well that he could later edit feature films. His career wasn't all smooth sailing, though. It's easy to see that his various brushes with the law have been career-ending events. His greatest and lasting injury was when he was charged with driving on the wrong side of the road. I remember his distraught reaction when he learned of the charge, and his apology in a radio interview a few years later, when he said he was never going to drive on the wrong side of the road again. I think his reputation was one of arrogance and arrogance alone. I think it's this arrogance and arrogance that kept him from actually being able to move on. It's interesting to see how he now appears to have come to terms with his troubled past. His performance is worth seeing in it's entirety. He's probably the best example of a professional athlete who has had to deal with such life-altering adversity and still managed to get his act together. It's also a good reminder that no matter what you go through in your career, that no matter how you get back on your feet, that doesn't guarantee success. I think the biggest theme of the film is what it means to be a man in a time when we were so much more forgiving. We live in a world where it's so easy to look at other people and think "they're just like me". We are no longer free to live in a world where we can't ignore people who don't look or sound like us, and are, therefore, just as important and worthy of our compassion as we are. But it's important to realize that the world isn't perfect, and we should still try to make the best of the imperfect situations we find ourselves in. I think that's what made the movie so powerful. I think it's important that a film address this problem, because it's the one that really makes me think about our relationships with people. I'm not the only one who sees this, though.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 14:47

We all know that today's movie heroes are old men with long and haggard looking faces, but of course that's not the case in this film. Pelé is a twenty-five year old soccer star who comes from the upper middle class, but has been brought up with his mother, his father is a policeman and his mother works in a local factory. When the family is torn apart by the wife's cheating, the baby is taken by his wealthy and possibly abusive, and absentee, mother-in-law. A distraught Pelé sets out to find his son, but his best friend, a seventeen year old soccer prodigy, just turned fifteen, decides to help Pelé track down the boy. The film is very moving and some of the scenes are just beautiful. The world is very different now than it was twenty-five years ago, but the acting is superb. Ian Holm and David Oyelowo are fantastic as the son and father, Pelé and Pelé's friendship becomes a major part of the film. The real highlight of the film is the friendship between Pelé and the athlete. Pelé was a young man who got no love from his family, and went to a women's school. He was a very special kid and his character was so well developed. The film really shows the impact of youth on youth and on the lives of these young people. The characters in the film are not only very good actors, they are also very real people. The son and Pelé's friend become a lot like themselves, and their friendship is very important in the movie. The film is very moving and really shows that the old-fashioned values of morals and justice are just not important anymore. The movie is very educational and it's also a very good film. It shows how important the friendship is between the two men. The film is very good and it shows that friendship is not important anymore. The movie is very good and the performances are very good.

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