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(1042) 7.3 97 min 2017

Arábia is a movie starring Aristides de Sousa, Murilo Caliari, and Gláucia Vandeveld. Andre is a young boy that lives in an industrial neighborhood in Ouro Preto, Brazil, near an old aluminum factory. One day he finds a notebook...

Renata Cabral, Aristides de Sousa, Gláucia Vandeveld, Murilo Caliari
Affonso Uchoa, João Dumans

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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 Affonso Uchoa, João Dumans
Writer Affonso Uchoa, João Dumans, Affonso Uchoa, João Dumans
Stars Renata Cabral, Aristides de Sousa, Gláucia Vandeveld, Murilo Caliari
Country Brazil
Also Known As Araby, Arabia
Runtime 1H 37M
Description André is an 18-year-old boy who lives near an aluminum factory in the industrial city of Ouro Preto, in southeastern Brazil. One day, after a fatal accident that has occurred in the factory, he is sent to the home of the dead worker, Christian, to collect some of his belongings. There you will find a newspaper that describes the last years in the life of the worker, a man who spent his entire life in the midst of poverty and social oppression. The first film directed jointly by Joao Dumans and Affonso Uchoa tells the adventures, loves and despairs of Cristiano, a fascinating character whose lyrical gaze immerses us in the reality of the most disadvantaged class in Brazil.

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Friday, 12 Jun 2020 00:29

This is a must see movie for any Salvadoran living in the USA. I went with some of my friends. My parents and my sister are here, so the family was a bit nervous. I thought it would be a bit depressing, but it wasn't. It was an amazing movie. I thought it was more of a movie about everyday life, rather than a dramatic one. It was very slow, but that is the way it was supposed to be. It is a movie about life and love, but it is not about love in the traditional sense. I have seen it more than once, and it never gets old. You want to see more of these things in this country. It is very heartwarming, but not cloying. It is not made in the Hollywood style. I don't know if it was made in Hollywood, but it was very fresh and refreshing to see. It is more of a documentary style. The music is great, too. They all just fit the movie perfectly. I'm glad it was made in the USA. The people and the culture are different in every country, and this movie is a great way to show that. I have no idea why it did not win any Oscars, but it definitely deserved it. Salvadorans have always been in a world of its own. The movie is very accurate, and it really reflects the people. I am not a huge fan of music, but this was very relaxing. The music was really good and it didn't sound like any of the other films I have seen. I think it was very important to show people what Salvadorans feel like. There was a lot of talk in the film about drug use and death. There was a scene where a person was laying on the floor, he had a bag of heroin in his hand, and it just went everywhere. It was very moving. It also showed that drugs were bad for people. The scene with the housewife and her daughter was also very emotional. She was so proud of her daughter and her husband, and the next thing she was seeing was her husband doing drugs. It was very sad and the scene really brought the film to a close. I think this movie really showed the sadness and everything else that is wrong with the country. I was very moved by it. The family really worked together to bring this movie to life. I think they did a fantastic job, and they are true to their story. The family is very supportive of this movie. They make sure it is played on the big screen, so they can get the full impact of it. They are very proud of this film, and they want to get it out to more people. I know this is a film to be proud of, and it really is a film that is to be seen.

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