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(1105) 7.0 131 min 2017

Gabriel e a Montanha is a movie starring João Pedro Zappa, Caroline Abras, and Alex Alembe. Before entering a prestigious American university, Gabriel Buchmann decided to travel the world for one year, his backpack full of dreams....

Rashidi Athuman, João Pedro Zappa, Caroline Abras, Alex Alembe
Fellipe Barbosa

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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 Fellipe Barbosa
Writer Kirill Mikhanovsky, Lucas Paraizo, Fellipe Barbosa
Stars Rashidi Athuman, João Pedro Zappa, Caroline Abras, Alex Alembe
Country France, Brazil
Also Known As Gabriel et la montagne, Gabriel i góra, Gabriel Et La Montagne, Gabriel and the Mountain
Runtime 2H 11M
Description Before entering a prestigious American university, Gabriel Buchmann decided to travel the world for one year, his backpack full of dreams. After ten months on the road, he arrived in Kenya determined to discover the African continent. Until he reached the top of Mount Mulanje, Malawi, his last destination.

Top reviews

Sunday, 08 Nov 2020 12:33

A Portrait of a Marriage. The first twenty minutes of this film are slow and often grating but as soon as the films pace and style lighten a little, we are in for a treat. Set in the middle ages, Alexandre Desplat portrays a man who is out to get revenge on his wife, Charlotte, who has abandoned him, and in the process almost brings on his own death. In a clear cut, revenge film this may seem a little unbelievable, but the way it is told, we don't really need much more reason to be angry at this guy. The film doesn't go into all the details of how the conflict between the two men is achieved, but once we are given the reason to hate them, we are relieved to know that we don't have to. The end of the film is good, but only because we know we know how this story will play out, and a quick ending, coupled with a lot of exposition could have given us a bit of a better understanding of how to feel towards the characters. However, this film isn't the least bit preachy, and there is a lot of goodness in it that I found very intriguing. It is at times sad, at times funny, and at times heart warming. But ultimately it is a story of two men, not of a woman, and a story of a man who needs to make himself a better man to be happy. Not to mention that there are some really beautiful landscapes to look at, and the score is very moving and even at times haunting. It is a shame that it didn't get a lot of attention when it was released, and the film didn't even get a theatrical release. But its great to see a film from the 1970's that doesn't seem dated. 8.5/10
Friday, 11 Sep 2020 08:41

This is the first film of this writer's career that I am reviewing. I have watched several movies from my youth (not so old yet) and this one is the first I have seen that is not overtly romantic and instead is about an ordinary guy going through a series of events that are bizarre and tragic. The best way to describe the film is it's self. The director has placed the camera in front of a man's (and woman's) face. This man is looking at the camera with utter sincerity. The man's face is obviously recorded and recorded, but the moment the camera turns to the man's face, the camera goes away. There is a point in the movie where the man is writing on his laptop and we see his face. Then we see his face again and this is the very moment that the camera goes away. It seems that the director has also tried to show us the view of the camera's view of the man's face. You are watching the man's face while he is writing on his laptop. We are seeing what he sees through the lens of the camera, and it seems like you are watching his face too. You are watching him write, and that is what you see. The camera seems to follow the man, his face, his writing, but we never see his face. The way the camera goes away during the middle of the movie is completely logical, and the director makes a point of saying it was always the way it was in the beginning. We follow the man through his career and through his tragedy. The director shows us the sadness and happiness and loneliness of this man. We watch the sadness of his wife, his son, his daughter, and of course, we watch the happiness of his daughter. We are watching this man go through his life, and the director shows us all the things he does in his life and what is happening to him. This is a film about how things happen and when they happen. It is a film about death and about finding meaning in life. This is a film that will make you think and make you want to cry. This is a movie that will make you want to go through the process of life and you will appreciate the things in life and you will feel sorry for the things in life. This is a very emotional film that you should see and understand. I have watched it twice and I will watch it again, because I enjoyed it so much.
Wednesday, 09 Sep 2020 17:18

I can't say this much more in short words. Many of us know that there are good and bad that are not but are in the midst of themselves. This movie is a feast for those that can, in fact, see "good". This movie is excellent, this movie can be appreciated by anyone. I consider it to be the finest movie ever made. The message that is sent, by no means, that we must always be positive or always be happy. Not the same way. But let's take a look at what this movie is about and see if we can find something positive in this movie. This is the message of the movie. When a human's life is in danger and he/she needs to go, he/she can't. They go. And when they go, some of them die. That's what this movie is all about. The message of the movie is not just "don't be a coward" or "be nice to others". It's not about revenge. This movie is about understanding. It's about finding what is important in life, and it's about letting go. To know that all the people in the world are equal in the eyes of God, and that no one is really better than any other. It's about not being afraid. I think everybody can find something positive in this movie, even if they don't understand why. For me, this movie is a perfect lesson for how to enjoy life, to let go, to be true, to be happy, to live in the moment, to trust God, and to be kind to others. And those words "to live in the moment" are words that I can really enjoy everyday. I don't know what is going on in the minds of those who wrote this review. They really can't find a positive and this is a waste of time. No one can write a review like that. And that is what this movie was all about. It was all about letting go. And in this movie, it was all about letting go, what is good and what is bad, love and hate, death and life, and everything that is in between. And I will always remember this movie. I loved it. I love it, this movie. So, if you are like me and you like movies, you should see this movie. And if you are like me and you love movies, you should also see the movie "Le Grand Turque". You know, "Le Grand Turque" is a movie that was very much different from this movie, but it was a good movie. Because it was better than this movie. This movie is all about
Saturday, 08 Aug 2020 22:07

*POSSIBLE SPOILERS* The first part of this film is about a young boy who was born into poverty but, as he grows up, experiences a greater sense of freedom as he goes through the military service. The story is set in a small town in Argentina, where the local high school students go to school, and where one of the students is a young boy named Angel. A young soldier is called to go to a prison for a couple of days and help with the prison security and Angel, having no other support, becomes his mentor. There are a lot of things that happen in this film, which I will not mention here. But one of the most important things that happens is that Angel, and his fellow inmates, are able to be themselves and realize that freedom is important. That can happen, in this movie, in any place, at any time. It can be a teenage girl who is a lesbian or a military officer who thinks that the country he is defending is unjust. Freedom, freedom of expression, freedom of the mind and all the other freedoms of the human spirit is something that is incredibly important, and it is also something that is very hard to find in this world. It is a kind of gift that everyone gets from God, but in this movie, it is also something that the criminals must learn about as well. To what extent they should learn, and to what extent they should try to control their fellow human beings. This is why this movie is so important. This is why it is one of the best movies ever made, and one of the most important. It is the foundation of what was to become the whole story of Aeschylus and Vergil, for that matter.
Friday, 17 Jul 2020 19:17

One of my favorite films of all time, this movie still keeps me in tears. This film has a group of social outcasts, such as gay men, women and men. The main character is Lucas, played by Martin Landau. He is lonely, feels guilty and wants to make a better life for himself. But, his personal problems put a stop to that. Lucas is a bit of a mess, a fool, and he is not really liked by anybody. This movie shows a group of characters trying to find a way out of life. The main idea that this movie offers is: We are all separate, and we are all different. The characters are not really heroes, nor are they really bad people. The only thing we need to take from this movie is the idea that we can be happy and content just with our selves. We do not need to try to make a better life for ourselves. Life is what it is, and not what we want it to be. If we are happy with the way we are, then we are happy. The director of this movie, Luc Besson, is a very imaginative guy, and he did a really good job on this movie. One of my favorite things about this movie is how all the people were not stereotyped, as many other films have tried to do in the past. Some of the characters were not nice people, and some were not nice people at all. It is up to the viewer to decide if this movie is good or bad. The audience will only have one choice. Overall, this is a great movie, and I recommend it to everyone, whether they are gay, straight, women, men or young. To all of you who enjoyed this movie: Thank you!
Monday, 22 Jun 2020 08:51

In 2007, during the first weeks of his presidency of Argentina, former President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner gave an interview to BBC Radio 1's "A Scintilla for Karla" programme in which she said the Argentine-Colombian relationship is "a game of poker", and that she doesn't see the US as an ally, but as an enemy. After her election, as the world was beginning to lose faith in her "Heritage" after the devastating economic recession and the military coup that followed, Kirchner said she wanted to change her attitude towards US "diplomacy" and focus more on economics. In her first speech as the president of Argentina, she made the case for "economic realism" and for her countries' "self-interest". She was later shown on a TV debate that has since become known as the "honeymoon" with the US, where she was questioned about the Argentinian experience with the Bush administration. "Economic realism" is a term that she uses frequently and very loosely to describe the US' strategic interests in the world. The term refers to the fact that the US wants to be the dominant power in the world, but the Argentine economy is too weak to challenge it. The US likes to control the world through military means, but the Argentinian economy is too weak to challenge the US. US presidents, therefore, don't need to "play poker", but they do need to show that they are willing to stand up to the US. Argentinian President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has made the same case, though she has made it more explicitly. When asked about the possibility of going to war with the US, she replied that this would only be a "dumb" option. She added that she was not at all worried about the possibility of going to war with the US, and that she was very happy that her country had a good relationship with the US. Argentina was the last country in South America to have signed an agreement with the US. This is in spite of a US embargo, the political system that favors the United States and the role of the military in Argentine politics. The question was, therefore, "what has the US done?" and her answer was that she had signed the agreement because Argentina had nothing to fear from the US. However, Argentinian analysts point out that the US already knew that Argentina would not be able to challenge the US. In fact, she said that the US wanted Argentina to be "the centre of the world's power". Since the late 1980s, Argentina had become a country that was competing with the US for influence, and this was a region that the US was trying to dominate. Therefore, Argentina was able to compete successfully with the US. For example, in 1989, when Argentina was

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