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Watch Online La cordillère des songes

(469) 7.1 84 min 2019

La cordillère des songes is a movie starring Jorge Baradit, Vicente Gajardo, and Francisco Gazitúa. Patricio Guzmán left Chile more than 40 years ago when the military dictatorship took over the government. However, he never stopped...

Starring
Jorge Baradit, Vicente Gajardo, Francisco Gazitúa, Pablo Salas
Genres
Documentary
Director
Patricio Guzmán

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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 Documentary
Director Patricio Guzmán
Writer Patricio Guzmán
Stars Jorge Baradit, Vicente Gajardo, Francisco Gazitúa, Pablo Salas
Country Chile, France
Also Known As La cordillera de los sueños, The Cordillera of Dreams, La cordigliera dei sogni, Οροσειρά των Ονείρων
Runtime 1H 24M
Description Patricio Guzmán left Chile more than 40 years ago when the military dictatorship took over the government. However, he never stopped thinking about a country, a culture and a place on the map.

Top reviews

Saturday, 12 Sep 2020 10:30

This is a little different. I have not seen the documentary, and I only came across it by accident, on TV. There is no particular reason for this, but I'm curious as to why I hadn't seen this before. I find the fact that it is almost completely French, very interesting. A lot of the interviewees are native French speakers. They talk about the problems they have been facing in France, and also talk about the reasons for that, including the perceived lack of French culture in France. A lot of the interviews have the typical French interviewers talking, but some have a bit more interesting ones. It's worth noting that the French are interviewed in French, and they talk in French. It's not English, which is what the English-speaking interviewees were asked to do. As a result, some of the English-speaking interviewees might have found it hard to understand the French speakers. This film is quite interesting, but the main point is to see how French is so different from the English. The one thing I was really interested in was the French background music, which is obviously an important part of the French cultural background. The French are often described as having a very sophisticated understanding of music, and this documentary shows that to be quite true. I have no idea how much of the French culture is spoken in the French cultural background, but the soundtrack is a lot of fun. There are several songs, some are very good, others are just fine. There are also some French-language songs, and they were chosen for a reason. The music is also shown in several interviews, which are not that interesting. Some of the interviews are interesting, but the majority are not. I think this is because of the fact that this is a documentary, and it's not really necessary to be informed about the French culture. It is also not necessary to know French to understand the interviewees, and this is what makes it really interesting. I think the documentary could have been a bit longer. I think it would have been a bit more interesting, and also a bit more funny, if it had been longer. As a result, I think the film would have been better with one hour, or maybe two hours. I think it would have also been better if the interviewees were mostly French speakers, and it would have made it a bit more interesting. The film is also a bit different from the usual documentary. It is not an historical document, or a news-reel. I think this is a good thing. It's a documentary, and the interviews are not just the usual interviews, but some are actual interviews. This is what I think is important. I think the documentary is not a typical
Saturday, 18 Jul 2020 10:09

As a film student I was greatly impressed by the sophistication of this film. The people interviewed are not people that you would usually encounter on a rainy night. They're sophisticated, articulate and well-spoken. In fact, I was surprised at how they were able to convey a variety of stories, including those of women. This film is not only about the women who have been victims of domestic abuse, but also about the men who are the victims of abuse. The film begins with the women talking about how their husbands have abused them and how they were made to feel ashamed of their sexuality. In a way, the women's story parallels the men's. They talk about how their lives have been destroyed, and they are left with no option but to have a relationship with a man who is capable of providing love and acceptance. The women in the film are also remarkably candid about their experiences of abuse. I have read stories about domestic violence that are much worse than this film. The film makes a number of references to domestic violence and how it can lead to mental and physical illness. The film ends with a powerful message about how domestic violence and its effects can affect a family's life. It's very disturbing, but the film does a good job of conveying this message. I'm not sure why it was so difficult to find people willing to be interviewed for this film. As an adult who has experienced domestic violence, I was very impressed by the documentary. It was very moving, and I thought that the story was presented in an intelligent manner. It is a film that should be shown at every community college, and I highly recommend it to anyone who has ever experienced domestic violence.
Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 09:32

You can tell by the title that this is a documentary on how the French guitar is played. And indeed, I had some expectations on this matter, because there are no documentaries on this subject. However, the title is deceiving. It is a documentary about the guitar playing of Paul Martin, the guitar legend of France. The camera focuses on his guitar, as well as his old friend, Jean-Louis Deguerin, who is also an expert guitar player. They play a lot of the guitar music. It is a typical French documentary, and it tells the story of how Paul, Jean-Louis and Paul's wife, Corinne, are related to the guitar. But, if you have never heard the guitar music, I think you will be very satisfied with this film. It shows how the guitar is played in the 20th century, with many musicians from various countries and eras, from the first days of the guitar. The movie also shows the people who play the guitar, who have been influenced by Paul. For example, the guitarist, who played the guitar for the film, is a pianist from the south of France, and Paul Martin is a pianist from the south of France. There is also a picture of the famous guitar player, Jean-Louis Deguerin, playing the guitar in the movie. All the people are played by the same musician, who has played the guitar in his time. And, there is also a picture of Paul Martin, and he is shown playing the guitar. It is also very interesting to see the different guitar players of the 20th century, playing different types of guitars. And, this is a documentary that will be interesting to many people.


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