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(1099) 8.0 96 min 2018

El silencio de otros is a movie starring María Martín, José María Galante, and Carlos Slepoy. The Silence of Others reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain's 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who continue to seek...

Starring
Ana Messuti, María Martín, Carlos Slepoy, José María Galante
Genres
Documentary
Director
Robert Bahar, Almudena Carracedo

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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 Robert Bahar, Almudena Carracedo
Writer Robert Bahar, Ricardo Acosta, Kim Roberts, Almudena Carracedo
Stars Ana Messuti, María Martín, Carlos Slepoy, José María Galante
Country USA, Canada, France, Spain
Also Known As Duchy wojny domowej, A mások csendje, Le silence des autres, The Silence of Others, O Silêncio dos Outros, Sannheten Spania vil glemme, Diğerlerinin Sessizliği
Runtime 1H 36M
Description The Silence of Others reveals the epic struggle of victims of Spain's 40-year dictatorship under General Franco, who continue to seek justice to this day. Filmed over six years, the film follows the survivors as they organize the groundbreaking 'Argentine Lawsuit' and fight a state-imposed amnesia of crimes against humanity, and explores a country still divided four decades into democracy. Seven years in the making, The Silence of Others is the second documentary feature by Emmy-winning filmmakers Almudena Carracedo and Robert Bahar (Made in L.A.). It is being Executive Produced by Pedro Almodóvar, Agustín Almodóvar, and Esther García.

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Wednesday, 19 Aug 2020 09:38

This documentary tells the story of how the heroic actions of two French miners in their attempt to rescue the US ambassador in Aden, Yemen, in 2002 were financed by a Russian-Israeli joint venture. There was no need for a pre-production film, as the two men were already famous. The narrative follows the personal history of the two men as they prepare to make the rescue of the ambassador. The men start off as unskilled but skilled workers, and later make their first steps into a real life. Their experiences are well documented, and their stories are fascinating. The work they do is an indication of the kind of work they are doing, and their work is to bring down the world's superpower to make way for a stable and secure world. The narrative is structured into the basis of a documentary, and as such it is quite clear. There is a lot of footage of the men in action, and the documentary also includes interviews with the families of the men. The men's roles are not completely clear, and it is difficult to know whether they are volunteers or paid soldiers. The film is well documented and edited, and the text is clear and concise. It is well done and the documentary is well done. This documentary was made during the time when the US was a very powerful military power, and it shows that there are many men and women who believe in the United States and want to protect it. The men are proud of their achievements, and they make a real impact on the world. The United States is a great country, and we should not forget that.
Wednesday, 29 Jul 2020 01:49

After seeing the director's "El Silencio de Otros" (Eyes of the Cat) in Berlin, I wanted to see more of it. The director was explaining how he got the title and how he got the idea for the film. He mentioned that he saw the movie in the cinema in the early '90s and had a lot of fun with the cinematography. One of the main elements that interested me the most was the cinematography. The movie is shot in a realist way and, more than that, the director used the camera to show the audience the animals. He used the camera in a way that made you feel like you were actually there. He showed us how the animals came to life and how they lived their lives. He used the camera to show us the animals' behavior and to show us what they were thinking. For example, the photographer used a dolly to capture the animals' actions and actions of the people. The people in the scene looked at the camera in a way that I would call "slow-motion". I thought this was one of the main reasons that drew me to the movie. It was a unique way to show the animals. The cinematography was great, but the realist aspect of the movie was what got me the most. I can't say much more without giving away the ending of the movie, but it's a very emotional movie that I really enjoyed. It was also interesting to hear that the director got the idea for the movie when he was watching the black and white movies in the cinema in the early '90s. He didn't know what to do with the idea, but he tried and the idea came to life. I really liked the movie and would recommend it to anyone who is into the topic of animal welfare. It was a very interesting movie that has a lot to say about the animals and how they come to life.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 09:45

As the opening credits to this documentary draw to a close, the viewer is treated to an image of a man on a road, smoking a cigarette. The image cuts to a close up of the man, holding a flower, his eyes glazed over, but staring intently at the camera. The film proceeds as if he is some kind of hallucination, like some kind of alien who speaks English and French. The film never explains why the man is in the hospital, but it is clear that he is suffering from an undisclosed illness. The viewer is treated to interviews with his doctors, and friends. As the camera pans through the hospital, we are shown various rooms, and he is shown in various stages of recovery. The scene moves from one room to another, with some of the rooms shown in close-ups, such as the examining room. The patients, like the man, are all treated as if they were other people. Their voices are recorded in Spanish, and they are then read in English. After the screening, the doctors told the audience that the man was suffering from terminal cancer, and that he would have died had it not been for the film. They explained that the man, named Jose A., was in his late 30s when he had an accident, and was driving drunk. He was taken to the hospital, where doctors began to treat him with chemo and radiation. Jose was never to see his daughter again, and the film ends with the young man's sister telling the audience that the man is gone. Jose, it seems, has gone to his death in his own way, as though he is never coming back.


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