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(3072) 6.4 105 min 2019

La paranza dei bambini is a movie starring Francesco Di Napoli, Viviana Aprea, and Mattia Piano Del Balzo. A gang of teenage boys stalk the streets of Naples armed with hand guns and AK-47s to do their mob bosses' bidding.

Francesco Di Napoli, Mattia Piano Del Balzo, Viviana Aprea, Ciro Vecchione
Drama, Crime
Claudio Giovannesi

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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, Crime
Director Claudio Giovannesi
Writer Maurizio Braucci, Roberto Saviano, Roberto Saviano, Claudio Giovannesi
Stars Francesco Di Napoli, Mattia Piano Del Balzo, Viviana Aprea, Ciro Vecchione
Country Italy
Also Known As Paranza - Der Clan der Kinder, Η Μεγάλη Νύχτα της Νάπολης, Pirañas, Ragadozók, Camorraens barn, Neapoles piraijas, Camorrans barn, Pirañas: Los niños de la camorra, Piranhas, Piranhas - Os Meninos da Camorra, Piranalar, Piranie
Runtime 1H 45M
Description A gang of teenage boys stalk the streets of Naples armed with hand guns and AK-47s to do their mob bosses' bidding.

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Wednesday, 09 Sep 2020 06:41

For years, a family of four fled the Hell's Kitchen of New York City after the family's troubled marriage and alcoholism began to escalate. Their surviving son, Adam, and his young wife, Sue, are living in a small house on the outskirts of the city. The couple lives with their eight year-old daughter, Libby, in a small apartment that they keep for the night. Libby is not allowed to leave the apartment and she stays the night with her best friend, Sophie. The young girl seems to be experiencing a great deal of discomfort with her parents' drinking, she hasn't slept well for days, she is confused and angry. Adam, a 47 year-old physician, has two drink-related crashes in the past two years. Both of these events have led to a sharp decline in his life and his professional life. His wife, Sue, is suffering from terminal cancer. The three people in the house seem to have their lives in limbo. Adam has seen his wife's declining health and is at a loss to how to help his wife cope. Libby has been abandoned by her alcoholic parents and feels that her parents will eventually move on without her. Libby's boyfriend, Alan, is depressed and loses his family to alcohol and he is reluctant to take up drinking. Libby, also depressed and at a loss to deal with her mother's deteriorating health, has been having nightmares about her parents, whom she has been keeping secrets from. The house is a disaster, they have been told that they will soon be evicted and have nowhere to stay. The house is not just the last place they want to be, but they are going to stay for the rest of their lives. The house is, indeed, a mess and an ugly situation. The three people in the house, struggling with their lives, each with their own problems, are constantly on the move. The house is constantly threatened with eviction. Their troubles have been going on for months. When their main source of income, Sue's career, seems to be going down the drain, they feel they have no other choice but to sell the house and move into a better house nearby. They do so, even though they know that they will be living in a room with rats, cat urine, and open garbage cans. This is not just a typical movie about family problems. The problem is that the problem is real. This is a very tough, dark, and very sad movie. It is also a movie that shows that the alcoholic, domestic abuse and alcoholism is a very serious problem that affects the lives of most people. This
Tuesday, 11 Aug 2020 21:07

This is a classic Italian crime thriller, of the Argento variety. As a European, I can't really compare this to 'The Godfather' or 'El Farolito' but 'Pino tangere' definitely holds its own. I don't think it's quite as good as 'Quintet' but it's a lot better than 'Blue Steel'. The reason for this is that the director adds more artistic value to the film and thus it doesn't seem to be a simple crime story but instead a painting. There are very few films that can do this. One scene in particular with the river is beautiful. I think 'Quintet' would have been much more successful had it been a plain-Jane crime film. I'm not sure whether or not Argento is able to do this, but he definitely makes it look effortless. The story is also quite unique. I'll explain. The title is borrowed from a few different sources. First of all, from a novel called 'Il primo di rencontrendo' (or 'The first meeting of the bad guys') written in 1946 by a Polish writer, Jan Gross. In this story, the main character, a gangster called 'Richard T' (Umberto Massimo), meets up with two unnamed gangsters, the Italian boss 'Ben' (Massimo's real name) and his accomplice 'Cal' (Domenico Anelli). The two boys are supposed to be the prime suspects of a crime that is believed to be committed by 'Richard T', and Cal's job is to find them, kill them, and bring them to the police station to tell the police that they were in on the crime. There are several interesting subplots in the story that are not really needed and probably were not intended to be included. If you're looking for a film that involves crime and crime solving, you can't do better than 'Quintet'.
Friday, 24 Jul 2020 02:28

It is a very strong and moving film, full of emotional impact. If you are not a fan of Italian cinema, you might find this film too intense for you. You might be afraid that it will make you lose all your sense of direction, but this is not the case. It is a very well made film, which is based on an autobiographical novel. The main character, Kiena, is a high school student who suffers from depression and has a very difficult time coping with life. When she gets a job at a local restaurant she meets an older man, Pauli, and he becomes a big influence on her life. She starts to become very involved in his life and eventually falls in love with him. It is a story about what you will do to make yourself happy and what you will do to make others happy, and what is the best way to do this. The film is not very deep, but the performances are very good. The main character, Kiena, is very convincing. She is not a perfect character but she is a very good and talented person. Her performance is very important in the film. Her performance is very strong and it is easy to believe in her character. The other actors, Pauli, are also good and they do a good job. The music in the film is very good. The soundtracks are very good and they are very beautiful. The film is very touching and very moving. The end of the film is very strong and it leaves you with a very strong sense of satisfaction. It is a very good film and I recommend it to all those who love Italian cinema. I give it a 9 out of 10.
Monday, 06 Jul 2020 12:00

I have to agree with the other reviewers. I do agree that this film is worth seeing and has a few surprises. The movie does feel a little too rushed, with the third act dragging a little. It seems like they didn't have enough time to build on the narrative. I think they should have used a little more of the other episodes and be a little less busy. The sequence that goes between the real Mr. Baraka and his son, who has been his agent for years, was good. It added some freshness to the film. The transitions between the present day and the story of Mr. Baraka were well done. The story of Mr. Baraka and his son is about his marriage and how it all began. The role of the characters was different from what I expected, and that surprised me. I don't think that the character of the son was totally unique. I also liked the way the story went from the present day to the past, when it is known that Mr. Baraka was a part of the drug cartel. I think that the fact that the film doesn't have a lot of special effects adds to the atmosphere of the film. The music was good, and some of the songs were good too. The cast of this film is very strong. I think that this film would have been much more powerful if the music was more subdued. The performances were very strong, with Saura and Sainz-Villamil in particular excelling. Saura plays the part of the father with passion, and he does a great job with the role. Sainz Villamil is excellent in his role, and he is easily the best actor in the film. All in all, I would give this film a 9 out of 10.

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