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(3726) 7.9 139 min 2019

A Vida Invisível is a movie starring Julia Stockler, Carol Duarte, and Flávia Gusmão. Kept apart by a terrible lie and a conservative society, two sisters born in Rio de Janeiro make their way through life each believing the other...

Starring
António Fonseca, Julia Stockler, Flávia Gusmão, Carol Duarte
Genres
Drama
Director
Karim Aïnouz

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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 Karim Aïnouz
Writer Martha Batalha, Murilo Hauser, Karim Aïnouz, Inés Bortagaray
Stars António Fonseca, Julia Stockler, Flávia Gusmão, Carol Duarte
Country Brazil, Germany
Also Known As Η Αόρατη Ζωή της Ευρυδίκης Γκουσμάο, The Invisible Life of Eurídice Gusmão, Görünmez Yaşam, La vida invisible de Eurídice Gusmão, A Vida Invisível de Eurídice Gusmão, Niewidoczne życie sióstr Gusmao, Nevidno življenje Evridike, Die Sehnsucht der Schwestern Gusmão, La vita invisibile di Euridice Gusmao, 見えざる人生, La vita invisibile di Eurídice Gusmão, Nematomas gyvenimas, The Invisible Life of Euridice Gusmao, La vie invisible d'Euridice Gusmao, La vie invisible d'Eurídice Gusmão, Invisible Life
Runtime 2H 19M
Description Kept apart by a terrible lie and a conservative society, two sisters born in Rio de Janeiro make their way through life each believing the other is living out her dreams half a world away.

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Wednesday, 07 Oct 2020 23:38

I love movies about Spain. They're easy to spot when you have a look at the cast. They are not only characters but also objects. In the case of this film, it's about a young woman's search for a husband. She is a real woman. For me, the main thing about the film is that it is real, and the character is real. It has an interesting structure, where the young woman is always following the story of the man who is chasing her. At times, she seems to be a follower, but then she goes in search of something, to catch up with her lover. The problems are in the story itself. The first hour is very slow and boring. The two hours are pure torture. And then, the film gets interesting again. I don't know what this is. I will probably see it again but I can't decide which one I like better. I do like the slowest part of the film, which is the wedding scene. It was very well written. The director decided to show all the people. I think the writer could have had a more interesting script, without so much dialogue. The relationship between the two characters is a great example of how weak human relations are. There is a scene where the young woman is trying to get the man she loves, and she refuses to have sex with him. They finally make love, but when she finds out, she starts to cry. But the man doesn't understand her feelings, and he is angry at the scene. The woman can only get an erection in his car. I don't know how they could have chosen this scene. It's so weird. It's so predictable. But then, there is the scene where the man is showing her how to make love. It's very weird. I think I will give the film a 7. The last part of the film is really interesting. I think the film ends very cleverly. I think the plot could have been developed more and the characters more. I think the writer could have added more drama, without the strong sex scenes. But this is just my opinion. The film is a little bit boring, but it's not bad. It's a good film. It has strong female characters and a strong story. It's good to watch when you want to relax. For me, the film is very easy to follow, but it's not great. The strong points of the film is that it has a good structure and that it has a good story.
Saturday, 12 Sep 2020 11:11

This is a Spanish film about a woman (Nona, Ana Torrent) who works for a public transport company, who also has a job, and she is traveling from Barcelona to Madrid on a certain day. In the middle of her journey she meets a local boy (Fernando, Silvano Nunez) who she tells that she works for a company which is working on a project on small housing projects. Nona then tells Fernando that she works for a local company. Nona thinks that the two will meet for a drink and to have a drink with her and Fernando. When Nona goes to Fernando's home, he is there, and she has a drink and tells him that she worked for the company, and that she has a project. He is impressed that she is going to work for the company, and he leaves her alone. After a few hours, Fernando comes back home, and they get married. Nona decides to leave her job and move in with Fernando, and she decides to help him with his projects, and he can not forget that he married her. She asks him to tell his wife (Elena, Amalia Lola) about the project, and she is not sure if she will be able to get back to the project after her work is finished. Nona has a son who is in the third grade, and she wants him to become a doctor. This is a film about human interactions in the Spanish society, and it shows how people live together in their community and their housing projects. In the beginning of the film, the director has said that this is a movie about people and the Spanish society. I think that I agree, but I think that the film has more of a political message, since the director has a lot of his son in the film. It shows how people interact with their neighbors, with their neighbors, with their neighbors and with their neighbors. The film has a lot of drama and drama of people who live together and who want to be with each other. This is an interesting film, and it is one of the better films that I have seen.
Friday, 11 Sep 2020 00:30

Vida Invisivo is a film which is very similar to the Coen brothers' masterpiece, "Blood Simple", but that film was a lot better, better acted and more entertaining. The film follows a small town in the North-East of Spain during the Spanish Civil War. The town is run by a gang called the Vidas, who, according to the town's history, are the people who killed and maimed the town's last mayor. But things don't go as planned. One of the town's residents, Ana, goes to the hospital to see her husband, who has been injured. She tells him that she is pregnant and asks him to take care of the baby. The husband is reluctant, but agrees. After that, he returns to his home in the town, where he finds that the mother of his child has already disappeared. Ana and her husband soon find that Ana's husband has been taking care of the baby, and she has become his mistress. When Ana's husband finds out about this, he goes to the police and asks for help, which is then given by a doctor, a father, and a mother, to the extent that they have to take the baby from the town's doctor. This film is very good, but unfortunately, the film is a little bit short and the story is a bit hard to follow. The film is about a man who wants to find his missing wife, who disappeared three years before, and he does so with the help of a couple of people who knows him, Ana's husband, a doctor and a mother. The film is very well directed, with an excellent script, and a very good cast. The film is very entertaining, because of the character of Ana, and the performances by all the actors, who give a good performance. The film is very good and worth seeing, but the film is a bit short and the story is a bit hard to follow.
Saturday, 05 Sep 2020 18:56

Having lived in Europe for 10 years, I have to say I am pretty surprised at how little I know about Spain. As a matter of fact I know very little about it. I do know the general idea, as a rule. Spain is a complex country, made up of seven autonomous regions. The difference is that the autonomous regions are generally more rural and more cosmopolitan than the rest of Spain. I am from Barcelona, which is about 100 kilometers north of Madrid, and I was shocked to see all of the large rural communities in Spain be governed by the government. What a relief to see that the government is working on a very narrow basis. The actual government is tiny, barely a few dozen people. The biggest institutions are the universities and the Parliament. There are four churches in Spain. A total of 615,000 people have university degrees. In some of the cities, in particular Barcelona, there are 8,000 university students. This small city is the largest in Spain and the second biggest in Europe. Barcelona is the capital of the autonomous region, Catalonia. The region is about 14 square miles. They make up about 80% of the population. It is easy to see why some areas are better off than others. The best-known thing about Barcelona is the city. It is big, really big, and there are more high-rise buildings than any other place in Europe. Barcelona is the capital of Spain, the largest city in the world. It is also the most beautiful. It is a very hot city, with a temperate climate. The streets are often covered with flowers, and the houses are more like a suburb than a city. The most famous buildings are the landmark I. M. Pei-Pei and the Andalusian cathedral. The best museums are in Barcelona. Barcelona is a great city. It has many things to offer. This is certainly true of Barcelona. There are several major universities. There are also many fine art museums. The natural landscape is fascinating, and the architecture is very modern. It is very common in Barcelona for people to drive on narrow roads without any traffic lights. It is very important that they do not, because the traffic lights are not very well used in the city. Barcelona is a wonderful city. It is known as a great tourist destination. There are two theaters, two fine museums, three theaters and an opera house. There are also four bars. There is also a university and a fine art museum. There are many great events. There is a good selection of large events, including the Boca de Europa, the annual soccer tournament of Spain. There is also the Basque-Independence Day, when the people of Barcelona celebrate their independence from Spain. There are also several major festivals. There are also many festivals for children. There are also many festivals for women. Barcelona is a great city, with the central tower standing some thirty meters high. The glass was used to build the tower. In the 18th century, Barcelona was a large and important port. The tower is a tribute to that. The church where I lived in Barcelona is now a museum. The tower was destroyed in the Franco era. The church was rebuilt in a unique way. The current building stands where the original church stood. The original building has more of an eastern, western, and an eastern/west orientation. The building was rebuilt in the 18th century as an alternative to the church, which had a central tower. The original building was destroyed, and the building is now occupied by a museum. The church had several unique features. It was the only Catholic church built in Spain during the Napoleonic period. It was built on a small hill overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, about two hundred meters
Monday, 17 Aug 2020 13:13

Loved it. Elinor Carrere looks and acts wonderful and has more of a voice than just another pretty face. She's believable. Everyone else is quite fine. Some would say that it's too maudlin, but I find that I'm in the same boat with Elinor. It's a little too dramatic for me, but I find that I have to have that kind of sentimentality to relate to what's going on. I don't like to be lectured. But I think it's the fact that the majority of the characters are not very human. They're very tortured, but most of them aren't very likable. There is a lot of them who are self centered and narcissistic, but they're portrayed that way in a way that feels real. But it's never easy to watch. Elinor, the daughter, is also flawed. She is so unrepentant about what she's done. She does what she has to to be the good person she is, but I think that she has a lot of inner turmoil and pain to deal with. The father who left her is very manipulative. He does everything he can to control her, but he never seems to be able to help her. I don't know if it's his problem. I don't know if it's Elinor's problem. I think it's a lot of her. I know she's not very likable, but I really feel that there is a lot of pain in the world, and there's a lot of people in it who have suffered and who are suffering. Elinor is in a very desperate situation, and she's trying to be strong for her daughter. The film has a lot of strong women, who are all in some way suffering, and she's trying to help them, but at the end of the day, she doesn't get to help herself.
Thursday, 06 Aug 2020 16:33

The movie depicts the life of the Chilean book industry in the late 1970s, the time of the Pinochet dictatorship. We are introduced to a world in which books are illegal and a vibrant and active literary community is forced to work in a landscape of violence, repression, and police harassment. In an attempt to "cooperate" with the government, the community is seized by the police, who threaten to arrest their leader, the legendary author Carmen Andujar. Carmen is unaware that the force is her publisher, the highly respected publisher José Benio Vieira, who is arrested and imprisoned as well. While Carmen and Jose search for their publisher, they are confronted by the police and their publisher, who are shot and killed. Carmen believes that they are agents of the government, and his belief is confirmed when he is informed that the government will not allow the publication of Carmen's work and that Carmen and Jose will be arrested. On the one hand, Carmen and Jose try to come to terms with the horror they have experienced, but on the other hand, they are torn between their personal convictions and the will to live. There is a wonderful subtext which resonates throughout the movie. The movie is structured around the Bookfair, a common gathering in which a community gathers to discuss, argue, and debate with others about the success of their community. A world where all cultures and languages co-exist peacefully and without the need for confrontation. The idea that "world" and "world" are not "absolute" categories, but a combination of groups, individuals, and cultures. This movie is a study of this world and its inhabitants, who live through the horrors of Pinochet and the implementation of the dictatorship. To get a better idea of the concept of world, watch the movie and you will know what I mean. The movie portrays the Chilean literary community as a type of society which allows the freedom of expression, where each individual has the right to express themselves. The movie is a message of hope. A powerful message that if one person is forced to defend their right to publish or to live in a world of repression, then humanity will prevail and the human race will triumph. This movie is very powerful, and I highly recommend it to anyone.


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