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(525) 6.7 82 min 2017

La familia is a movie starring Giovanni García, Reggie Reyes, and Kirvin Barrios. Andrés and his 12 year old son Pedro live in a violent neighborhood in Caracas, but they hardly see each other. One day, Andrés comes home and finds...

Giovanni García, Reggie Reyes, Kirvin Barrios, Ninoska Silva
Gustavo Rondón Córdova

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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 Gustavo Rondón Córdova
Writer Gustavo Rondón Córdova
Stars Giovanni García, Reggie Reyes, Kirvin Barrios, Ninoska Silva
Country Chile, Norway, Venezuela
Also Known As A Família, Rodzina, The Family
Runtime 1H 22M
Description Andres (35) and his son Pedro (12) live in blue-collar neighborhood of Caracas and they hardly see each other. While Andres uses his time with his jobs, Pedro walks around the streets playing with his friends and learning from the violent place that surrounds him.

Top reviews

Monday, 17 Aug 2020 13:12

Is this the end of all Italian "cowboy movies"? "Dorian Barraza" sounds like a pretty bad title but it has the feeling of a crime-drama that can easily offend people who are not especially fond of Italian crime movies. This was a breakthrough movie for Dino Ciabattari, a man whose films "La Noche" and "La Spazio Como Trascosta" have already become classics in their own right. Of course "Dorian Barraza" is a very good movie, but that doesn't make it a good crime movie. Ciabattari has taken a lot of risks with his direction. He starts out as a clean-cut, simple, easy-going guy (he calls his movies "family" films), which might have been a good choice for a movie like this, but his style of photography is sometimes too polished and way too serious. As it turns out, "Dorian Barraza" is not really a crime movie, despite that the story seems to be about a man whose life is being threatened by a gang of robbers who are hanging out with a prostitute and are getting away with their crimes. Ciabattari makes a very great attempt to keep the movie in the real-world-angle but also manages to confuse things a bit. We are pretty sure that the robbers are the same ones who committed the robbery in "Dorian Barraza" but I'm not really sure about that. The best way to describe the story is that it's a very slow, seemingly boring movie that is filled with quiet shots and slow pacing. However, the scenes that follow are very, very interesting and very suspenseful and you'll have a pretty good time while you wait for the movie to end. But, that's not the only nice thing that this film has. This is a very good movie, actually a very good crime movie, with fine performances from the two lead actors, a great screenplay by writer/director Alain Greshauz and a very exciting screenplay by Roberto Alonzo (who has done a lot of good movies). The opening scene is very impressive and is one of the best scenes in the movie. In the next scene, Ciabattari's characters are out to rob the supermarket in the middle of the night, where they meet two of the robbers, Giovanni Calfa (Alfredo Truzzi) and Arturo Graziani (Roberto Rubini). A shootout ensues, when the cops shoot
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 06:48

The Spanish title means "A Family", but the word "family" could also be translated as "sisterhood" or "family". Since the story is set in Spanish with English subtitles, it is not very easy to tell what the title means. From what I gather, it's a family of four (of which none is a Spanish citizen), with each member of the family not living in Spain but living in a small European country, without money or family ties. The leader, Vitor, is an Olympic athlete, who is a devout Christian and is in debt to the bank. He has a girl friend named Gabriella, who is also an Olympic athlete, living with her boyfriend, not going to school and working in a small town. The two get along well and are both very attached to each other. Vitor's brother is a retired boxer who is in debt to the bank, while Vitor's sister is currently being treated for a heart condition in Spain. The brother-sister relationship seems to be the only happy relationship in the family, even though they have not been together long. They have a ten-year-old son who is now a teen, and he is away from his father, in Italy, to live with a friend. Their son has a girlfriend in the same city and was hoping to meet her soon, but he is not going to meet her. The son is not happy about this, but he has developed feelings for his sister. It seems as though the son may have feelings for her, and that may even be part of the reason for Vitor's relationship with his brother. A few years later, the brother-sister relationship seems to have broken down, and now the three of them are estranged, the brother in Italy and the sister in Spain. The three of them have tried to work things out, but have found that it doesn't work out. The two sons and Gabriella are now long gone, and the relationship is now virtually non-existent. Gabriella is now a widow, who wants to work and go to school. The three of them are now split up, and Vitor and his brother have completely forgotten each other. Vitor and his brother still haven't spoken, while Gabriella is slowly being forgotten, not so much the fact that she's a widow, but that she doesn't seem to care about anything anymore. Gabriella has been accepted into the local college, and is enrolled in the International Communication program. Vitor and

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