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Santoalla

Santoalla is a movie starring Margo Verfondern, Martin Verfondern, and Manolo Rodríguez. A Dutch couple, Martin and Margo Verfondern, move to a remote Spanish village of Santoalla to start a new life. There is conflict with the...

Running Time
1 hours 23 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Mystery, Documentary
Director
Daniel Mehrer, Andrew Becker
Actors
Martin Verfondern, Manolo Rodríguez, Jovita Rodríguez, Margo Verfondern
Country
USA, Spain
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Progressive Dutch couple, Martin Verfondern and Margo Pool, had only one dream - to live off the land, far from the constraints and complications of the city. But, when they arrive in the crumbling, Spanish village of Santoalla, the foreigners challenge the traditions of the town's sole remaining family, igniting a decade-long conflict that culminates in Martin's mysterious disappearance. As this once forgotten landscape is thrust into the center of controversy, Margo finds herself searching not only for answers, but for the strength to persevere.

Comments about mystery «Santoalla» (14)

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Christine

I am not the greatest fan of the original film but I'm a huge fan of director Luc Besson, I have never seen his previous film The Fifth Element. I was intrigued by the plot of the film and the idea of a "alternate reality" which is not in our universe. So I decided to check out this film, and I was very pleasantly surprised. Luc Besson has made a film that is very true to the original story, and also he has made a film that is a film about the real world, so it is very "real" and very interesting to watch. The film takes place in a world where the 5 elements are actually real, and there is no sun. It is a world where a young girl named Ada Wong (played by Anne Hathaway) is abducted by aliens and brought to a different world. When Ada is in the alien world, she is forced to act as a "covert agent" for the aliens, and when she is about to be killed, she escapes and tells her story to the world. It is a very original and interesting story, and I believe that Luc Besson has done a great job at telling it. Anne Hathaway was very good as Ada, and I think she did a great job of playing her role. The only reason I did not give the film a 10 out of 10, is that the film did not really have any story to it, but I still think that it is an excellent film. I think that this is a film that will be very popular in the future because of the plot, and the story is very interesting. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who likes sci-fi and the idea of an alternate reality. I give this film a 7 out of 10.

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Nicholas H.

This film was really a lot of fun. I remember seeing it on TV years ago, but it didn't really stick with me until recently. The documentary style was very interesting, as was the story. The film was very well made and I found it interesting how the producers did not shy away from the subject matter. The music was great and it was great to see the film crew and crew members in person. I also liked the way the film made you feel like you were there. It was a great way to look at the story. This is a great documentary film that I recommend to anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Danielle Lopez

This film was a pleasant surprise, I really enjoyed it. It was well produced and well shot. The acting was not great but the film was enjoyable. The production values were also good, although it is no masterpiece, but it was not bad either. It was interesting to see what happened to some of the former "freedom fighters" who are now very old and who are now part of a kind of "communist empire". The story was not bad, although it was predictable, and I did not really like the ending either. Overall, it was an enjoyable film. 7/10.

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Peter

The film is about the life and work of a legendary crime writer and his tragic demise in the "Vietnam War". The film gives an interesting view on how his life was written and what he wrote. The film also shows a little bit of his work and some of his thoughts on the Vietnam War. Overall, the film is an interesting look at the life and work of a writer who is one of the most prolific writers of all time.

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Donald L.

If you are a fan of the Coen Brothers, you should watch this film. If you are not a fan, you might find this film a little disappointing. The story of the movie is pretty interesting, and the fact that it is based on a true story really adds to it. The film deals with the story of a Spanish reporter who goes to Italy for the story of a murder in the city of Venice. He is a big fan of the director of the Venice film festival and his relationship with the press. The press interview the mayor of Venice, and the mayor's wife, and the press interviews the editor of the Venice newspaper. The reporter starts to uncover a conspiracy to murder the mayor. The movie has a great atmosphere and the director has really done a good job. There are many scenes that are just great. The movie was really fun to watch, it was funny, and it made you think. This is a good film to watch with friends. It is not a great movie, but it is a good film. If you are a fan of the Coen Brothers, you should watch this film.

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Barbara

This is the film that started it all for me. I remember watching the documentary about it back in 2007. The film itself is not the most inspiring film but it is a very important one. I'm not sure how many of the people who have commented on this film have actually seen the original documentary. I have not. I have a feeling that a lot of them have not watched it and have been so influenced by the film that they have forgotten that they actually watched it. There is something very powerful about this film. It gives the viewer a lot of insight into the life of the people who made it. The documentary itself is quite funny, I know that, but it is also quite sad. I'm not sure how much it influenced me. I have never seen the original documentary but I have read some reviews that have said that it had an effect on them. I can't imagine why they would have that reaction. It is certainly not a documentary about the people who made it. It is a documentary about the people who actually made it. It is a documentary about how they made it. The film is very moving. I also have to mention that the documentary is very interesting. The whole thing about the documentary itself and the documentary itself is very interesting. It is something that I would like to watch again. I have seen it more than once. This is the documentary that made me a critic. I am very fond of documentaries. I am a critic. The thing that makes documentaries so special is the fact that they are made by people. I don't know why people like documentaries so much. I know that documentaries are great but I don't know why people like them so much. I am sure that it is because people are attracted to them because of the fact that they are made by people. This is the film that made me a critic.

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Elizabeth Gray

I'm not sure why people are getting so angry over this documentary. It's a bit of a political comedy, it's meant to poke fun at the corruption of the judicial system in Argentina, but it's a pretty entertaining movie. It's full of good jokes and great ideas, and the guy who made it is a very funny man. The movie is also pretty interesting, as it shows how judges and lawyers become corrupt. There's a few great scenes, like when they go to the National Palace and talk to the President about the death penalty, or when they go to the prosecutors and the judge about the murder of a former lawyer. But overall, I think the movie is pretty boring. It's pretty much like watching a film about a boring politician, and you can see him getting a little bit arrogant and arrogant. It's not a bad movie, but it's just not that good. I recommend it to people who like documentaries about the judicial system. 6.5/10

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Alice

I'm not sure how the filmmakers felt about making this documentary. The first thing that comes to mind is that it's a big risk. It's a doc on a man who is accused of the murders of his children. It's a very controversial topic. Yet, I'm not sure what they were trying to achieve. On one hand, it's a very interesting documentary about the murder of his children. On the other hand, the filmmakers did not seem to have any real motivation to make this documentary. The movie is very slow and the end seems very sudden. The filmmakers seemed to have no motivation for making this documentary. The movie is very, very long. It's like 3 hours long. It's a very boring documentary. I'm not sure if this is the best way to make a documentary. It seems to be more about the victims than the murder. The victims are really important to the movie. This is very, very interesting but the film is just boring.

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Rose Grant

Santoalla (2006) was an interesting documentary film about the work of poet Alberto Sampaio, whose "Notes on the Life of Picasso" became the most popular book of Picasso's life, making him famous. Santoalla was a great admirer of Picasso, and was a supporter of his work. His poems became a literary sensation and made him a national treasure. The documentary is based on interviews with Santoalla, his wife (played by Gina Martin), and some other people involved in the life of Picasso. It is an interesting documentary. The film is presented in a way that is interesting, but at the same time is easy to understand. It is a little bit too slow, and a little bit too slow at some points, especially when the film is discussing Picasso's early life. It was interesting to see the personal life of Picasso and also to see the biography of Picasso. There are some good things to say about Picasso, but some of the personal life and the biography of Picasso is not very interesting to say. The movie was not very successful at the box office, so it may be a little bit slow. It is worth watching, but it is not a great documentary film. I give it a B-.

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Karen H.

There is a lot of emphasis on the actual evidence of the crimes, but in the end it doesn't matter, because this documentary is basically a series of interviews with the actual victims. They are all incredibly eloquent, and with a lot of information, but it's still only the tip of the iceberg. The real story of the murders is not told, but only the evidence. The film is extremely slow paced, and although I had high expectations, I think they were a little bit too high. Overall, I think this documentary was a good start to an investigation that could have been a lot more comprehensive. It just wasn't enough.

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Nathan

A collection of interviews with people who were part of the operation that killed Osama Bin Laden. The majority of the interviews are from the US government, but there is also a lot of from Pakistan, and also from the family of the victims. The interviews are done very well and generally fairly balanced, though the most extreme views are portrayed very unflatteringly. In particular, the people interviewed are tortured and used as informants. The US government, and particularly the CIA, are depicted as having no interest in the safety of the people they kill. There are a number of reasons for this, but the most important one is that the people interviewed are almost all involved with the operation, and they want to get their voices out there. I suspect that this is because they know that the US government will not be able to take any action against the people responsible, so they have to get their voices out there. The interviewees are generally very good people, and the interviews are generally very well done, even though some of the interviews are from the CIA. It is also worth mentioning that the CIA has been known to lie to the American public in the past, as they did in the run up to the Iraq war. If you are interested in this, there are a number of books about this, including by Charles R. Ketcham, and by Andrew Bacevich. The film is divided into three parts, and although they are not exactly chronological, it is worth seeing all three.

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Victoria

This is a documentary about a man, who suffered from severe mental illness for many years, and who was finally diagnosed with a serious mental disorder in his mid-30s. He is now a self-employed artist who is able to perform and live a normal life. What a fascinating and unique life story! It is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen! I believe that this film was made with the help of the "Butterfly Effect", which is a group of people who are diagnosed with mental illness, and are determined to live their lives as normal as possible. The "Butterfly Effect" allows these people to discover the meaning of life, and to live a more peaceful life than they could otherwise, even if they do not have a serious mental illness. The result of the group is a wonderful film, that shows the results of the "Butterfly Effect", and is very inspiring. If you like documentaries about mental illness, I highly recommend you to watch this film. My rating is 7/10.

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Harold

We know the reality of the incident. As a child, I remember my mother saying she was going to be killed by the Mafia. My father had it as a family tradition to put his children to the test. His son had a test in which he had to kill a person. His son was only 6 years old. We don't know how he came up with the idea to kill someone, but we know that he did it. Now, this was in the early 90s, and we have all heard about the child's killings. I was surprised that I hadn't heard of any of these stories before, and this documentary is a good start. It doesn't say much about the victims or the family members, but the fact that it focuses on the child is a good thing. If you have a child who has been in a situation like this, it's not a good thing to have to listen to the family members. It's the same thing as hearing about someone you know who has been murdered, but you don't know the person's name or how they got there. I think this documentary is important, but it isn't that interesting. I don't think it's very informative. I would have liked to see more footage of the child, like he was in a situation similar to the one described in the documentary. There are some images that are very disturbing, like the baby being taken away from his mother and put in a box, and the shots of the woman's body. There's a few disturbing images, but there are so many images that are disturbing, that it's not very effective.

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Jerry H.

I was quite pleasantly surprised by the documentary, and the fact that it was made by a Canadian, was quite surprising, too. I was expecting a sensationalized look at the good and bad of the art world. Instead, the film gives a balanced, reasonable look at what art means to many people. The filmmakers, including the lead actress, are not overtly political, and don't go out of their way to take sides. They simply go about their job. I appreciate that. It's nice to see a Canadian documentary that isn't so tongue-in-cheek. Overall, this is an interesting documentary that helps to explain what art is. The filmmakers don't take sides, and don't try to bash anyone, because that would be too political. They go about their work, and, as I said, they don't go out of their way to bash anyone.