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No Intenso Agora

A personal essay which analyses and compares images of the political upheavals of the 1960s. From the military coup in Brazil to China's Cultural Revolution, from the student uprisings in Paris to the end of the Prague Spring.

Other Titles
激情の時, In the Intense Now, Burzliwe teraz, Dans l'intense maintenant, En el intenso ahora
Running Time
2 hours 7 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
History, Documentary
Director
João Moreira Salles
Writer
João Moreira Salles
Country
Brazil
Year
2017
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

Comments about history «No Intenso Agora» (23)

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Anthony C.

I'm a huge fan of Carlos Castaneda, and this is my first ever review of a film I've not even read the book. This is a very good film, but it is not a book that can be re-read. If you don't know the basic story, and you like a good movie to watch, this is it. The cast is excellent. I loved the performance of David Oyelowo. He has a very rare ability to project a deep and vulnerable character. Jessica Chastain is really good as well. I think she's very underrated. I also really enjoyed the performance of Dustin Hoffman. He plays a rather lonely character, and he did a great job. There is a lot of poetry in his performance, and it really fits the film. I enjoyed the music, too. I hope this is going to be a movie that is remembered and appreciated for years to come. I was happy to see that I am not alone in my opinion.

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Lauren Martinez

I was absolutely floored when I heard that some bigtime artists were gonna make a documentary about Cesar Chavez. I had been a fan of his for some time and, although I didn't agree with everything he stood for, he was a legend and an inspiration to me. When I heard that he would be in the documentary, I thought that the odds were long but I was very wrong. The documentary is a must see and it is very educational. The interviews are very insightful and make a great part of the documentary. The film is very educational and shows you that Chavez was not the only leader to stand up for the rights of his people and the injustices of the US government. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who cares about their history and wants to learn more about Cesar Chavez.

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Michael Lynch

I just saw this movie in cinemas. It is one of those "how to" videos. It is about an illegal child labor operation in a factory in China. It's like a documentary about China, but it is more like a documentary about the activities of the U.S. child labor industry. This is not a pretty picture, and it is very disturbing. The movie is a bit long, and the editing is choppy, but it is an important movie. There is no need to watch it twice, so I recommend you to watch it before you decide to vote. It will give you a better understanding of the issues of child labor and how it affects other countries. It's a real eye opener and definitely worth your time.

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Kenneth W.

I wasn't aware of the existence of the Iberian slave trade until I stumbled across the movie "The Last of the Living", but after that it was a whole new world. This is a well made documentary on a subject that is so horrific that I had trouble trying to determine what movie it was. Most of the footage is from the period around the turn of the century and it shows the desperation, the lack of hope, and the hopelessness of the people who were forced into this brutal lifestyle. What the director has done is take a chance and talk to some of the surviving slaves who tell their stories. This is what this documentary really should have been about. The documentary tries to cover a wide variety of topics, including the period between the 17th and 19th centuries, the slave trade, the high class life of the "old Spanish" aristocracy, and the harsh life in the "new" colonies. In order to do that, the director had to convince the viewer of the narrative. And while there are some moments where he does succeed, most of the time the film focuses on one particular aspect. I suppose this is what the director had in mind when he made the documentary, but I found the overall feeling that the director was trying to sell me was more than just poor choice of subject matter. I really enjoyed the way he did it though. He was able to get the emotions of the people in the documentary right and I found myself watching the film just to understand what was happening. There are times where I was lost in the movie and was left wondering "What the heck is this?" and it was just as painful for me as the slaves themselves. The majority of the people in the film have never spoken, and are forced to act like children. I was amazed by the actors and the way they took their roles. I was also impressed by the work that was done by the director, who managed to get the film as close to reality as possible. The director even gets the appearance of the slave traders and the way they talked about their actions. But what I thought about the film was the emotional aspect. The director succeeds in getting you to feel as if you were one of the people being interviewed. This is what he is trying to do, and in the end the film becomes more than just a story about slavery. He succeeds in making it feel like you are there with the people that were being interviewed. Overall, "The Last of the Living" is an important film that shows the brutality and hopelessness of the slave trade. It also has some very sad moments and is a really beautiful documentary that would make anyone interested in the subject of slavery. It is a film that will probably be overlooked by most, but I think it is a must see for anyone who is interested in this subject. The movie really deserves a lot more credit than it has received. I give it a B+.

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Nancy

This is a true story of how a group of Marxist revolutionaries of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) fell in love and made a pact of friendship and support for each other's cause. They were all ordinary people, working class people, and so their relationship was typical for any relationship. They didn't want to be involved in politics, nor did they want to be leaders, they just wanted to be happy. I think this movie is well-worth watching, and the one-sidedness of the "plot" is quite interesting. I think it's worth the effort to watch.

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Randy P.

The more you know about the CIA, the more you want to know about the CIA, and the more you want to know about the CIA. This documentary follows the history of the CIA from its creation in 1947, through the Kennedy assassination to the present day. A fascinating study of the agency's history, and a fascinating film in its own right. I believe that this is the best CIA documentary to date. It does not shy away from providing information about the agency's operations, it provides a realistic look at the CIA and the people that work for it. If you're a student of history, or a fan of the CIA, this documentary is a must-see. It gives you an even better understanding of what it was like to be a CIA agent, and it gives you a sense of what it was like to work for the CIA. You may not want to watch it with your family, or with your children, but it's a must-see for the history lover in you.

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Doris Freeman

A very nice and really interesting film about what the terrorists had actually done in the USA and what their leader had said to the FBI. The director was very good in presenting what he wanted to show. He kept us in the dark about what the terrorists actually did, and didn't tell us everything. He was extremely careful not to make us feel like the terrorists were just "inventing" or "pretending". The film is very well made and the dialogues between the FBI agents are also very good. The film is more than just a documentary about the terrorists. It also deals with the question of how you can trust the FBI agents to tell you the truth. As for the terrorists themselves, they are not really evil. They just have some bad points and do some stupid things. The director's comments about them are not so scary because he shows us the things they are not doing. The terrorists are like the poor people who are not in control and that have problems with the police, the army, the courts and the media. They are in control of everything in their country and have the ability to do anything they want. In the end, the director shows us that the only way to fight terrorism is to know what they are doing and stop them. The director does a good job in showing us what the terrorists actually do and not just what they say. He shows us the truth. His comments are not exaggerated. He shows us what the terrorists are doing and not what they say.

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Jordan Austin

I'm not a fan of Nieves Navarro, but I can see how a film like this might make her an actress of interest. Her story is fascinating, and one that's been told before, but that might not be expected to be told again. The film is based on a memoir written by Navarro in the 1950s, but you can see the film playing out as a documentary, and as a coming-of-age story. It's not a lot of screen time, but it doesn't feel too rushed. Navarro is one of the most influential artists of her generation. She influenced young women to rebel, to be active, and to have the courage to fight for their rights. Navarro's life is the stuff of legend, but she never seemed to be around to witness her legacy live on. This film tells her story. Navarro's early life was a mess, and she struggled with drug addiction. She had to struggle to survive. She ended up a prisoner, living on her own in a dingy prison apartment. At the end of the film, her daughter is still living with her. There is a lot of talk about women who were in prison and have become more vocal in their efforts to end this type of treatment. Navarro is one of them. In a surprising move, her daughter plays Navarro's daughter, a few years after her death. In this way, the film is an attempt to relive her life, and the film is about Navarro, who never had a very positive view of life. The film doesn't dwell on her personal life, but instead it's about how her daughter struggles with her mother's legacy. The film is very touching, and while it's not really a story about Navarro, it does go into some interesting places about her and the prison she lived in. It's a touching film, and I think the film is worth watching.

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Alice B.

This film is based on the book by "The Invisible Men", whose real life story and excellent photography captured in the film, as well as the great cinematography of Luis Minuit, make this one a real must see. "The Invisible Men" (also known as "The First Men" in France) were a group of young, unknown, brave men who ran the guerilla, anti-colonial, anti-war movements in France. This is a story of these brave men and how they overcame their fears and their conflicts, and they went on to lead the most successful revolution in the history of France. The documentary begins with a brief history of the group, and how they got involved in the struggles of the French Revolution. The documentary then takes us back to the guerilla, anti-colonial, anti-war movements of France, and the members of "The Invisible Men". This is a great documentary, you should watch it, and also it is very easy to watch, even without a knowledge of French history, the narration is very good. I think everyone should see it. If you are into history and French history, this is a great documentary, but also for anyone who is into guerrilla history and anti-colonial history. 8/10

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Scott

As far as I can tell, this is the first time in the history of cinema that a documentary has ever been made by two directors (though that doesn't mean it's the first time). The director of this documentary, Geraldo C. Ribeiro, is a Brazilian who has made a number of movies in his short career. He was a very young man when this documentary was made. He has since become a well known documentary director in his own country. His first movie was released in 1993 in Rio de Janeiro. It is called "Resurrection" and it was also released in Italy and England. In this movie, Geraldo says that he did not know how much money his movie was making at the time. After seeing his movies, he had become a very wealthy man. In one of his films, he was supposed to be an actor but he was not able to convince the people that he was an actor. He was making a documentary about him and the people who were involved in his movies. It is a very well made movie and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning about the life of Geraldo Ribeiro. I also recommend it to those who have seen his other films. I have never seen another documentary made by him before but it's a very good one. My vote is eight. Title (Brazil): "Purgacao" ("Public Spectacle")

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Sandra

I don't know what to think of this film. A small girl is kidnapped by a group of teenage sex-lovers. The mother, who tries to hide the horror, has an affair with the kidnapper's father. All three people have to make a decision on what to do about their child. The film is very graphic. It's not really a film about the kidnapping but a film about the kids who are affected by it. It is shocking and it's very unpleasant. It's also one of the most disgusting films I've seen.

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Kathryn W.

This is one of those documentaries that you can watch for the sheer joy of discovering a collection of extraordinary, unique and sometimes rather disturbing images. The people that have contributed to the project are quite good and the film is well edited and edited well. It is a testimony to the fact that there is no one-dimensional idea that can be given to a group of people. This is something that should be studied more than once. The images that you see are some of the most disturbing that you will ever see and they are wonderful in that way. I would also like to say that I am a huge fan of Ed Zwick's work and this film does not disappoint in any way. The graphics are awesome and the narration is surprisingly effective. It really is a movie to be watched once and then you will never forget it.

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Ann

I'm not a person who enjoys wasting time watching documentaries and I don't like it when documentaries are of the "when the government says so-and-so and when the government says so-and-so" variety. However, after watching this documentary I didn't feel like wasting my time watching it. This documentary is a good look at the "Hacker" culture and the people who practice it. It's not about hackers per se, but how hacking is practiced in practice, what the community's attitudes are and why. The film is told in an unbiased way. It's not sensationalized and there isn't any agenda at all. The interviewees do a very good job at explaining the technology and the culture, they're not obnoxious or want to be mean. Some of the interviews are quite funny and interesting. I found the interviewees to be very professional and they did not make me feel like they were lying to me, I felt like they were giving me an unbiased look at this culture. Some of the interviews are not as well done, like the one with David Calhoun. The film is very fast-paced, and sometimes a bit too much information is given at once, but that's not a problem because it's done in a professional way. The quality of the interviews is really good and you can feel the passion they had for the subject matter. Overall, I'm really glad I watched this documentary, it's a great look at the "Hacker" culture and a great look at hacking. It's not the most amazing documentary I've ever seen, but it's a really interesting look at one of the most fascinating aspects of life and technology. 8/10

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Roger

I enjoyed this film very much. It makes you think about the problems in our society and shows us that it is not just a matter of personal problems, but that society is a problem in itself. In this film we see a man who has problems with his family, his job, his relationships, and also with his environment. The film shows us a man who is a leader, but it is clear that he is a great failure. This film is very interesting and full of emotions. I really recommend it to anyone who likes to think about their own lives and to anyone who likes to think about their world. I think this film is very important.

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Brandon Valdez

Tower of God (2005) was a documentary that aired on Discovery Channel on January 6, 2005. The movie is a piece of art that showcases the human-interest story of a group of Mexicans who were betrayed by the government of Mexico City in the 1970s. The film is excellent and insightful. It is one of those documentaries that is hard to take seriously because it does not give the audience a clear picture of what the true story of the betrayal is. However, the film itself is an excellent documentary and certainly worth watching.

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Bobby Thomas

Director Mario Bava has found a way to make a film that is both entertaining and critical of the Fascist Party. This film is basically about the atrocities committed by the Nazis during the Spanish Civil War. The film has excellent production values and is well shot. However, the film does not get anywhere in terms of narrative structure. The film takes forever to develop a clear narrative structure. The film is a lot more interested in showing how horrible the Fascist regime was, rather than giving a realistic account of what happened during the Civil War. The film is not really about the Spanish Civil War, and that is a huge reason why it does not work. The film is just a collection of pictures from the Fascist regime, and is not really about the Spanish Civil War. This film could have been much more effective had Bava focused on the Spanish Civil War, and not tried to do the same thing he did in this film. Overall, I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the Spanish Civil War.

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Jesse

Eduardo Sanchez has his own approach to documentary making. If you are interested in the Mexican revolution or the history of the era of imperialism, then you will like this film. There are two kinds of documentaries; those that are independent and those that are part of a documentary company. I prefer independent documentaries because they are unbiased and are not influenced by the producers. The production quality of this documentary is exceptional. The documentary team has a tremendous amount of knowledge about the history of the country. The cinematography is excellent. The people are excellent. There are many actors that can add to the movie. The effects are very good and I would have liked to see more of this kind of documentaries. If you are interested in the revolution or the history of the revolution in Mexico, I would recommend this documentary.

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Jeffrey F.

The film "Aguirre, or the Wrath of God" is a documentary that is narrated by the director and the lead actor in the film, Alejandro Jodorowsky, who died in 1994. The film was filmed in Chile, Argentina and Uruguay, and is the sequel to the 1988 film "Aguirre" and is set in the 1930's. The film is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time, mainly because of the cinematography. You can tell the film was filmed with a hand-held camera, because it is so beautiful. The film is also well edited, and I never felt I was watching a documentary, but rather a movie. I think this film is a must-see for anyone interested in cinema. The film is about a journalist who goes to Argentina to investigate the religious persecution and murder of the priest and people in the nearby town of Añejeros. The journalist, Alejandro Jodorowsky, gets involved in investigating the events and finds that there is much more to the events than meets the eye. I think the film is very powerful and emotional, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in cinema. The film was filmed in a series of short videos, but most of them are now available on DVD, including the two I just mentioned. The film is narrated by the director and the lead actor in the film, Alejandro Jodorowsky.

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Edward C.

From the opening sequence, which brings you right in the middle of the action, to the closing scene which manages to encapsulate the whole film with its final moments, this documentary is a must for anyone who has a love for Latin American cinema. With a level of passion which is unmatched, the director of the documentary, Juan Carlos Vazquez, makes us wonder if this film was made by a committee or just by a man who has a passion for his subject. The film was made with the support of the Los Angeles Regional Committee of the International Association of Film Critics and the National Board of Review, in their effort to promote the quality of Latin American cinema to the rest of the world. The resulting film is a mixture of news footage, interviews and interviews with actors and directors of the cinema from all over Latin America. It is a film that will make you want to see more of Latin American cinema. This is an important documentary which will leave you impressed, curious and enthusiastic. "I come from a cinema family. I have always had the passion to discover the films of the world's great artists. The film is the vehicle for my passion. The cinema is my first love and the film is my passion. It is my life and I would not be what I am without it." - Juan Carlos Vazquez

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Alexander

I saw this film last night and thought it was a great film. It shows how a young mother from Mexico is coming to the USA to see her daughter, who is not speaking English, who is living with her mother who is not able to speak English. The mother is coming to help her daughter who is now a freshman in college. The mother is an immigrant and is helping her daughter to adjust to life in the USA. I thought that it was really good and really good to see such a great film about a mother helping her daughter. I think it shows the kind of man that I am and that I want to be. I think it is really great to see a film like this and I think that all of you should see this film. I am really proud of the director of this film and of the mother of the mother who is helping her daughter to adjust to life in America.

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Alexander

I saw this documentary at a festival, in Vancouver. The film is entertaining and worth seeing. It is made up of interviews with some of the most respected scientists and academics in the world. They talk about how their work is used to support their new understanding of climate change. The questions they ask are not always very convincing. The documentary covers many scientific topics and is fairly thorough, but there are a few other issues that are brought up that I found distracting. For example, there are a few topics that seem to have been edited out, such as the impact of climate change on plants and animals. These are important topics to discuss, but the presentation here seems to focus on these effects. Overall, it was a good documentary, but it is too detailed to be the kind of thing you watch over and over again. It is one of those documentaries that is recommended for people who want to learn more about the climate change issue.

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Alan O.

I haven't heard much about this film since it's release. However, I found it to be a fascinating and entertaining film. I've never really been a fan of documentaries and the ones I have seen are usually boring and too long, but this one is pretty unique and a lot of fun. I found myself wondering where I was and what I was doing in certain parts of the film and what the plot was all about. The story takes place in a strange, mystical and strange town called Agora where all the people are strange, strange and strange. The director (who is probably not a good person) is trying to tell the audience a story about the nature of our world and what it is like to live in it. The man behind the camera is Kym Rodin and he is absolutely amazing, so much so that I really like his work and think it is very creative and unique. If you have the opportunity to see this film, do so. You won't regret it.

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Sean

It's a documentary and you will enjoy it as much as I did. There are some more historical facts and you can get some of the perspective of what happened when and why. I personally think it's a good documentary and the way they got it is excellent. They have a lot of info on the subject and it's very well done. I also thought it was very interesting to hear a lot of music from that period of time in the war. You can really get into it if you listen to the music. It really gives you an understanding of what they had to go through. I know a lot of people have already commented on the documentary being biased but it's not. You have to consider that they just had to do it. They didn't have to do it to get the results they got and it's not like they were looking for a specific angle on the war. The fact that they got all these great performances in the documentary shows how good they were in getting the information to present to the world. I can't really say anything about the music. I saw a trailer for it but it's not really available. I'm not sure if it's available on DVD. There is a great deal of music and it's one of the best documentaries I have seen. It's a shame that it's only available in Spanish because the Spanish version is very good. I know the DVD is coming out soon. I hope it comes out because I think it deserves it.