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El botón de nácar

El botón de nácar is a movie starring Martín Calderón, Cristina, and Patricio Guzmán. Delving into the nearly-religious significance of water, this profound rumination on memory and loss bridges the gap between its mystical origins,...

Other Titles
La memoria dell'acqua, Le bouton de nacre, Pärlemorknappen, Perłowy guzik, Der Perlmuttknopf, A gyöngyház gomb, 真珠のボタン, The Pearl Button, The Peral Button: Vannets mysterium, Το μαργαριταρένιο κουμπί, Secretul nasturelui de sidef, O Botão de Pérola, O Botão de Nácar, Perlemorsknappen
Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Patricio Guzmán
Writer
Patricio Guzmán
Actors
Martín Calderón, Ema Malig, Cristina, Patricio Guzmán
Country
Chile, Switzerland, France, Spain
Year
2015
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

The ocean contains the history of all humanity. The sea holds all the voices of the earth and those that come from outer space. Water receives impetus from the stars and transmits it to living creatures. Water, the longest border in Chile, also holds the secret of two mysterious buttons which were found on its ocean floor. Chile, with its 2,670 miles of coastline and the largest archipelago in the world, presents a supernatural landscape. In it are volcanoes, mountains and glaciers. In it are the voices of the Patagonian Indigenous people, the first English sailors and also those of its political prisoners. Some say that water has memory. This film shows that it also has a voice.

Comments about documentary «El botón de nácar» (15)

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Debra B.

I just recently saw this film for the first time. I had not heard of it and was expecting a documentary about the drug trade. I was pleasantly surprised. It is a very interesting film that shows a wide variety of perspectives. I think it is very important that people realize that drugs are very much a part of Mexican society. They are very much part of the fabric of Mexican society. I think that this film will make people realize that drugs are a very important issue. I would recommend this film to anyone who has ever heard of drugs and wants to learn more about them.

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Alice S.

I found the documentary to be very interesting, but very controversial. On one hand, the film is very frank and honest, but on the other hand, it is very controversial, because it shows us the conditions in which young people are forced to live. It shows us the brutality that the drug cartels impose on the people of Colombia. It shows us the atrocities that the military forces commit against the people of Colombia. It shows us the cruelty of the Colombian government. It shows us how the Colombian government kills and abuses the people of Colombia, and in the end, it shows us that the Colombian government is the most corrupt government in the world. I think that the film has a good message, but it is controversial. It is a very important film that I recommend everyone to see.

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Stephanie

A film about the great Argentinean singer, Angelique (Pia Zadora), who is very close to the family of her parents. Pia Zadora was able to tell about the difficult situation of a woman who wanted to become a singer, and of her mother, who had to support her daughter and her brother. She wanted to be a singer, but had a great difficulty to get to the stage, so she was forced to go to the bar, and was always forced to sing in the background. The film had very interesting and beautiful scenes, such as the scene of the music of the piano. It was a very well made film. I recommend it to everyone.

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Marie

The film focuses on the relationship between Luis de la Torre and the Spanish government during the Spanish Civil War. The film is an amazing story of the life of a journalist who did all he could to be a part of the war effort. The film makes the argument that the Spanish government was in fact using the Spanish press as a tool to advance their own political goals. It also explores the tension between the government and the press. This film will touch the heart of any true fan of history, or just a fan of the Spanish Civil War. It is not for the faint hearted, and the last half of the film is very graphic and disturbing.

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Evelyn H.

This documentary is an excellent example of how film-making is becoming a more and more important tool to tell the truth. The film is very informative, with an excellent and insightful story of the struggle of the people of Venezuela, and the many events that brought them to this point. I'm particularly impressed with the way the film is edited, with scenes in one scene being followed by a scene in the next scene, which is interesting to watch. It's very easy to get lost in this film, but it's an important one to see, especially for those who are interested in this country and the way it has been through the crisis. I recommend it highly.

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Andrea B.

A very simple film, but a very powerful film. It is one of the most powerful documentaries ever made. It's about the war in Colombia, but it also is about the lives of the people who are affected by the conflict. The Colombian people are a fascinating people, and the film is about their story. It's not just about the conflict, it's about their struggle to survive and make a life for themselves. The film is very well made, and the viewer really gets involved in the story. The director, David Grossman, also did a wonderful job with the editing, and he also wrote a very powerful screenplay. The film is very powerful, but also very funny, because it really is a story about people, and the people's stories. It's an amazing documentary, and a very powerful film.

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Kenneth

I was pleasantly surprised to learn that this documentary was made on a shoestring budget. A great idea for a documentary, but the budget needed to be much higher. It is important to show the costs of raising a child and the sacrifices that are made by parents who have the right to their own child. The people interviewed were very passionate about their cause and clearly had a great sense of responsibility. I have been to South Africa and I can tell you that the people who were interviewed were not afraid to be out there on the streets with the protesters and the press. I would have never expected that the documentary would be as powerful as it is. It is a beautiful and inspiring film that has a powerful message. I hope that more documentaries on this subject will be made.

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Ryan

I saw this film when it was first released in 1974. The story of the struggle of the peasant family is touching. The camera-work, the acting, the cinematography are all top notch. The direction is top notch. The director has a lot of skills. The photography is very good. The music is very good. The story is a bit slow and there are times when the pace is a bit slow. But, this is a good documentary and the director has a lot of skills. I highly recommend this film. This is a must see.

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Julia M.

This film is a powerful, penetrating and intimate portrait of the lives of three sisters, and how they found themselves in a land of poverty, social and cultural injustice, war, and the absence of hope. The film is not a documentary, but rather a series of interviews with the sisters, and how they learned to survive in a land where they could not, and where they had to rely on the kindness of strangers. It is a very moving story, but the film also has an incredibly powerful message: that the sisters were born in poverty, and that their struggle to get out of it is the struggle of all of us. I highly recommend this film, and would encourage everyone to see it. It is a powerful and powerful film.

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William R.

A group of people go to the Amazon to explore the wildlife. In the process they discover a series of natural phenomena that they are unaware of. They discover a place where they will be able to feel and see the things that are not otherwise visible. The film is narrated by the lead character, and is mostly an introduction to the scientific approach. There is a lot of emphasis on the role of the human mind, and how it influences the natural world. The film focuses on a group of people from Brazil, who were involved in this expedition, and the nature they encounter. It is a nice film, with an excellent soundtrack. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in a trip to the Amazon.

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Louis Morales

The film is a mixture of interviews and a documentary. There is no easy way to get this information and the process is difficult to understand and understand. The people in the film do not speak Spanish and speak only in English, which is an awkward communication. So the information is not always easy to understand. There are also some people who don't speak English but speak in a very convincing way and I think that is a very interesting aspect of the film. But I think that the best way to understand the film is to read the book by Carlos Castaneda, which is very interesting and easy to understand. I am not sure that the film can be described in a more simple way, but it is a good documentary and I think that it will be interesting to see it again. I think that it is a very good film. There are many things that I don't understand, but I don't want to be rude. So I am not going to give you the answers and if you want to know more about the subject I suggest you to read the book.

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Kelly G.

In the early 70's, a group of anti-imperialist Cubans, together with a former American army officer, visited a Spanish military base in Cuba to record the activities of the Cuban government in the 1970's. The film is a fascinating look at the history of the Cuban revolution, the Cubans' struggle to overthrow the Batista dictatorship and the CIA's involvement in the revolution. While the film is based on a documentary, it is the history that is being recorded and the people that are shown. The film provides a glimpse into the Cuban revolution, showing the key players in the revolution, and also the CIA involvement in the revolution, which is very interesting. The film provides a good insight into the Cuban revolution and their struggle for freedom, and it also shows the changes in the US government that occurred after the revolution. The film is very interesting, and it provides a good insight into the Cuban revolution and the people that were involved in it.

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Philip

It is a little known fact that the film "Lara" is based on a real life case. The name of the case is "Los nieve" ("the child") and it is the story of a mother who lost her child in a fire and was also subjected to an extremely painful trial. The film is a documentary and it is very well made. I watched the film on the 26th of June in Paris, France, and I was very impressed. It was very hard to watch and I did not understand the language, but the film was very informative. It is a must see. In the beginning, I was a little bit surprised to see the film was filmed in English. I was very surprised and it made me think that this film was not filmed in Spanish. However, after watching it, I realized that this is not the case. The film was filmed in English, but the Spanish and Spanish subtitles were also used. I would recommend this film to everyone.

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Christopher

This is a very important documentary about the disastrous effects of the US invasion of Panama in 1989. The documentary is very interesting and very well done. The acting is great and the story is fascinating. It is also very emotional and I recommend it highly.

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Elizabeth S.

I was skeptical about the film. I thought it would be just another film about the drug war. I was wrong. The film was really powerful. It shows how the drug war has affected the lives of so many people. I also learned a lot about the people in the drug war. This is a must see. This is one of those films that you can watch over and over again.