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Despite Richard Pryor is an American symbol of comedy and vindication of civil and afroamerican rights, this a documetary about human kind itself. The story of Richard Pryor is a good journey through the soul of an extraordinary talent. Maybe the work of Marina Zenovich doesn't have the soul that you can wait to see in a work of Pryor.
Interesting movie, nice interpretations. Life and justice as they are! One can feel a little bit uncomfortable about how things go in the film, but, what else can we do! Movie is a good document to see how the world is.
I saw Christian Ulmen in the funny Männerherzen (2009). Maria... is the second film that I have the chance to see wiht this actor. And the result is good again. Not as good as in the Männerherzen movie, but with the touch of grace of the satisfactory interpretations. Lino Banfi gives another example of this, too.
This is a movie full of pretensions but with a very insubstantial argument. Father and son meet in a diner room a talk about what they are, what they were and how the become in what they become. All seems good, however, the film falls in an irremediable marasmus of ideas without a concrete proposal. Oh, just one: cloning.
This is a sad film about a former soldier of Burma regime and how he becomed in one of its most important oppossitors. In the lines, you can read the history of a humble people who has died without know what's going on with its country. Burma Soldier is a very interesting way to see it.