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Las herederas

Las herederas is a movie starring Ana Brun, Margarita Irun, and Ana Ivanova. Chela and Chiquita are both descended from wealthy families in Asunción and have been together for over 30 years. But recently, their financial situation...

Other Titles
Arvingene, Les héritières, Ha'yorshot, Chelas arv, The Heiresses, Die Erbinnen, Dziedziczki, 相続人, Naslednice, Mostenitoarele, Οι κληρονόμοι, Le ereditiere, Mirasçılar, Las Herederas, As Herdeiras
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama
Director
Marcelo Martinessi
Writer
Marcelo Martinessi
Actors
Margarita Irun, Nilda Gonzalez, Ana Brun, Ana Ivanova
Country
Paraguay, Italy, Germany, France, Uruguay, Norway, Brazil
Year
2018
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Chela and Chiquita are both descended from wealthy families in Asunción and have been together for over 30 years. But recently, their financial situation has worsened and they begin selling off their inherited possessions. But when their debts lead to Chiquita being imprisoned on fraud charges, Chela is forced to face a new reality. Driving for the first time in years, she begins to provide a local taxi service to a group of elderly wealthy ladies. As Chela settles into her new life, she encounters the much younger Angy, forging a fresh and invigorating new connection. Chela finally begins to break out of her shell and engage with the world, embarking on her own personal, intimate revolution.

Comments about drama «Las herederas» (23)

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Theresa

Wow, this movie has it all: The main character, a baby-faced, 20-year old girl from Brazil. The violence, the sex, the life. This is a film that shows how different people are in different places and how they cope with them. Brazil is a country divided in a huge territory. The main characters, the protagonist and her friends, are the ones in the center of the conflict. They are the ones who get caught up in the whole mess. They are in a certain zone where the violence is normal and the people don't care about the others. They don't want to leave and they don't know how to do it. But, they do it. They get out of the zone, even though they know the consequences. This is a film that shows us that sometimes, people do crazy things, even though they know that it's wrong. It shows us that there are many "good" and "bad" people, and that they sometimes have to fight against each other. There is also a feeling that we can't always judge others. Some people think that everyone should be judged by themselves. There is a feeling that you can be anything and that others are just there to support you. It is a very powerful movie that can be interesting for adults and children. Some parts are so violent that it can be a little disturbing for children. The violence is real and the actors are really good. You have to watch the movie and learn from it.

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Crystal L.

Argentine director Dali is known for his crazy and surreal visions, for his use of light in his works and his often complex and mysterious stories. "Exodus: Gods and Kings" is the third of his surrealist film-works, and among them "Abraxas", "The Donjon" and "La Sangre de las Milenios" are among the most influential. The film was actually composed in a room of the director and the same room was used for the film as a whole. The images are colourful and there is some amazing cinematography. The story is very unusual, but the characters are quite well developed. The story is about the life of a soldier (Jean-Louis Trintignant) in the 20th century. He is a noble in the Spanish civil war and because of the battle he dies and becomes a statue, where he is among other noblemen. Later, he escapes to America and dies in Mexico. The events that take place are very interesting. The way of the actor and the cinematography are the key elements in making a movie, and Dali is one of the great directors. But it is the great cinematography that makes "Exodus: Gods and Kings" great. The film is visually stimulating, sometimes surreal, but with a good plot. The best example of this is the use of light and its effects. Dali uses several means to make the scene. The production design is very good and the special effects are also very good. The music and the actors are also very good. However, the greatest element of this film is the very deep and interesting story. The story is so deep and unusual that it is almost impossible to explain. It is the story of a hero who, even though he has suffered a lot, still has a strong will to fight for his country. The sense of a hero in this film is very good. His strength is not just his might, but his will. His strength is based on the will to fight for his country, which is the very reason for the civil war. The character of Trintignant is also interesting. His character is very complex and if you see it through the eyes of a student of cinema, his character is also very unusual and even on the edge of madness. The movie is excellent, but it is the story that makes this film great.

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Larry Estrada

A veteran of the Las Vegas show, John Ottway is also an expert on the intricacies of Las Vegas. In 'A Town Like Las Vegas', Ottway explains that there are two different kinds of Las Vegas; the Las Vegas of your imagination and the Las Vegas that exists now, and in this film, he presents that idea with stunning clarity. Ottway was a journalist for the Las Vegas Review-Journal during the late 60s and early 70s. He had a keen eye for photography and was one of the most accurate sources on Las Vegas. This film shows his most vivid, most intimate vision of Las Vegas - its highs and its lows - and the atmosphere that defines it. He shows us the lustful, jovial and often profane, often chaotic, Las Vegas of his memory, and it is a powerful film, and one that I think you'll agree with - a great, vital and insightful piece of work.

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Edward

I've always been a fan of Alejandro Amenabar's films. In "Memento" I was able to get a better understanding of how a man changes from day to day. As for "Narcos", I can't compare it to "Memento" in terms of depth. It is still a great film and I would recommend it to anyone who doesn't mind a little bit of gore and some profanity. I definitely recommend it. I rate it 8.5/10.

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Benjamin Pena

This movie has a few things in common with a movie I saw recently: I believe it was 'La La Land'. But 'The Witch' has more profound things to say about life, like the title character. The main plot of the film is about a woman who is very close to death and goes to the church to ask forgiveness for her sins. Although the story line is very simple and straight forward, the movie is full of interesting details. It shows the lives of a young girl who is possessed by an evil witch, who wants to see the world in the dark. The main question of the film is about the validity of the devil. I think this is important because people don't understand that God does not exist. The girl is a very precious and intelligent person and when she meets the devil, it's clear that the devil does not believe in God. But this may be the most important question of the movie: the premise that there is a God and a devil. When I have this feeling of doubt and confusion, I think I might as well throw a rock at the screen and ask for an explanation. If you agree with this, you will love the movie.

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Victoria H.

The director was Roger Spottiswoode, who was born and raised in North Carolina. He would later live in Virginia. His first film was a somewhat difficult time for the American film industry. His father died before Spottiswoode was old enough to do film school, and he had to start filming and shooting short films to support his family. He would get his own film school, and his films would go on to win the grand prize at the American Film Institute's prestigious festival. It was then that he graduated with honors. Then his first film, "Hotel Rwanda", was made, and was recognized by the Academy Award. Since then, he has made many films, but he has always been one of the most successful. Here, he is more of a filmmaker, and this film is very good. It's about two boys, one a boy, the other a boy with cerebral palsy, who are playing soccer in a room where the other boys also play. One boy, as a youth, went to an all-boys school, but after the school opened, it became known that the school had more boys than girls. A girl was brought in, but was more of a scholar than a playmate. She wanted to become a scholar, but could never do it. She didn't like girls. One day, one of the boys is walking through the building, and gets a briefcase. He opens the briefcase, and finds a large amount of money. Then he gives it to his friend, who was in the room at the time. He then returns the money to his friend. The next day, the boy returns to the room and asks for more money. He gets the money, but he gets only the money that he asked for. The boys play the game, and the game is intense. The one boy gets a hit, and the one boy loses. The boys go back to the room, and play more, until they can get the money back. There is much more going on in this film than one might expect. This film is about friendships, love, and the inner struggle of a person to overcome his or her disability. It is interesting that the entire story was based on the feelings of one person, because this is a very powerful story.

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Gary

Nigeria has been an unlikely place for a cinematic adaptation of Thomas Hardy's novel. Director Omar Faris has followed up a successful debut with the underrated "When We Were Kings". This time around, we are set in the the middle of a famine, with no food in sight, forcing many to dig into the rubble of their own homes to find food. The plot of "The Blind Side" is also a bit of a different proposition from the other two, as it focuses more on the mother and daughter relationship between Lola and her sister Cade. The film actually focuses on the most interesting aspect of the book: the way Lola goes from being a spoiled brat to caring for a dying man. In doing so, we get to see the story from a different perspective. We get to see the problems that arise between Lola and her sister, and the death of her mother. The film also sets up the flashback scenes which are really important to the plot. The script is also well done. The editing is also quite good, as well as the choice of music. There are some really beautiful shots throughout the film, which help bring the storyline to life. The actors are all good in their roles, and the supporting cast adds a lot of emotion to the film. The direction is also very good. As usual, the cinematography and score help to take the viewer into the movie. The cinematography is just perfect. It captures the desolate locations and dark moods of the country. The score by Alexander Rooks is also fitting for the mood of the movie. Overall, "The Blind Side" is a beautiful movie. It does a great job of giving us a look at the life of a girl who is hungry for love. It also gives us a look at a world that many of us can relate to, and shows us that not all hardships are caused by the poor. The movie is a bit on the long side, but the acting is excellent and the film flows well.

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Sean H.

If you love international films, I strongly suggest that you see this. It is so much more than that, and is really one of the best of its type. The film takes place in Lisbon, the capital of Portugal. It is set in the first half of the 21st century. There are three stories within this film. The first is set in the cold winter of 1984. Two working class friends, Jose and Francisco, who are from the same family, move to the city and soon are hit by the cold and isolation. They are cut off from the outside world. They eventually meet an old friend of their family, who is dying. The friend is a drug addict, but as he starts to recover, Jose and Francisco find a greater meaning in their lives. The second story concerns the middle-class families, who are members of the Portuguese middle class. In one, they have moved to Lisbon. In the other, they are broke, and are living in a mansion that is the last place they want to be. The third story is set in a street in Lisbon. It is about a woman who is doing a job for the police and must do it illegally. When she becomes a member of a street gang, she is forced to face her past. It is a very powerful story. The acting in the film is very good. The main character, who is very beautiful, is a very convincing actress. In the second story, the two main characters, Francisco and Jose, are very convincing, and are very powerful. The third story, about a drug addict in the street, is very powerful, and is very powerful acting. All in all, this is a very powerful film. It is very slow at times, but it never drags. It is also very beautiful, and powerful. It has a lot of information about Portugal and Portuguese life, and I strongly recommend it.

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Henry W.

If there was a word for this movie, it would be "unique." There are no clear protagonists and the story is told from multiple points of view. The sole protagonist is Celia. She is a trained pilot who is married to a police officer, and is a single mother and a lawyer. She is struggling to survive with a boss who wants to make her retire. Her boss and a military officer give her a set of nine keys to her world. The key is a purple shell, a symbol for her. The bosses take her home, and Celia accidentally gets into a game of cat and mouse with the boss. The end is tragic. I found this to be more of a dramatic or emotional type of movie. Some movies are movies for the viewers to watch, but this is not one of them. I think that this movie would appeal to people who enjoy film history and detective stories. The movies are good, the acting good, and it is a story that can appeal to many different audiences.

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Janice H.

The film, which I have seen a few times and which I have liked to a degree, is very honest about what life was like in those days. This film tells about people that were born in the wrong time in the wrong place. They are forced to choose between being a farmer or a miner, but they all end up dying at the same time. People who were not born in a certain time in a certain place will find it hard to get a job. So, this film is honest about the situation. Some people don't get jobs and they have to keep going through unemployment, and they all end up dying at the same time. This is not a documentary about farmers and miners, because people like those people are not mentioned in the film, they are just things that happened in the past, and you know that not everyone will be in a better position than those who lived in the 20th century. But it is not a documentary about the man who made a film about a miner's strike. It is more of a history of the mine's problems and some other kind of history. This is a great film that you will remember for a long time.

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Eric

This is a very rare breed. The three (good) protagonists are very different, but are all well played, with two of them being better than the rest. But it is the way in which this trio come together that makes this movie so great. To start, each one is on the run from a different secret society - each one in turn chasing them through the wilderness. The idea of these three being chased by different men for a reason that is not obvious at first sight is brilliant, and all three are keen to find out what that reason is. The quality of the acting is all around excellent, the performances from the three of them are superb. The camerawork is brilliant and I loved the slow motion shots of the three when they are escaping. A fascinating and interesting take on the film noir genre, I think this is going to become a classic. An amazing movie, highly recommended.

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Evelyn P.

I found it very difficult to get into this movie. For a movie that is rated 7.3 on IMDb, I expected something more intelligent than it actually was. I do not understand the high rating. I really do not. I understand the low rating. And the fact that the film is highly rated is not due to the movie but the way the people rated it. It seems to me that all of the film critics are all obsessed with the ending and were overlooking the rest of the movie. It seems that all the people who rated it below a 6.0 simply did not know what they were looking for. They may have thought it was a documentary. I found myself thinking this was a good movie. I found it to be a good movie. But not a great movie. That is not a surprise. There are some really good movies out there. They just do not get the credit they deserve. This is one of them. It was very subtle and excellent acting. I don't know how else to put it. I found myself thinking about it a lot.

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Jesse Ross

Celeste is a single mother, her youngest son suffering from a nervous breakdown. She has been plagued by the pressures of her job, her husband dead, and her only son the only child. Celeste falls for an older friend, he is running a black market in gift shops. Celeste invites the friend to join her, however things take a turn for the worse, she thinks she has been bitten by a cockroach, and she has a terrible vision of the cockroach on the road. Celeste becomes obsessed with the notion that the cockroach is a alien, and through various means, including conversation with the dead friend, she hears its transmission and discovers that the alien is on the loose, and from that point on, Celeste becomes an obsessed target, the alien is hunted by every person that the one man has tried to get rid of, it becomes a battle between Celeste and the alien. So far so good. I'm a real fan of Kieslowski's work, I'm a big fan of his films, and this film I didn't care for either. The story is good, but it's all based on the idea that the alien is after Celeste's husband. If this alien really wanted to be Celeste, why isn't it after her husband, they are the same person, so why is it so obsessed with her, the female role in the film is made up by the male who is obsessed with Celeste. But the most I can say about this film is that the whole film is made up of a lot of people talking, but not really engaging each other, the dialog is so mechanical and not engaging, and there is no story. The story is not engaging, there is no interaction between people. In fact, it's more like a bunch of people talking, and talking a lot, it's as if there was no purpose for the film to have people talking, because there isn't any. This film is fine, the production value is good, and the performances are great. This is a film to watch once, it's worth the time to watch it, but don't look for a lot of content out of it.

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Peter Obrien

The first is, I suppose, that it is a question of where the point is. And to me, that was the only important factor. That is, of course, if the point is the value of the story. Some of the others may criticize this, and think I am being too un-sensitive or too very critical. But I am not. And they are missing the point. I think that is the point, and that is the point that keeps moving forward. And I'm not sure that I am being critical enough. This is a good movie. I see why some people do not like it. They are just missing the point. The point is that this movie is, if not good, certainly a very good movie. Good is very good in a movie. But I think that if you do not understand this, if you do not know the point, you will find it a real disappointment. And in that case you are probably to much interested in the movie. And you will be disappointed. So you need to see the movie before you can know what it is like. For that you need to know the point.

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Willie Stanley

Like the movie, this film is a little gem of a film. It is a touching love story between a man and his sister. When the younger brother starts having a problem with the other sibling, the older brother takes matters into his own hands and tries to convince his brother to get help. I have watched this film so many times and never get tired of it. It is so beautiful and so touching. It reminds me of the movie, Before Sunset and the film, Million Dollar Baby. Both are great films. I recommend you watch this movie. The ending of the movie is heartbreaking and makes you feel like you are part of the film. The movie, The Blue Lagoon, is the best film ever made.

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Lori G.

I'm a big fan of all Spanish filmmakers and I think that Sergio Martino is among the top. I've seen this film and I can't believe that I'm still doing that I'm not even 27. It's the best film I have ever seen. I recommend it to anyone who has an open mind and a sense of humor. Everything is seen in a new way. It's surreal. And it has an absolutely perfect sense of humor. I'm just amazed that this film has been rated so poorly. In my opinion it's the best film of all time. I wish I could have been able to see this movie in the theater. The only thing I regret is that I don't have the DVD yet. It was like I couldn't take it home. It's too good to see. Maybe it would have been better if I could have seen it in the theaters. The film is a must see.

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Raymond

The movie The Descent is an uncompromisingly stunning visual adventure. For the first hour it almost goes on without interruption and is a beautifully shot thriller. I absolutely love these films which have what can only be described as a lack of dialogue. I'm not so fond of that however, but The Descent manages to be powerful even when the script is very weak. I do have some gripes, however. The majority of the cast doesn't look any older than 20-25. Even though the scenes in the cave are shot extremely well, I'm a big fan of the 80's aesthetic and feel that this is an unnatural place to show a movie's age. On a second viewing I think that was just a little detail that added nothing to the overall impression of the movie. There are so many great scenes in The Descent, but it does feel a little underwhelming when I watch it again. I'm glad to see the director did this, because it shows a lot of confidence in his directorial skills. The Descent is a visual masterpiece and it deserves more acclaim.

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Beverly Castillo

I want to say that I really enjoyed this movie, but the story is not very realistic. It is about a woman who is pregnant and then goes on a trip to the big city to give birth to her baby. She travels in a large transport truck to her hospital in Mexico. When she gets there she finds out that her baby has died, and she is in a serious dilemma as to whether to carry the baby to term or not. So she does what she thinks is the right thing, but she is not really sure of it. She is then sent to her city and meets up with her husband who says that she should stay there as the baby was his. He then proceeds to show her how to do a pregnancy test. She has to go through some really scary scenes in a truck full of children. It is really not that realistic. The actors in this movie do a really good job, but this movie is not really a family movie.

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Deborah G.

This film is definitely worth checking out, it really is. It starts with a man who wakes up in a prison cell, and he is not alone. The narrative follows this man as he slowly gets caught up in the story of a whole new gang of dangerous criminals, and the terrible murders that have taken place, and the detectives who try to catch them. It is fascinating to see how this man copes with the crimes he has committed and who he becomes. It is a really well crafted film. There are a few scenes where I was thinking that the film would be pretty dull and uneventful. But no, the narrative keeps moving. I think the reason for the movie's style is the art direction and the camera work. The art direction is superb, it captures a range of tones and scenes to create a very vivid world. The camera moves in a way that allows you to watch the scenes with the characters, it is almost like a dream, and it is sometimes very disturbing. The cinematography is a perfect blend of genres and styles, each shot is carefully selected and seamlessly blended together. I could not believe that the cinematography was done by the same team that worked on the Alien films. The camera work is very creative, and the way the scenes are shot allows for the unique camera angles to be used. The characters are all incredibly well acted, and their performances are well thought out. The acting is excellent, and you almost feel for the characters and get a real feel for what the characters are going through. Each actor seems to be focused, they are very real and complete their roles. The most striking thing about the characters is how well they have been crafted, they seem like they were created by someone who really understood what it was like to be a street kid, and the characters are very much drawn from people we see in real life, and really portrays a range of emotions. The sound design is good, as well. Overall, the direction is awesome, and the way the film is set up and filmed is fantastic, with some really bold moves to the storytelling. This is a really well thought out film. 8.5/10

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Janet B.

I've seen this film about five times. I always like the ending. I love it because it is so original. The movie is a story about two brothers, one who is a rich and powerful businessman, the other a street kid. The way they meet is so hard to explain, but I always think about it when they go to the supermarket or the gym or the station. It is a love story. It is very much like "Carmen," but I love it more because I am a Latin girl. The main theme is that what matters is love. And how things are important is so important. And we should do our best to have good relationships. It is not only about money. So if you want to see a good movie with a good message, see "A Christmas Story."

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Elizabeth G.

This movie was so refreshing. It has such good stories but it is not a comedy and it is not a drama. It is an Italian film about a couple who reunite for 5 years after 15 years. The director Lamberto Bava is the winner of the Best Director Oscar for this movie. My rating for this movie is 8. It was a very good movie and I recommend it to anyone. It is a movie that everyone can watch it.

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Olivia

I've seen this movie a lot more than ten times now. I've been overwhelmed with the number of messages that I've been able to receive. I found out that the movie has been made by a native of Oaxaca (that's in Mexico) and, of course, he speaks many languages besides Spanish. I thought that the acting was superb. The movie is dark. It is very, very dark. This is not a movie that you could really enjoy. But that doesn't matter because it's well done and very well done. It's a movie that you would expect to see at the theater because you can see it in a theater, but you can also watch it on TV or DVD. It's very well done. I give this movie a rating of 7 out of 10. It's one of the best Mexican movies I've seen. I recommend it to anyone who wants to see a great movie, especially a good Mexican movie.

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Gregory Morris

Cinematic magnum opus, but a very tough film to sit through. However, it is not to be missed by the attentive viewer. It is a hard slog, at times tense and intensely disturbing. Yet a dark, challenging cinematic experience. A film about the inhumanity of human violence, as told by the voice of a woman. I found it very difficult to sit through. There is a sense of slow, black agony and pain. But a long way from the orgasmic and gratuitous gore of a Quentin Tarantino film. There is an underlying tension between despair and hope. But not in a joyful way. Instead, it is a powerful statement about human depravity and racism, as a woman explains to us why she kills. Then there is the heart-wrenching feeling of hope that the person we see through the eyeglasses, is really a person, despite what we see. I found it hard to connect with her because she, like most of us, is too damaged to relate to.