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Nada a Perder

Nada a Perder is a movie starring Petrônio Gontijo, Day Mesquita, and Beth Goulart. Self-financed fictional biopic of Brazilian bishop Edir Macedo, founder of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God and owner of Record TV network.

Other Titles
Nada que perder 2, Nada que perder, Nada a Perder 2, Nada a Perder - Contra Tudo. Por Todos., Nic do stracenia, Rien à perdre, Nothing to Lose, Nada Que Perder
Running Time
2 hours 14 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Biography
Director
Alexandre Avancini
Writer
Stephen P. Lindsey, Emílio Boechat, Douglas Tavolaro, Edir Macedo
Actors
Dalton Vigh, Day Mesquita, Petrônio Gontijo, Beth Goulart
Country
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

Self-financed fictional biopic of Brazilian bishop Edir Macedo, founder of the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God and owner of Record TV network.

Comments about drama «Nada a Perder» (16)

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Ethan Moore

The Making Of "Nada a Perder" was presented to me by the legendary director Wolfgang Petersen at the Directors Guild of America in New York City. As I'm not a film critic, I will not reveal the ending of the film. However, I did read his description of the making of the film, and it was quite interesting. I really do appreciate this film, and I do recommend it to all fans of Willem Dafoe. For me, the greatest contribution of this film to my life was my interest in sociology, and in Dafoe's character, Norman, the first of the 'Naturist' animals, who becomes interested in this world as an adult. Dafoe's character Norman is of course a type of Englishman, a gentleman. I do think, though, that he is a superior to other Englishmen. I also think that he is intelligent, but the film is about his interest in the Naturist world, and the strange way in which he relates to it. I do believe that the director, although he has made many films, has made this one the best of all his films. For me, it's about his character, his interest, his sensitivity, his realism, and his realism. I've loved Dafoe's films for many years, and I was extremely impressed by the film. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a thoughtful, human story. Dafoe's performance is excellent, and he is one of the best actors around today. To me, the film is the best of all of his films. It's interesting and I will continue to watch it.

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Gary Carlson

At the beginning of the film you can't help but feel disappointed. The beginning was too slow, not really connected to the story, and the beginning felt like a prologue. The ending, however, made me happy. The ending made me think about the story and made me want to see the rest of the film. The acting is amazing, and the direction is amazing. This is a movie that I'll definitely watch again.

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Madison Garza

Very rare are films which affect us emotionally in an important way. This is a film that will probably touch you in one way or another. The film focuses on the relationship between an unemployed person and his family. The story takes us from the very beginning to the very end. There are many good things about this film. The acting is excellent and the story is true to life. The film portrays a very important point, that many people, even the best of us, are not able to cope with the fact that our circumstances are not always what we expect. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to understand the meaning of life.

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Lisa Perez

The top-billed title for this Indonesian-produced film suggests a thriller but what's really going on here is more of a social/political drama. What are these people doing in a jail and why do they keep going back to it? What happens when you're there? How do you get out? And why do you want to? What's the point of this? It seems like a documentary but it's really not. The director wants to get you to sympathize with the inmates and sympathize with the warden. His style is more stylized than other Indonesian films I've seen, especially his last film, "Asoa." He wants to use the camera, using flashlights and a bright yellow background. But even when he uses the camera, it's often in a short sequence of shots, with no music. You don't really see any action or a story unfold. You're never really able to focus on anything except the main characters. So it feels like a documentary, except the characters are mostly in it, and there's not much else going on. There are a few nice moments, like when the prisoners are playing tennis, but that's it. There's also a couple of poignant scenes with prisoners with hearing loss. There are also some really sad moments, like when one of the prisoners is unable to eat or drink, and when one of them gets injured when he gets beat up by his fellow prisoners. But it's really hard to feel for these characters and root for them. There's also a subplot involving a married couple who want to find out more about their family. They both have children and have trouble seeing their kids, and it's hard to see how they're doing at the end. I'm sure I've missed a lot here. The acting is quite good, especially the women, and the film has some pretty strong themes, like family, unity, and the limits of freedom. It's a pretty interesting film and it's worth a look, but it's definitely not a great film.

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Melissa S.

I had been looking forward to this film for quite some time. It had its premiere at the Canadian International Film Festival in Vancouver, and the time came to see it. I thought it was very well done. The plot is very simple and keeps you interested throughout the film. I think the script was done extremely well, as it allows the audience to really feel for the characters. The acting was great as well, especially by the two leads, and the film really stays true to the story. I think that there is so much potential in this film, and I think that it could be the one to make a name for yourself and make you a star. It is a well written story, with great acting, great direction, and the story of a boy growing up in poverty in a poor community. It's about time that a film such as this gets made, and I hope that this is a sign of things to come.

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Kimberly

I am a child of the 60's, a highly idealistic teen in a radically segregated school and was not only part of the Black Power movement in NYC during the 60's, but also saw firsthand how difficult it was to have a young black man come into contact with the police. The movie does a good job of showing how difficult it was to have a black boy have a "normal" life, but there is nothing really remarkable about this movie. It is based on a true story about a very important time in the lives of young black boys in the 60's. I remember I was getting pretty excited about seeing this film, as I am a fan of Oscar Isaac and I loved his performance in "The Fighter". This movie is a good look at the working conditions of teachers in the 60's. I don't think it is too bad, but it does not really shine light on the time period and school issues. I think the "character development" is what makes this film good, as there are some strong performances, but I do think the lack of more depth about this time period makes the movie a little slow moving.

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Arthur

Saw this film at the 2001 Toronto International Film Festival and have to say I am not really surprised at all. This is a movie about a man who is just the opposite of the "American Dream", and how this affects his family. Despite a very real scene in which he accidentally kills his brother's dog and is left for dead, this is not an action-packed movie, though it does have a few moments of violence. It is a coming of age movie, and the father is more of a mother figure than a father, and has a very strong relationship with his son. He is far from perfect, but manages to show a lot of love and care for his son. This is a movie that people of all ages will enjoy, but a good part of it was aimed at a younger audience, probably not a lot older than this movie was released. Overall, this movie is well-done and is one of the better coming-of-age movies made in the past few years. I would recommend seeing it at the festival.

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Nathan

I'm not sure why this movie got such a bad rating on IMDb, I mean it's a good movie, I like the acting and the acting of the main character. I saw the movie in the cinema in 2009, and I never even thought about seeing it. But I've recently seen it again on a DVD and I must say I was very impressed with the movie. It's one of those movies that I really like and I recommend it to all my friends, but I must say that the story is pretty cliche and the ending is rather predictable. I found it to be a very good movie, but it's not for everyone, so watch it only if you're not looking for something really spectacular.

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Robert Bailey

A bold, thought provoking and well written movie, with very well executed performances by everyone. I loved it, and the ending makes you wish you were in the room with the people in it. There's a bit of a cliched feeling that this is not going to get a theatrical release in the US, but in a few years it will. I saw it in Toronto, and the audience clapped and cheered throughout. I'm curious to see it again at the cinema, but the wait is worth it.

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Kathleen

Saw this movie on the big screen a few days ago and I think I'm going to watch it again sometime soon. It's a funny and well-made movie. Very original, with an interesting premise and an outstanding cast. Some of the actors are at the height of their careers. See it and you will be glad you did.

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Joe

This movie was released as an Indian-made movie and I don't understand why. I was surprised because it's an Indian movie. The movie was directed by Abhijit Nandan and he's not an ordinary director. He's known for giving us Hindi-films that are different from other Hindi-films. The movie is set in 1969, so this was a very good year to make a Hindi-film. Abhijit Nandan has given us a movie that is very intelligent and very interesting. It's an inside look at an old jail. The story starts when a convict, with a beautiful woman as a captive, is brought in to the prison and the story begins. The story moves to the years that followed when we see how the convict was kept in the prison and the woman he was in love with. He's not just a prisoner, he's an enemy. There's a lot of action. The story moves to the years after that and it shows how he fought for his freedom and how he became an Indian. The movie was very well made. The camera work was very good. The direction is very good. The music was good too. I give it a 9/10.

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Karen Lane

I have seen the movie a number of times and I am still interested in it. I've learned about the human condition through this movie. I think it is very realistic. It is a story about friendship and love, and the bonds of family and friends. It is a story about survival. The movie is about survival and the strength that one can have. I liked the little girl's character because she was a brave and very strong girl. I liked how she knew that she would not be able to leave her friends because her father would not let her go. This is what I liked about this movie, that you can see how strong and how much strength people have. I think this movie is very realistic. I would like to see it again.

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Christian

This movie was surprisingly good. I like the original, but I didn't really know what to expect. I had seen the original version, and thought it was interesting. I've seen some reviews that weren't very flattering, and I didn't really expect to like it. I think the movie's atmosphere and overall look was very good. The characters were well-acted. And I liked how they changed the ending of the original. The movie was very interesting, and I was very surprised at how interesting it was. It really was a very different movie. If you've seen the original, you will not be disappointed with this version. You can definitely expect some of the same dialogue, but it's different. It's not as good as the original, but I didn't really expect that. I have seen other reviews that are very negative about this movie, and I couldn't help but feel like they were on the same wavelength with what they were criticizing. The dialogue is better in this version, but I still think the original version was better. I think I would be happier if this movie was better, but it's not really that bad. I can't really find any major problems with this movie, and I think it's worth watching. The characters were well-acted, and the main character is very different from the original, which was a plus. This movie is also different, but I didn't really care for that. The main character is more interesting, but I liked the original, and I didn't think it was very good. So I recommend this movie.

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Tammy

This is one of the few films in my opinion that is a masterpiece, that is both beautiful to look at and just plain awesome. This movie is a must see for everyone, I don't understand why it has such a low rating. I don't know if it's because of its subject, it's very difficult to get a plot out of this. But the main point of this film is how beautiful it is. It's so great that I can't believe that it was made. I just can't get it out of my head, it's really hard to put it into words. But, if you're like me and you want to see something that is simply amazing then I recommend that you see this film.

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Mary H.

This is a very good film and is a wonderful follow-up to the 2009 film of the same title. But as a stand-alone film it's also quite good, with a great ensemble cast. I'm not sure why so many reviewers gave it a low score, because it's definitely not just a "black and white" story. It's a dark, complex story with many layers, many characters, many different points of view. And it's also very romantic. The ending is tragic, but it's also happy. If you like these kinds of movies, I recommend it.

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Vincent Carr

This film is based on the novel of the same name. It is about a Norwegian doctor who becomes involved in a chain of events that led to a brutal and ultimately successful operation. I will start by saying that this film is very different from the book. The book is a sort of legal thriller. It is sort of a drama that follows the lives of the doctors involved in the operation. The film is also very different from the book. It is a more realistic drama. The film is about the Norwegian doctor's life after the operation. It is about his wife, his daughter and his wife's parents. There are also some other people who also have a sort of background in the story that are very important in the story. The only thing that is not in the book is the mother who was also involved in the operation. This is not that important because I think it is enough to have the movie be about the doctor. The book is more like a drama. The film has a more realistic look. This is the reason why I rated the film a 9 instead of a 10. The film is not as good as the book. I do not recommend this film to anyone. This is not a film to watch if you want to see how a doctor goes through a operation. This is a film to watch if you want to see how a doctor goes through life after the operation. I think this is a film that will be of interest to people who want to know how a doctor reacts to the events of the operation. If you like to watch a movie about a doctor who goes through an operation, then I recommend that you watch this film.