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Nossa Chape

NOSSA CHAPE tracks the rebuilding of the Chapecoense football club in Brazil after an airplane carrying the team crashed on November 28th, 2016, leaving all but three of the players dead. With exclusive access to the new team, families of the deceased, and three surviving players, this documentary shows a team and a city divided about how to handle tragedy - should they focus on keeping the memory of the dead alive or moving on with their own lives? As the team flies the same fated route to play the final championship game that last year's team would have played, they must unite around a common identity.

Other Titles
Unser Team - Nossa Chape, わがチーム、墜落事故からの復活
Running Time
1 hours 41 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Sport
Julian Duque, Julián Camilo Duque, Jeff Zimbalist, Michael Zimbalist
Michael Zimbalist, Jeff Zimbalist
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Nossa Chape» (17)

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I was not familiar with Nossa Chape when I saw it in the cinema, but it is a film I will watch again. It is a film that shows the frustration and lack of trust that exists between athletes and the authorities, and how that can lead to a doping violation. The film is told through the voice of the young doctor, who has just been transferred from Rio to Nossa Chape, and through the interviews of the athletes who have been caught up in the system. I would have preferred to see the film from the athletes' perspective, but I think that would have been a disservice to the film. The film is a brilliant and honest depiction of the problems and corruption that exists in the country and the world of sports. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about doping in sports, or just want to see a film that shows the corruption that exists. I would have liked to see the film in English, but that was not an option. If you are interested in the subject, this is a film that should be watched.

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Megan Howell

The "chape" is a traditional way to say "thank you" to someone in a business relationship. It's a simple, yet very meaningful way to express appreciation. I've always been a fan of the sport of wrestling. I think it's one of the most important sports to watch. I've been a fan of wrestling for a long time and I still enjoy it, as it's a sport that really challenges you. I've seen this documentary and I can't say that it's really that good, but it's a decent documentary. I recommend this documentary to anyone who loves wrestling. It's a good documentary, but not great.

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Ashley A.

I've seen a lot of the early '80s and I've seen the work of some of the greatest directors and actors of all time. But, for some reason, this film was the one I didn't like the most. And I never really liked the film until I saw it again and watched it in its entirety. And, I still like it. It's an honest and thoughtful film about the early '80s and the time that came to be known as the Golden Age of sports movies. This is a film about the struggles of the two greatest athletes of the time: Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant. The story is told through the eyes of the two most famous basketball players of the era. The film has a very short running time of just under 90 minutes. But, the pacing is perfect and the film doesn't drag. The film also has a very cool music score that is very appropriate for the time and place. I highly recommend this film for anyone who enjoys sports movies and documentaries. 8/10

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I saw this movie at the Chicago Latino Film Festival. It was nice to see a film that has a different perspective on the relationship between two groups of people, the Mexican-American and the Latino. As an immigrant myself, I feel that the film was very accurate and took the viewer on a very interesting journey. The music and the writing were excellent, as well as the cast. All in all, it was a very well done film. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning more about the history of Mexican-Americans and Latino culture.

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If you're not into soccer, you should avoid this film. If you are, however, and you're a soccer fan, you will enjoy this documentary. If you're not a soccer fan, you should be able to figure out the plot. It's a simple story about the World Cup and how it affects the people who play it. It doesn't take a great deal of thought to figure out the ending. You don't have to have any interest in soccer to enjoy this film. I'm not a soccer fan, but I found this film to be a great education in the history of soccer. I'm not a soccer fanatic, but I found this film to be a great education in the history of soccer.

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Jane M.

I am a great fan of the Spanish tennis player, Maria Rojo and I was a little disappointed to see that this documentary on the beautiful tennis player was not about her at all. I would have loved to have seen more of her in her home country, Spain, playing in the team and actually competing in the Olympics. The film shows her playing against the greats of her time, like American and Australian players, as well as others, like the great Rafael Nadal. The documentary has an excellent cast of stars that are known in the world of sports. I think that the cast did a great job. I enjoyed the performances and the film was very informative. I especially liked the way that the Spanish director used the interviews of famous tennis players. I especially liked the interview with American player, Caroline Wozniacki, the best female player in the world. The film also gave an interesting look into the lives of some of the players that played in Spain. I would recommend this documentary to all the sports fans, but especially to those who are fans of Maria Rojo.

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Diane F.

I watched this movie on PBS. It was a "must see". The documentary is well made and makes you think. It's about a group of people in Puerto Rico who are fighting for their rights to run for office. They get tired of the system in Puerto Rico and want to run for office. I think this is one of the best documentaries I've seen. It makes you think about a lot of issues and you'll think a lot of things about the people who are running for office in Puerto Rico. You won't be the same after seeing this documentary. It's a really great film. I recommend it to everyone.

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Beverly B.

One of the most interesting things about this documentary is that it's a look at the true story of the Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt's career. It isn't the true story of Bolt's career. It's the story of Usain Bolt. The film is a look at the Jamaican sprinter's life, his training, and his successes and failures in the sport of track and field. The film also reveals the Jamaican government's role in the athlete's success. What it shows is that the government of Jamaica had no role in the athlete's success, and in fact, was trying to stop it. This is a very good documentary, but there are some flaws in the film. First of all, I think it's a little unfair to say that the Jamaican government is trying to stop Bolt's success. The Jamaican government has done nothing but support the athlete, and not the other way around. Bolt's success is clearly the result of his training and dedication to the sport. The film doesn't really tell us how the Jamaican government is supporting the athlete, and the documentary is a little confusing at times. Secondly, the documentary isn't too well edited. There are a few scenes that aren't very well edited, and it's a little hard to understand what they are saying. The documentary is really a look at the athlete, and it shows what it's like to train for a race. If you are looking for a documentary that has a lot of information and details, this is a good one, but if you're looking for a look at the athlete, you may want to look elsewhere. Overall, the documentary is a good look at the Jamaican sprinter's life, and it does show what it's like to train for a race. If you are interested in the Jamaican sprinter's life, I would recommend this film.

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The documentary by Michael Moore tells the story of the most famous tennis player of the world. In the early 80s, Roger Federer was a young, unproven prodigy who was even more athletic and gifted than he was. The documentary tells about the struggles that Federer had, as well as the difficulties that the man had to face, like raising a daughter and his physical problems, as well as being a single father. The documentary is not only a great story of a great man, but also a great story of how tennis is a sport and not a sport, because its main focus is about the game, not about the person. The documentary is one of the most important documentaries I have ever seen, it makes you think and it makes you think about the sport and about the main topic of the film, which is about the sport of tennis. It is the best documentary I have ever seen and it is one of the greatest documentaries of the year. The documentary is definitely worth watching.

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Jack B.

I had read the book in my university's English literature course and I really enjoyed the movie. I liked it very much. In fact, I will not be able to watch the movie again. I found it a little too long, and I didn't find the movie very interesting. I think the book should have been shorter, as I found the movie too long. The main problem I found was the ending. I did not like the ending because it did not really fit the rest of the movie. I did not understand the reason for the life of a murderer, the motivation for the wife, the reasons for the death of the kids and the reason why the wife would want to kill herself. I found the movie too long, too slow and too boring. I would say that I would not recommend this movie to anyone. I would give it a 2/10.

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I am a huge fan of Nossa Chape and I would like to thank the producer for making this film. This film tells the story of the first ever Olympics (not counting the World Cup) of South Africa in 1972. We start off with the athletes, the racism, the athletes going home, the athletes going home. It's all part of the story. And then we get to the films climax. I know that this is a review, but I just can't stop talking about this film. It's simply amazing. It's such a great story, and the music is also perfect. I think it's very important to know that South Africa was a small country at the time. It was in its infancy, so the film is very relevant for me. I was just so happy to have this film on DVD. It was a very emotional film. It's very much like how I imagine the Olympics were in 1972. I am sure that the world would be very different now. The music is very important too, and it's very very important to see that this is what happened. I am very proud of this film. It's so well made and the music is so beautiful. It's a really great film, but I would like to thank all the people who made it. It's not just a film for sports fans, but for everyone. I'm proud of the film, but also of the music and the people who made it.

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After seeing this documentary, I was hoping for a bit more from the two actors and a bit more from the director. It's not a bad documentary, but it's not great either. It's just a documentary that tells the story of two men who, after losing their young son in an avalanche, tried to come to grips with their grief and their life. Their story is fascinating and very moving. I wish they had made a bigger splash in the world with the film and then in the years to come. If you are a football fan, it's worth watching.

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Brenda A.

The film itself is a compelling story. And the well-produced documentary by David Schneider is a great job. It is beautifully shot and expertly edited. But the film's most important asset is the quality of its writing. I would go so far as to say that the most important part of any documentary is the writing. The films I've seen about football, sports, or anything else, are all much better written than the ones produced by David Schneider. The great thing about this film is that it is so well written. It's a documentary about football, but it's a really good documentary about football. A lot of people may criticize the movie because it's too long, and it's a little bit slow, but those who criticize it should see it for what it is. A documentary about football. It's a good film. I enjoyed it, and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys football, sports, or anything else.

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Diana B.

I watched the entire movie with a lot of enthusiasm. I liked it so much, I watched it a second time. I loved every single minute of it. I'm a South African who grew up in the 1980's and love soccer. I don't know why I don't see this movie more often. Maybe I just don't like soccer or football or whatever it is. I thought the movie was a little too long and it had a couple of things I didn't like. I really don't understand the North-South divide and the fact that some people don't even play soccer. I know it's not really a big deal but it was kind of annoying. Anyway, it was a great movie and I would recommend it to anyone who likes soccer. I think it would be interesting to watch it with a few other South African people who don't know much about South African football and their opinions would be different.

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Julia Robinson

This movie gives us an inside look at the sport of rugby and the life of a rugby player. It shows how the players make their living and what sacrifices they have to make to be able to play rugby. The director was able to capture the essence of rugby through the sport and how it is played. This movie also shows us how sportsmen are treated by the rugby authorities in the country where they live. The director also made it clear that rugby is a game that doesn't just concern humans. It is also a sport that allows the players to express themselves and gain control over their lives. I recommend this film to all people who enjoy sports.

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I really enjoyed watching this documentary. It really did a good job of portraying the life of Nossa Chape. I have been fortunate enough to be able to see some of the players on the World Cup teams and this film really brought out the passion of the players. There are a few things that really stood out for me. First, the incredible support that the players had from their families. They really had families that wanted them to succeed. Second, how the players took it all in stride. They knew that there would be no medals, but it was the fans that pushed them to their limits. Third, the players were truly excited about the World Cup. The fans were there cheering them on. The players were excited to be there and for the fans to come out and support them. This documentary really did a great job of showing the passion that these players had for their sport. It really brought out the love that these players had for their country and the passion that they had for the sport.

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This documentary is as much about the sport as it is about the people involved. It's about the top eight in the world with the in-house doctor, the trainer, the coach and the star player. But it also tells the stories of the people who follow the sport from across the world. In many ways it is an inside look at what it is like to be part of a sport, but it's also an inside look at the sport from the perspective of the people who have to put themselves in the shoes of the players. The film also features interviews with people who have come to know the sport from the inside, who are able to relate to it and who can relate to it on a personal level. It's a story of how the people who have a hand in the sport have to go through some very difficult circumstances. But it is also an amazing story of how sports can be a way to help people. The film is a must see, especially if you're a football fan.