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Nuestro tiempo is a movie starring Natalia López, Phil Burgers, and Carlos Reygadas. A family lives in the Mexican countryside raising fighting bulls. Esther is in charge of running the ranch, while her husband Juan, a...

Other Titles
Nasz czas, Notre temps, Donde nace la vida, Nuestro Tiempo, Musu laikas, Where Life Is Born, われらの時代, Our Time, Vreme za nas
Running Time
2 hours 57 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Carlos Reygadas
Natalia López, Yago Martínez, Carlos Reygadas, Phil Burgers
France, Switzerland, Sweden, Denmark, Mexico, Norway, USA, Germany
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

A family lives in the Mexican countryside raising fighting bulls. Esther is in charge of running the ranch, while her husband Juan, a world-renowned poet, raises and selects the beasts. Although in an open marriage, their relationship begins to crumble when Esther falls in love with an American horse-breaker and Juan is unable control his jealousy.

Comments about drama «Nuestro tiempo» (9)

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Nathan C.

The most brutal, gritty, and most realistic look at the horrors of the drug trade. The movie is completely over the top in its depiction of life in the drug trade, and there are no sympathy fests. The movie is as violent as it is real, and this makes for an excellent horror film. The violence is simply unbelievable. It is a must see movie.

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In my book, Luis Bunuel's Oscar winning masterpiece "Babel" is without a doubt the greatest film of all time. "Babel" is in my opinion a masterpiece in all of film history. One of the great things about Bunuel's film is that he not only successfully took on the themes of the film but also used them to tell a true story. This is definitely a true story and that is what "Babel" is about. It tells the true story of the drug wars in Mexico and how it affects the lives of the people involved. I can't stress enough the powerful message that this film has for everyone. Bunuel knew that the movie was not going to be completely about the drug war but more about the feelings that drug war brought to the people. The great thing about Bunuel is that he knew exactly what he wanted the audience to think. He also knew that the people in the audience would get a story out of it. I also think that most of us are tired of all the violence and that is the reason why the film won so many awards. But this is not what it was. The film is about how the drug war affected a Mexican family and it also influenced an entire country. "Babel" is a great film and one that everyone should see. There is not one dull moment in the entire film. I believe that the reason why this film has a legend status is because it is Bunuel's best film. It is definitely one of the greatest films of all time. So go out and see "Babel" and you won't be disappointed.

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No wonder this film has been lost in translation, only viewed by a handful of those who have never heard of it, thus is destined to be little more than a historical curiosity. The film is not to be missed, yet if you don't know much about it, it will be hard to get your head around the dark, dramatic atmosphere, and the powerful, powerful message that the film so powerfully conveys. Yet the performance is spectacular, no doubt about that. In the making of this film is Alex de la Iglesia who was one of the leading figures of the film, a director of music, and a writer of the first draft of the script, all under the directing of Lluis De la Iglesia, who now is also the cinematographer, on this occasion. This film does not seem to fit a neat category of romanticism, and as the subject matter is not a great deal of what you would call a standard American film, this must be said. Still, if you are a fan of the film, you will not be disappointed. It has all the ingredients of a great film. First of all, it's a story about an event that took place in a small town in the Spanish-American War. In the early days of the war, the Cuban rebels, led by Miguel Sandoval, break out of their jail and threaten to attack the United States naval base in Cuba. Juan Fernandez and an entire band of others stand against the invasion, and their effort is the first of many that lead to the famous Cuban Rebellion of the Spanish-American War, a conflict which sparked the American Revolution, and set the stage for the rise of the American Republic. Over 200 years later, the conflict is still with us, and the result of this conflict, not as the outcome of one war, but a long series of events, is what makes this film so special. Although there are some inconsistencies in the plot, there is enough material to sustain the film, and the performances are phenomenal, in particular, the work of the unknown actor Armando Baca, as Miguel Sandoval. It was Baca who won the Oscar for best actor, and in this film he proves his ability to play the complicated, ambiguous character of Miguel Sandoval. His performance is outstanding. There are a number of beautiful scenes in this film, especially the scenes in the kitchen with Juan Fernandez, and the scene in the bar where the music is playing, and the room where he is sleeping, all beautifully shot and performed. These scenes are told in such a way, that you are continually pulled in and pulled out of the scenes, and in the end, you are so moved by the beauty, the feeling, the spirit of the film that you may forget the bits and pieces of the plot that are not so much important to you, and come to the conclusion that this film is a masterpiece.

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Philip S.

I went to see this film with a pre-conceived notion of what it might be, in the opinion of those in the cinema with whom I had spoken. I walked away feeling like a child discovering a wondrous world for the first time. The emotions conveyed in the film are not atypical of a Mexican film in which the director strives to reflect the complex cultural and political tensions that surround his country's most recent history. Despite the subject matter, this film is highly recommendable to anyone with a love of cinema, Mexican cinema, Mexican film history, and/or Mexico in general. Personally, I think that this film is an indicator of things to come. The question for this film is: how will future generations remember it? How will history record it? I know that this is a difficult question for any director to answer, but the answer I will give is, "It will be remembered".

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This movie really is a big masterpiece. Not because of the fact that it is the first movie about the history of the Cold War, but because it shows the incredible complexity of human relationships. It is not just a film about a man named Angel. It is an experience of Angel and the people around him. It is not just about a man being in love with his friend. It is about the love of two men and how one person can make a difference and others can not. It is about the complexity of love and the love that someone else has for someone else. The most amazing thing about this movie is that the viewer can understand what the characters were feeling without even knowing what it was that Angel was feeling. You could relate to all of them, not only Angel, or even his friend, or the President. It is all about the complicated relationships that people have, and the people who care about them. People are all different in their own ways, but everyone knows the truth that we can be anyone we want to be, even if we don't know what it is. We can do anything that we want to, but most of us can't even see it. This film shows the complexity of human relationships and the complexity of humanity itself. So go see it, because it is a really good movie.

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Hannah M.

This film is very powerful. I love the guy who plays the man in the red suit. It is amazing how he goes from barely capable to driving a car with out the use of his hands. He shows how difficult it is to go from being so bad to so good. This is my favorite film of all time. Don't let the title of this review deceive you. This film will make you cry. My favorite scene is when Emilio is told that he has a new son. The rest of the film will make you feel for Emilio and want to see him succeed. If you haven't seen this film, I urge you to do so. I gave it an 10 out of 10.

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Michael H.

I am not a big fan of the Spanish language, but this movie is a very good one. I like the way the movie is told, the characters are well developed and the actors are very good. The movie is very realistic, and you really feel for the characters. I think that this movie is very different from other Spanish movies, because it shows us the difficulties of immigrants in Spain, and how the immigrants are treated by the society. The movie is very emotional, and you really feel the pain of the characters. I think that this is a very good movie, and I would recommend it to everyone who wants to see a movie that is a little bit different from other Spanish movies.

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Catherine Black

In a way, this film is like a character study. It's about a man who lost his wife and his daughter to a drug-addicted father. He's now trying to get his life back on track. He's also trying to make amends with his daughter and with his estranged wife. The film is beautifully shot, and it's an extremely well-written script. The film is also very realistic, with all the details. It's not a movie that will make you feel good, but it's certainly a film that will make you think.

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Teresa Clark

To my surprise I watched this movie a few weeks ago and found it to be one of the most beautiful movies I have ever seen. I would recommend it to anyone who likes a movie that leaves you in the mood to watch it again and again. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn something about life and the way we live it. It is a must watch. The way the characters interact is very interesting and interesting to watch. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is into movies with a good plot and good characters.