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Pájaros de verano

Pájaros de verano is a movie starring Carmiña Martínez, José Acosta, and Natalia Reyes. During the marijuana bonanza, a violent decade that saw the origins of drug trafficking in Colombia, Rapayet and his indigenous family get...

Other Titles
Păsări călătoare, Αποδημητικά πουλιά, Pássaros de Verão, Vasaros pauksciai, Ptice selice, Az átkelés madarai, Birds of Passage, Les oiseaux de passage, Oro verde - C'era una volta in Colombia, Birds of Passage - Das grüne Gold der Wayuu, Sny wędrownych ptaków, Göç Mevsimi, Trækfugle, 夏の鳥
Running Time
2 hours 5 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Crime, Drama
Director
Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra
Writer
Cristina Gallego, Ciro Guerra, Jacques Toulemonde Vidal, Maria Camila Arias
Actors
Jhon Narváez, Natalia Reyes, José Acosta, Carmiña Martínez
Country
Denmark, Germany, Mexico, France, Colombia, Switzerland
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

During the marijuana bonanza, a violent decade that saw the origins of drug trafficking in Colombia, Rapayet and his indigenous family get involved in a war to control the business that ends up destroying their lives and their culture.

Comments about crime «Pájaros de verano» (16)

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Jacqueline Fields

I can't say anything bad about this movie. The plot is brilliant and very well executed. It's a very well thought-out movie. It's funny and sometimes heartbreaking, with a little bit of a dark side to it. It's a film that will stay with you long after you've seen it. It has an awesome story, the acting is very good, and the music is awesome. I can't wait to see it again. I highly recommend it!

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Harry B.

I've been following the progress of this movie for a long time, since I first saw the trailer, but I hadn't expected that the final result would be so good. This movie is so fascinating, and so serious, and so sad, and so fascinating, and so dramatic. And I think it's a little bit like "The Boy Who Cried Wolf", but without the horror. A very good movie, worth seeing again and again. I strongly recommend it. This movie is worth watching on the big screen. And this movie deserves more than one rating. Watch it.

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Tiffany

Told in a slow and methodical way, "Leopoldo" follows the life of a family in Brazil during the 60's. We are introduced to the family of a cop (played by Sergio Castel), a young mother (played by Joanna Esteves), her two young sons, a young and old woman, a gay man and his friend. The movie focuses on the gradual changes that the family undergoes as a result of the political changes of the time. I believe this is the way to tell a story in this manner. What I loved most about this film was the way the director shows the changes that the family undergoes. The story is divided into sections and we are shown how these changes affect the family members. We learn a lot about the changing times in Brazil and the importance of the changing times. The film is also a very good example of a story told through a documentary. I have not seen many films about Brazil during this period and this one is definitely one of the best. The director uses the techniques of documentary to show the changing times. I think the director did a great job with the directing. I also enjoyed the cinematography. The film has great landscapes and the location is very interesting. The director also uses the camera very well. I also loved the sound. The film was shot in a very realistic way. There are scenes where the camera seems to be filming in real life. I also thought the music was very good. I loved the music for this film. I think the music helped the film tremendously. Overall, I think this is one of the best movies about Brazil during the 60's. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in Brazil and it's history.

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Diane C.

This is a very very very good film about what a sad tale of freedom and human rights this country has become. Unfortunately, this is also a film about the hypocrisy of some of the people who claim to speak for the people, but are actually only representing their own interests. This film is very good in portraying the real nature of the corruption of the Spanish monarchy. The film is very realistic and makes you really feel that your being is being controlled and controlled by the interests of the monarchy. The film really illustrates the need for a free press and the fact that it is important for the people to have the right to know what the monarchy is up to. The film also shows how people in power do not hesitate to manipulate their people for their own selfish reasons. In summary, this film is a must see and the fact that the film was made in the middle of the 1970s should really tell you something about how well made the film is. I give this film a 9/10.

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Joseph Mitchell

I first saw this film at a small theatre in Santiago, Chile. I had never heard of it, nor had I seen it before. After seeing it, I couldn't stop thinking about it. My mind was still wandering about it a week later when I heard that it was to be re-released in the US on DVD. I finally decided to go to a public screening in Seattle. As I walked into the theater, I noticed that it was not just any theatre. It was one of those big cinemas that had a theatre in the middle. I didn't know what to expect, but I was completely blown away by the film. I would say that this film is the best film I have ever seen. I was completely blown away by the photography, the storyline, the acting, the writing, the soundtrack. I think it's one of the best films I've ever seen. The way it was presented, I had no idea that the film was going to be so great. There were a lot of scenes in the film that I could not take my eyes off of. The film left me with an impression that it could be the best film ever made. It was an instant classic. I'm not sure that I could ever see the film the same way again. This is a masterpiece. Every scene in the film is beautiful and full of meaning. It is like you are watching a film from a different time and place. I recommend this film to anyone who loves film, or anyone who just wants to experience a masterpiece.

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Hannah M.

A new kind of film is emerging, one that has the feel of a documentary. The way in which the director delivers the information is a tribute to the power of his camera. You are able to witness the realisation of a person's spirit in a scene, and the way he reacts to the camera, it is as if you are watching it. This kind of cinema is rare. This film tells a story that is so real, and the acting is so real. The characters are real, the acting is real. And, you feel you are there, sitting with them, watching them. It is a new kind of film, and, it is very powerful.

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Carol N.

I thought this was a great movie, and also a great documentary. I really think it is a must see movie. I have read the book and enjoyed the movie so much that I am now going to read the book and see the movie. I do not understand why this movie was not released as a movie, maybe because of the violence and the drug related scenes. I thought the movie was great and I would love to see it again. The movie was not what I thought it would be. I thought it was a great movie and I do not understand why it was not released. I am glad I watched this movie and I hope to see it again and again.

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Jesse Anderson

What is it about movies that keep us glued to our seats for two hours, and then suddenly, at the end of the film, we just go "huh?" We have to watch it a few times to be sure we get it. As an audience, we have to sit through all the repetitive shots of moving cars or shots of people talking or people walking, or the director just stops shooting. And the thing is, most of the time, it is not enough to simply say "Well, it's over now" or "It's over". I've been sitting there for hours and hours waiting for the next shot. I've been sitting through the most horrific scenes and finally got bored. I don't know if the actors really wanted to do it or what, but they really seemed to be stuck in the middle. So, in the end, the end of the film, which was supposed to be the end, is actually the beginning. It has been a long time since I sat through a film and had to be satisfied. I guess it is because this one, unlike the other movies I have seen lately, really had me hooked. The dialogs were hilarious. Every single line in the movie is a masterpiece. And, it has been a while since I had a good laugh. And it is definitely the best movie I have seen this year. I hope to see a lot more from Carlos Fuentes. I think he is going to make a lot of money with this one. I will definitely be getting it on DVD and have it in my movie collection.

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Brenda Hansen

I've been thinking about this film for some time, and finally saw it again recently. The main themes are the political corruption of the military, and the necessity of repressing violence. The story revolves around the machinations of the people who work for the military in power and in the government. The young boy, Almodovar, who is the main protagonist, is forced to leave home by his mother and family because he is of no use to the military. The military takes him to the countryside and tells him that he is not useful, that he is useless, that he can be used only by killing. Almodovar starts working for the military and joins the army, and in his case the military are the only ones who he can trust. After a while, he falls in love with a local woman and begins to work for her. His father is away for a long time, and the mother is always ill. Almodovar is the most powerful and influential man in the world, but he knows that he is useless, and is not fit to be in power. The military does not trust him and does not take him seriously. They do not give him money for his job and tell him that he must kill people. The girl is also a military woman, and as they are lovers, she also has to take care of Almodovar. Almodovar works at a slaughterhouse and takes part in the killings. The man who has taken his place, who he likes, and who he respects. Almodovar is finally put in a mental hospital and becomes more and more like a madman, until he kills his boss and commits suicide. He was saved from his misery by the girl, who believed in him. The end is good, as the military have to acknowledge that he was a dangerous man, but he is still not fit for power. This is a powerful film, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the Spanish revolution.

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Lisa

With a story about the lives of prisoners in one of the most brutal prisons in the world, this film was more than I could have expected. It is an eye opening look into the prisons of Chile. As a foreigner I did not expect a film about the prison system, and I certainly did not expect this one. The film was shot on location in the prisons, with a true to life story that you really could not imagine. The cast was excellent, with a lot of characters that you could identify with, even if you are not an inmate. There was a real sense of how hard it is to survive, even for a man who had just escaped from the prison. The most impressive part of the film was the cinematography, which really captured the gritty reality of the prison. It really showed the brutality and desperation of the prison. The scenery and the cell blocks are both very interesting to look at. This film is a must see.

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Debra S.

There are a few films that are sure to grab the attention of film students of all generations. This one, a Polish-produced film from 1983, has become a sort of pop-culture touchstone for most people and has become a well-known reference point for some other films. I believe that this film was not just one of those, but many. It was groundbreaking for its time in that it was one of the first films to portray the world in a very open-ended manner, and it was also revolutionary in the way it was shot. I've read a few reviews and I have to say that the film looks better than most other films made in the 1980's. The use of montage is something that is not normally done in these films. The first and second act are very simple and boring, but the third act is very much a different type of film. There are moments that are very moving and the film has a very beautiful and moving score. There is also a lot of strong language, which is more difficult to watch and can make some people uncomfortable. I think that the language is necessary to show the cultural differences that are very present in the film. I don't think that the film is overly gory, but it does have a few gruesome scenes that are extremely disturbing. I recommend the film to anyone who enjoys film and is open to different types of film.

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Heather

The movie is based on a novel, written by "Hernan Borja" and is based on a true story. This is the third and final installment in the series. It is a tragic story about a family and the war. The story is told in flashbacks and in the present. The action is superb and there are no unnecessary elements. The story is very real. The performances are very good. If you have seen the other films in this series, you can not expect a whole lot of action but you should be satisfied with the story and the performances. The story is well written and it is not overdone or exaggerated. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes a good movie about a family and the war. A perfect 10 out of 10.

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Thomas

In fact, this movie is pretty much a true story. It's hard to believe that the director has never seen a movie before. In fact, he studied at a film school for several years before making this movie. However, he says that he just decided to make a movie because he wanted to tell his story. A lot of people say that this movie is anti-heroic, and that the hero is a bad guy. I disagree. I believe that the hero in this movie is good. He saves the girl from her family and from the mobsters, but he is also the bad guy. This is a part of the story that people do not know. I think that this movie is worth watching. It's really hard to find a movie with such a strong message. This is a very important movie to see. People should not be afraid of getting involved with a movie. Don't listen to the critics. You should see the movie yourself. You should decide for yourself. This movie is worth seeing.

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Marilyn Wright

Funny and powerful movie about a good man and his fight against the corrupt government. We see how this man loses his life, his peace and freedom and how he tries to make a change in his country. I loved the way this movie deals with the politics of it's country and the questions that are asked by it's people. For me, it is a very important movie and the way it deals with it's country is very powerful and the viewer needs to think about it. You will not like it if you think it is a fake. I gave it 9 stars because of the way it deals with the problems of the country.

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Aaron P.

This movie, a real treat, from the director of Taxi, based on a story by the author of a great and hilarious novel, Jorge Chamorro, a great story of the times, the 80's, I read it recently, a real masterpiece, a good movie, a little drama, a little bit of comedy, a good ending. This is a great movie for the fans of the genre. I loved this movie, it was great, this is the best movie I've ever seen. I don't know how else to explain this, but this movie, as a matter of fact, is really good, it's a must see, but don't take your friends, and let them see this. It's one of the best movies I've seen in a long time, it's a must see.

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Billy H.

It is good that this film has been received so highly, it shows how people from different countries can get along. I'm sure that this film will be liked by many people. I don't know how I could describe it. I just have to say it is a great film, good acting, a good story and a very well-made film. It is definitely worth seeing.