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Los Reyes

Chola and Football are a couple of street dogs that live in the Los Reyes skatepark. A microcosm is organized around them, composed of things, animals and young adolescents in conflict with an adult world that they reject but are required to enter.

Running Time
1 hours 18 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Bettina Perut, Iván Osnovikoff
Germany, Chile
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Los Reyes» (20)

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Ruth Brown

This is a wonderful, insightful documentary about the film industry and the pitfalls of what it means to be a film-maker. It is a testament to the fact that film-makers are not only creating art, but they are also making a difference in society. In this day and age of cynicism, the film industry is actually being used as a means of a new renaissance. We see the struggles of the industry, the sense of purpose that the film industry has given to the people, and the dedication that many film-makers have put into their work. The film's title is a metaphor for the human connection that can be made through a film. It is a strong film that will stick with you. As a film-maker myself, I know that I will be seeing this documentary many times in the future. It is a must-see documentary for everyone. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to understand the world of film-making and its role in society.

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The film chronicles the story of a group of 15 to 18 year old girls in Mexico City, who are now in their late teens. This group is not, like the majority of Mexican youth, part of the traditional drug economy. They are not involved in prostitution or sex trafficking. They are in fact, mothers of young children, who are no longer able to provide for their families. They have been caught up in the web of violence in Mexico City, where drug gangs are more numerous than ever, and where the government has not done anything to curb the violence. The film follows their lives and the lives of those who are close to them. The story is told in a narrative style, which allows us to experience the lives of the girls and learn about the violence that has claimed many of them. I found the story to be quite powerful. I felt that the film was a remarkable experience. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the social problems in Mexico City.

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Walter A.

I saw this film at the Toronto International Film Festival and it was terrific. I really enjoyed the film and really felt it was a real story. It was also really sad. It was an interesting film and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn about the human trafficking situation in Mexico. This film was very informative and it was a very interesting look at the human trafficking situation in Mexico. This film is also interesting to see because it is so much different than the films we have been seeing for years. I was really impressed by the film. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone.

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Ryan Gilbert

I am not a big fan of documentaries. Most are too complicated for me, but this one was so powerful, so in depth, that I couldn't help but feel I was a part of it. The editing was excellent, the photography, especially of the mountains, stunning. The cinematography is some of the best I have ever seen. The one thing I can't stand about documentaries is that they don't always use natural light. I think the first time I saw this I was like "Why did they film in that dark room?" The story is amazing, and it tells a powerful story. I am glad I saw this, it was a very powerful film.

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This film is about the people of the bay of Los Angeles and their problems with the drug trade. The director is a local who lives in the area and he gets some of the stories and interviews from the locals. The film does a great job of showing the effects of the drug war on the people, the police, and the environment. It is very well done and the people are portrayed very well. The film has a very powerful and emotional ending. I highly recommend it. This film is not for the easily offended, but it is a very powerful and important film. I give it a 9/10.

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Beverly Smith

I was a child in the 1970's and was always interested in the people and places that I was not aware of. The 70's was a time of great change in the world and the music of the time was very special. This documentary is a story of the birth of the punk rock movement and how it led to the death of the music industry. The movie is also about how the music industry began to collapse and how many artists and bands went into the music business. The movie is full of amazing footage of the punk movement and bands. I believe that the movie is very good and very accurate. The music is very important in the movie and it really brings you into the world of punk rock. I recommend the movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the people and the music of the 70's. The music is the most important part of the movie.

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Jerry B.

I love the movie, the photography is awesome, the story is good, the characters are believable, it is well shot and you can tell it was a very low budget production. The director is great, and the cast is great too. You could tell the actors were playing it for the first time. I don't think it is a masterpiece, but it is very good. This is not a documentary, but a true story. It is a good watch for people who love Mexican culture and history.

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Theresa Carter

It's difficult to believe that the last movie made by the legendary filmmaker, Sofia Coppola, was 'Sophie's Choice.' This one, directed by Luc Besson, shows the filmmaker at his best. The movie takes place in modern day and the protagonist is a woman named Sylvia (played by the beautiful Lena Olin), who is a New York journalist who is desperately in need of a male companion to accompany her to the Philippines. Sylvia, who has a very intimate relationship with her father, suffers from mental instability. She feels her father is always looking for someone to take care of him, and that she is not enough of a person. She feels that the only way she will ever feel like a woman is to be married. This is a perfect example of how a woman can be a victim of her mother. Sylvia decides to become a prostitute, and takes the opportunity to become close to the local inhabitants, and to find out more about the culture and traditions of the Philippines. The movie tells the story of the journey of Sylvia, and the people she meets along the way. The director does a great job of making the movie more realistic and realistic in the way that the audience can relate to the characters. The film is beautifully filmed. The lighting is just right. The camera is very well placed, and the angles are used perfectly. The soundtrack is used in a way that makes the audience feel as if they are actually in the Philippines, and is a perfect fit for the movie. In conclusion, I would highly recommend this movie, even though the main character is not a very sympathetic character. I highly recommend this movie.

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I have never been a big fan of Justin Bieber, but he's a talented musician and I've always liked his style of music. I love his songs, and the way he portrays his life on stage is superb. He has a great sense of style, and his stage presence is so amazing. But in this documentary, Justin is not a "rock star", he is a human being, and when you see him in the hospital, you see that he is a person who has lost a lot of his family, his friends, his job and his life. I was so touched by his stories of how his family, his friends and his girlfriend are all in different stages of grief. The documentary is a real heart-wrenching experience. I think this is a good and essential documentary, but it is not a good documentary for everyone. It is a documentary that will touch you. I think that is the greatest quality of the film, and the way it is filmed and directed. It is not a documentary for those who can't handle the pain that Justin is going through, but for those who can, it is a great documentary. I'm so happy that I saw this documentary, and I recommend it to everyone who loves Justin Bieber. Thank you so much for the great film.

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Megan W.

I've never heard of this film, but I really liked it. The sound is perfect, the photography is awesome, the whole thing is great. It's a great film. The real issues of the world's problems are in the news all the time, but it's almost impossible to find the time to see them. The film is well made and the acting is superb. The only problem is, it's a little too long. The film starts out a little slow, but after that it picks up. It's a great film, and I'm glad I saw it.

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Louis Rose

It is a shame that so many people cannot appreciate the work of this documentary. This is a movie about the plight of an indigenous group, a group that has been subjected to countless abuses at the hands of the US government, who are currently trying to repopulate their land. They are trying to move into a new home, but it is not going to happen. The US government is opposed to the move. This is a documentary about the plight of indigenous peoples, and it is a movie that should be seen by everyone. It is an eye opening look at the plight of the indigenous peoples of the Americas. I urge everyone to watch it, and then tell your elected officials to do the same.

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Joan P.

There are two things you should know before watching this film: 1. It's a documentary about the problems with immigration and the problems with the border. 2. The focus of the film is on the problem of border control and how that problem affects the lives of many people, not just the border patrol. It is a documentary, and you should watch it that way. You'll want to see it again and again. It is very depressing, very interesting, and very, very honest. You can't help but feel the sadness of people who have to go through what the border patrol is going through. If you are sympathetic with immigrants, then this film is for you. If you are not, then you probably shouldn't watch it. It is not for everyone. If you are sympathetic with immigrants, you will probably like it. If you are not, you probably shouldn't watch it.

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Doris M.

I watched this film as part of a film class in college. It was interesting to see the sort of thing that was happening in the early 80s. It is an interesting look at how people were using technology to create a new world. I think this film is very important because it highlights how technology has influenced our society. In addition, it has an important message about people's need to fight for what they want in life.

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This documentary is great for those of us who think we know about the history of the Black Panthers. It's really great to see their story and how they were able to maintain their power and influence despite the government's efforts to do so. This documentary is very entertaining and it is easy to see why the Black Panthers and other activists were able to do what they did. It's not always clear what the government was doing to get the Black Panthers to do what they did, but the documentary provides some evidence of what the government was doing to them. Overall, this documentary is very informative and interesting.

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Peter T.

I watched this documentary while on vacation in Mexico and it is a must-see. It is a fascinating look into the culture and lifestyle of the Mexican drug cartels. It is extremely well done and it is amazing to see the various characters of the Mexican cartels and the people they work with. I think that anyone who is interested in this topic will be fascinated by this film. The cinematography was excellent, the editing was smooth, and the music was well done. This film is an excellent piece of work that will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat. If you are into Mexican culture, you will definitely enjoy this film.

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Matthew A.

The true story of the infamous train robbery and how a few people were caught up in the mayhem. The film follows the story of a small group of people who were on the train and witnessed the entire ordeal, their lives were changed forever. The film is very accurate in its portrayal of the events of the train robbery, it is hard to believe the details of the story were never told in the media and people simply got away with it. This film is very well made, it is an eye-opener into the world of the robbers, not a film for the faint of heart. It is very well acted and the film is well worth seeing. I would highly recommend it to anyone.

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The beautiful, detailed documentary, "L'Ocho del Reyes", is a haunting look at a great story. It follows the story of a family of people from the town of Los Rios, where the volcano has risen to the height of 18 meters (60 feet) and is threatening to engulf the city. The film follows the story of a mother, her daughter, and the father's girlfriend. There is a documentary about the family, as well as a documentary about the community. The documentary about the town is also a bit different from the others. There is no narration at all, and the camera is only pointed at the people. The footage is filmed with a hand-held camera, so you can see what is going on and make your own judgment. There are some moving parts, such as when the father's girlfriend has a nervous breakdown, and they are worried about the future of the town. There are also some touching moments, such as when the mother and daughter are reunited after many years, and the father's girlfriend's husband dies. I enjoyed this film very much. The cinematography is great, the interviews are quite interesting, and the story is intriguing. The movie was made in 2009, so it is a little dated, but it still works well. I recommend it.

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I've been a fan of the song "Alone Again" since I was a kid. I used to listen to it on the radio when I was a kid. I was so moved by the lyrics that I wanted to learn to play the song. So I found this documentary on the Internet and watched it. I was very surprised at how well the film portrayed the life of a songwriter and how hard it is to be a songwriter. The documentary was not just a look at the life of a songwriter, it was also about his life and how hard it is to be a songwriter. It was so real that I was moved. I was also moved by the documentary, but I had to look away for a moment, so that I could laugh at how ridiculous it was. The documentary is very funny and has great music. But there was one part in the documentary that I did not like. I'm not sure what it was, but it was so cheesy and corny that I couldn't help myself. It was like the songwriter was playing a joke on the audience. But the thing that really bothered me was that it was so corny that I could not help but laugh at it. It was so corny and it was like a joke in the documentary, but it was really corny. It was just very cheesy. But overall, the documentary is good, but it is not great.

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Stephen P.

I can't believe I'm wasting my time with this, but there was no reason to see this film. I'm a big fan of the documentary "Tecatea" which I thought was great, but I didn't see it. I was browsing through my video library when I came across this. I just didn't think it was the right thing to see. I was surprised to see it was nominated for a couple of awards, and it really should have been nominated. The director and producer really put their heart into this, and they did a great job. The film is well shot and the editing is very well done. It really does give you a good idea of what it was like to be in the concentration camp. I'm not sure how accurate this film is, but it is certainly a compelling story and it's worth watching.

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Denise W.

The greatest thing about this film is that it really has the best of both worlds. You have the actors who have made the films they have made, and then you have the folks who have been the subjects of the films they've made. You have all the connections that have been made in the film, but you also have the family relationships that have been made. These are the relationships that are closest to the heart. The filmmakers have used the real life stories of both the children and the adults, as well as the documentaries and books that have been made about the people that have been in the film, and they have used this to tell their story, and the story of the film is that they have made it. The film makers were so moved by the stories of the children, that they made a film about the children. The kids have become a family and a source of strength to all of us. They have been a source of inspiration, and a source of love to all of us. It is so great to see this film. I hope that it will be shown in other countries and other countries will learn from it.