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Zonda: folclore argentino

Zonda: folclore argentino is a movie starring Pedro Aznar, Juan Falú, and Marian Farías Gómez. Poetic, riveting and moving, Argentina explores the heart of traditional Argentine folklore and its stunning musical heritage.

Other Titles
Argentina, Argentyna, Argentyna
Running Time
1 hours 25 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Musical
Director
Carlos Saura
Writer
Carlos Saura
Actors
Juan Falú, Pedro Aznar, Marian Farías Gómez, Gabo Ferro
Country
France, Spain, Argentina
Year
2015
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Carlos Saura documentary that explores the Argentine folklore. We offers a tour on a world past, present and future of a genre that marked the youth-winning filmmaker. Saura's meeting with some of the best artists and groups from Argentina, allows us to look to a very particular vision of an art that has the age of the people who gave it birth.

Comments about documentary «Zonda: folclore argentino» (20)

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Wayne

Another barmadha movie showing how good a documentary can be. a great adventure/movie to get into the heart of the film maker. need to know that in the film, there is an aforementioned apsomoliam date on the screen by my side, I was heart broke. see this film and understand a big part of love and friendship. This is a great movie that can be watch over and over again and always relate to it.

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Dorothy

And an analysis of L. Ron Hubbard's life by a Scientologist.The result is excellent,and well worth watching.This documentary on the subject of Hubbard is done in a very rigorous way. It has great insights into the life of Hubbard as well as the many controversies he and Scientology has come in to.Many people in the "Dianetics" community,both from those who study Hubbard's books and the rest of the world,remain ignorant of his history,and are mystified at the seeming contradiction between those who say that he was a revolutionary and an atheist.Then there are the who have gone into Hubbard's books and ignore everything else.His first published book "Dianetics" was hailed by hundreds of people who read it. It's no wonder that he was taken so seriously and attacked by those who don't like change. Hubbard himself never liked to change. But he realized that change must come about. The "Dianetics" books did change,and while Hubbard never intended for that to happen, he did like to see that the text be improved. And he made sure that the changes happened. But Hubbard wanted to keep things the way they were. It was to him a form of escapism. So he would write something like, "This is my new book, Dianetics.it's very different than the old book, I've changed it, it's now a true scientific book.and it will be published in a few weeks by my own publisher, The Osprey. I'll give the price of the rights to the publisher, and the publisher will publish it in a few weeks." That's the sort of thing Hubbard would do. However, the Scientology founder did have his own vision. He didn't want to have a new book, he wanted to make a science out of Dianetics. And this became his life's work. The book "Dianetics" was one of the first to be published after Hubbard's death. It was quite hard work. But Hubbard was very clear that this was his life's work. He was willing to do this so that his followers would not have to "leap frog" any other science. And it worked. If you're going to learn anything from "Dianetics", it's to know Hubbard's history, and to see that he was a man that was ready to embrace the philosophy of change. And he was a man that had lots of money and a lot of friends,and an unbelievable amount of patience. A man who cared for others, that was different from what most of us are willing to do. A man who wanted to get out of his comfort zone and do something different from what we usually do. A man who was obsessed with his writing and who would make things just so to do it. A man who loved books and who wrote many books. And he was very concerned with his art. He wanted to have a book that he could hold and read every time he got a chance. A man who had books that were full of action and whose body was over-stretched from all his physical work. A man who was an artist, and who understood that art is the only thing that counts. He also understood that literature, as a form of literature, is the same thing. He was a man who was able to present things that were in his mind in a clear and accessible way. Because of his accomplishments, he was one of the top literary figures in history. His books were translated into thousands of languages and he wrote stories about the characters in those books. A man who was self-taught, who wanted to see all aspects of his life studied. He wanted to understand the mysteries of his own mind. He wanted to understand and study all the areas of his life that he thought were important. He was very kind and understanding towards his wife and his family. But even to him, there was no way he would allow himself to be harmed. He would never hurt anyone and would never take what he was doing for granted. He was a man who was always looking for ways to improve himself, not for himself to improve himself. That's why he wrote the book "Dianetics", that he would never let anything stand in the way of his ability to improve himself. He was the master of self-improvement. And he truly did

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Jonathan Kim

This is an excellent movie that talks about a lot of things we can't understand about death and dying. The actors are great, and they did a great job explaining all the details. The camera shots and sound is great, and the background music is very good too. The message the director is trying to get across is great too. The director is a great person, and all of the actors in this movie are very good. They make the movie real, and even bring out the emotions that the movie is trying to portray. The messages they are trying to get across are really great and very effective. All of the extras are good as well. They show the many aspects of death, how it is really sad, and it helps to really understand what it is like. Overall, this is a great movie. It gets you thinking, and it explains a lot about what death is like, and also the complicated relationships we have with it. I give this 9/10 stars.

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Keith

I took my brother to this film, having him prepare a full set of our daughter's birthday cake. I was surprised to see how well this film captured my sister's real life. Of course, I don't have the girl, but I do have the experience, which includes lots of time at her house. I don't have any of the kinks that she is going through in life, but I do know how you're supposed to look at your life and the choices you're making. So the film is not just about me having to deal with a lesbian girlfriend of mine. It's about the people I know who suffer the same, and the people I love who are dealing with issues similar to hers. It's about how everyone reacts to one another and how others react to you. If you don't know anyone like this, this film might make you want to do some homework before you buy the special edition DVD. Although, it's still worth seeing for everyone who can appreciate a film that doesn't waste your time.

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Christian Austin

This is a wonderful film. It is the story of the world in the hands of a criminal. It is well worth seeing. It has the ability to make you feel anything. It is well worth hearing if you have the opportunity to see it. You will get a great feeling from this film. Also this film is great to listen to. If you're looking for a good musical score then you will find it. If you're looking for an interesting film about the world of drug gangs then this is for you.

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Kathy H.

So, it was last week that I saw the new movie based on the music of Phil Collins and I have to say, that it was definitely worth the wait. I was not disappointed. Now, this movie will certainly not be for everybody. It has some very heavy themes that will be on the heads of all viewers. And let's face it, you just can't go wrong with those themes. Also, many people are going to love the video version. The movie itself is amazing. It's beautifully done, and has one of the greatest songs in the history of music. I really can't wait for the soundtrack to come out on CD, and I can't wait to purchase the movie itself. If you are looking for an inspiring film that will make you think, and uplift your spirit, then look no further. It's a worthy watch, and definitely worth the wait.

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Jason H.

This documentary is a decent overview of what will become a famous sound-craving band in the Sixties. The energy of the band is quite apparent. There is something real and raw about this movie. Most of the film focuses on the one-night gigs that took place in Barcelona. The group did their show of The Cure at the Altamira Palace in Barcelona in September of '65. The energy in the audience is certainly palpable and it is an experience that can't be missed. The film is impressive in capturing the early days of the band. The recording process is very detailed and smooth. The band members' abilities and adaptability is almost amazing. It's a combination of a documentary, sound recording, and recording that are quite exciting and compelling.

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Kathryn T.

This film does not deserve all the negative reviews it has received. At first, I was very disappointed because I thought this would be a "French " film, but it's really a Latin-American film. It's really about gender identity and the powerful experience of a trans-gender person. It deals with the different types of trans people. I really like the music, as it reminds me of Mexico, where I live. The director wanted to make a film with an education for the people who don't know anything about transgender people. It really helps to have a "trans-gender" friend or family member who understands trans-gender people. I don't understand why this film is getting so much bad reviews. The transgender people deserve it.

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Cynthia L.

This is by far the best work done by this talented band in years. I must admit that I am a huge fan of rock and roll but I don't really get it if the music is mediocre or is even bad. The problems with this movie are: 1) The music is very bad, it does not follow any rhythm or rhythm patterns at all. It's almost as if they are trying to mix rock and pop. 2) The director needs to learn how to use a camera for the best. I couldn't understand what kind of shots they are taking so I was confused by it. 3) The camera work is way to shoddy. The director needs to learn how to use the camera properly. 4)The cinematography is the worst one I have seen. Everything in this movie looks very dark. The lighting is strange. This movie is a poor mix between rock and pop music and all I got is mixed feelings between all the artists. I mean, Rock and Roll is a genre that can go for a long time and can always be catchy. Nowadays, rock and pop music is not that popular in this age, mainly because there are no perfect songs anymore. I say it as a fan of the genre and a hip-hop artist.

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John Ross

I have never heard of the director of Oreste del Fuego, and when I heard that he was making an Italian director's film, I knew that it would be good. After watching this film, I am very happy to say that it was a great experience. I must admit that I did not know what to expect from this film, but this is a personal, genre-busting movie that just keeps on giving. The camera was moving in many different angles throughout the film, and if you stop and think about it, it is incredible. Although the director and some of the crew on the set spoke a little English, they were able to explain a lot of the slang that I had not noticed before. The story is set in the 80s, and it has been well documented that drugs were very prevalent during that time period. This is one of the reasons why this movie is so good, because many of the scenes were filmed while you were high on something. The way the director shot the drug scene at the beginning of the movie was fantastic, and he also shot a good amount of the scenes in black and white, which only adds to the impact of the film. Another thing about this movie is that the interviews with the drug dealers are real, and the scenes were shot with the drug dealer's camera, so you are getting real footage of what they are experiencing. It is amazing how many of the scenes can be brought back to life by just one shot. Although Oreste del Fuego is an art film, there is a real desire to see it through. It shows all the different situations that it brings up, and how the crew was able to put the pieces together to create a whole. This was probably one of the most beautiful and authentic art films I have ever seen. Every little detail was perfect, and it does not feel like any movie I have seen. The music was amazing, and the movie is a masterpiece. If you want to see a really good art film, then this is your best bet. 9/10

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Harold Salazar

This documentary was fun for me to watch, because I am an independent filmmaker. It was refreshing to see different ways that people could utilize art and creativity, from artsy people who love artsy art to people who are just plain weird. It was interesting to see the participants, ranging from high school kids to celebrities to older adults to young teenagers. The filmmakers went through the research and interviews and found various creative ways that people who are into fine art and/or music could use to express themselves, how they utilize arts and music, and how they get enjoyment out of their work. It was just a good, wholesome documentary that people could watch and feel good about.

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Jacob

The movie's title is a perfect and emotional place to start as it shows the whole story of what happened to the actress and how she lost her daughter (probably because she wanted to not show it). Anyway, the movie is a lesson in how to manage a child in a life with no one to watch over. It will make you think what would you do, what would you want if you had the most important moment in your life. What will you do if you are a child, what would you do if your mother asks you a question? So, stay with your hands folded and don't worry about anything else. If you don't know, there is a movie in which you can see how it happens.

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Nicholas

This is a great soundtrack for another great movie. And in this movie it's movie with a different setting, a secret film: THE DAWN OF THE SUN, directed by John Bell, the director of the horror film BLACK CREEK. It is also one of the first horror movies made on film, and it has a nice ending. The book is far from perfect, but it is a good start. I also liked the subtitles. It is a great movie, and the soundtracks for it are beautiful. You can hear John Bell's direction, but in this movie you can also hear the music of the sixties, which is very successful in this movie. I recommend it to every one, who has no curiosity or passion for film, but want to learn to appreciate good movies, even if it's old ones, or not ones.

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Jesse

I highly recommend this movie for anyone who is a fan of the music genre or just someone who wants to see a good movie. Any person who enjoys getting into a new musical will not be disappointed. This movie covers many aspects of the music business as well as capturing many of the characters in the music business. If you are interested in the history of the music industry then this movie is a must watch. My husband has the same interest. The movie covers both sides of the music business. The movie also contains footage of many concerts that were played in New York during that era. If you are a fan of the music industry you will enjoy this movie.

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Susan Wade

This movie was incredibly well made, visually stimulating, and well acted. I absolutely loved it! I am still trying to figure out why this movie is getting such a low rating, but I think it's probably because it's not popular enough, maybe it's because it's simply not that very appealing. I thought it was very well made, and it drew me in so much that I was completely sucked in to the movie. I felt like I was in that era, the movie drew me in to see it again and again. I think this movie is actually one of the best movies I have ever seen, and I have seen a lot of great movies. It reminded me of films I have seen that are on the top 250, and it just moved me so much. The whole movie is just beautifully done, I just love the cinematography, it's one of the best that I have ever seen. It also has a really cool and cool soundtrack that was great. The most important part of this movie was the actors, and I think that they were all really amazing. I think that the people who like the music of this movie probably are the ones who liked the movie, but I don't know. This is a really good movie, you should definitely see it. You don't have to be into movies or music to really enjoy this one.

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Nathan Guerrero

I recently saw the documentary, "Don't Say a Word: Movie Today", at an event at Vimeo. The film is a visual and verbal commentary on a vast number of films from the past decades. The hostess of the event, and director, Sarah Izenberg, explains that the goal is to create a lexicon and a vocabulary of words in which movies and the cinema are known, and then to bring out stories by the themes they represent. The themes she lists: Americans fighting in Vietnam, Vietnam war, Vietnam War, Vietnam War related wars, and related women, women and men in Vietnam war. She also lists a slew of other events, like the Earth Liberation Front, the rise of the Taliban, and the 9/11 attacks on America, among others. The film is truly a visual feast, with this being the most visually revealing documentary I have seen. From the constant use of underwater photography to the continuous use of the impact of the AIDS crisis, from the various war films to a personal essay on the Vietnam war, the documentary works wonders. It is both entertaining and educational, and it's definitely a must see.

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Walter Y.

I absolutely love this movie. I think it's one of the greatest films I've ever seen. It's all about documenting how things were in the sixties and how people felt and why. Like, you see a lot of different views of the sixties, but you don't get that same feeling watching this. I love how it's like a snapshot of things, it's a few days or so in the sixties, and it's filmed in a very, very clear way. This really brings the sixties to life in a way. It's one of those movies that would be fun to make with friends. I would totally enjoy watching it on DVD. You can really see the thing. I think it's a beautiful documentary. I think it's one of those movies where you don't even think about it afterwards, because you just enjoy the way the movie's shot and the way the music fits in with it.

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Thomas Shaw

In today's society, the people are starving, this documentary shows, with the exception of a few experts. As you watch the documentary, you'll see a lot of resources that can be used in order to survive in the new world: food, education, medicine and religion. It also shows that we are not going to become some global civilization that has mastered everything around us and have the power of destroying the environment of a whole planet for the benefit of those with more money than they know what to do with. Our greatest value and the greatest success of any country is to be able to survive and have enough to live. We are not going to become a society that destroys the earth but a society that does it for the betterment of humanity.

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Alice Davidson

This was a great documentary, I had a blast watching it. A lot of the humor was derived from my knowledge of the authors of the theater work. It was a very interesting and enjoyable documentary. The quality of the documentary is a lot better than I thought it would be. It was easy to follow. I've never been to the theatre but have been to a few of their shows. The documentary was very well done. I highly recommend it. I highly recommend this documentary for people who love theater, it will make you laugh, cry, and get a kick out of it.

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Jonathan M.

The films goal is to create a learning resource for teachers, not to win awards. This was a valuable education for teachers of all types. The issues presented in the documentary were truly affecting, and important for our entire community. I am a teacher myself, and I believe in helping teachers grow through learning about issues that directly affect our students. Educators and students should work together, and I believe that the documentary taught us what we need to know to be better teachers and ultimately help our students. The issues presented by these kids will be something that will be affecting them for the rest of their lives. The problem is, and will be with our students for a while. It is truly a great resource for teachers. By going to see this film, you will not only learn, but it will also help you better understand the issues facing our kids. The director, Jonathan Groff, knows the issues better than most. He knew that all of the problems we are facing today will be with our students in the future. I can't wait to see what else the director is working on!