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No Intenso Agora

A personal essay which analyses and compares images of the political upheavals of the 1960s. From the military coup in Brazil to China's Cultural Revolution, from the student uprisings in Paris to the end of the Prague Spring.

Other Titles
Dans l'intense maintenant, In the Intense Now, Burzliwe teraz, En el intenso ahora, 激情の時
Running Time
2 hours 7 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, History
Director
João Moreira Salles
Writer
João Moreira Salles
Country
Brazil
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «No Intenso Agora» (20)

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Justin G.

I am a fan of the series, and I was looking forward to this documentary. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the film was very accurate, and also showed some of the difficulties that film makers had to deal with. This documentary is in my opinion the best I've seen, it is very well made and does a very good job at showing the ups and downs that all filmmakers must have to go through. It also does a great job of showing what happens when you get a film like this off the ground, and what it takes to actually get a film like this off the ground. The interview footage is well done and does a good job of showing the different ways that directors get this film off the ground. The movie itself is also very good, it's a great story, and very well done. There are some parts of it that are a little slow, but that's also because it takes awhile to get to the filming, and I did not find this to be a problem. I really do not understand why this film has not been released to the public. I will say that I will be purchasing this film on DVD, and I will probably watch it several more times.

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Mary P.

As with the rest of the Latin American films in this section, this film is a tribute to the courageous and courageous people of that country who made it through the dictatorship. But it is also a tribute to the people who remained in their homes, and the one who survived was a young girl named Mariana. Her grandfather survived the bombing, and Mariana's father, the teacher, was forced to leave his daughter in a children's home. He was eventually able to find her, and brought her home. But, that is not all. Mariana's grandfather was able to visit her regularly, and finally, the National Intelligence Service (CIA) learned of her situation, and offered her refuge. Her grandfather and the teachers worked tirelessly to help her adjust to life in a new country. Her father was allowed to see her, but he was unable to go. When his death was announced, the teachers were arrested and thrown into a prison. In a few years, the children were able to go to school, and Mariana was allowed to return to her home. This film is a beautiful tribute to those who were able to endure so much, and still managed to survive the horrors of that time. It is an important film, and one that should be seen by all.

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Emily Reyes

The film is based on a true story, and it's very exciting. The film shows a lot of what really goes on in the Mexican drug war. It's sad and it's just. Well. The music is pretty good and the acting is very good, even if there is some cheesy dialogue. It's great to see so many actors who are from the countryside in Mexico. The director did a very good job with the cinematography, and it's a very good documentary. If you're interested in the Mexican drug war, I recommend it. If you're interested in the music, this film is good. 9/10.

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Jennifer

You can't ask for more than a movie with a documentary style about a serious topic. I was looking forward to this movie and I was not disappointed. I can understand that it is not a movie that everyone can enjoy. However, I found it to be a very interesting look at the matter. I was also glad to see that I did not hear the entire conversation between the two men. I did hear the name of the person who was convicted. I did not hear the full conversation. However, I did hear the entire conversation. It was interesting to hear that they were both trying to avoid having sex. I also was glad that they were both talking about this topic as a friend of theirs did not know what to think about the conviction. I have not talked with a friend about this subject. However, it is a very sensitive topic. I have never heard of a movie that really delved into this subject. I would have liked to hear the full conversation from both of the men. However, I think the movie was very interesting and well done. It was well done. I did not find it boring. It was a very interesting movie. I also enjoyed the fact that it was not a documentary that was going to make a point. It was a movie that was going to tell the story. I think it was a good movie. I recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the topic.

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Eric

This documentary on the anarchist movement of the early 20th century (1903-1921) is the kind of documentary that I've wanted to see for a long time. The subject matter is quite interesting, the acting is great, and the production values are also great. I saw it at the Philadelphia Film Festival in 2012. You'll love it.

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Craig

I liked this movie. I really did. It was more than just a movie. It was an exploration of how society can be warped, and how we can help it be warped. I don't think this movie is for everyone. It's not for everyone who can't deal with the extreme views of others, or who is totally overwhelmed by the lack of empathy. This movie is for people who can deal with that. It is not for everyone who is just looking for a good story. This movie is about how we can all work together, to change the world. This movie is about how we can change the world.

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Walter G.

I recently watched this film on cable and it is a must see for all those who remember the Cuban Missile Crisis and how the U.S. acted. The film was made during the last year of the Reagan Administration and focuses on the time of the crisis and how the U.S. tried to negotiate with the Soviet Union. The film starts with the Cuban Missile Crisis and goes into how the U.S. tried to negotiate with the Soviets about the release of U.S. citizens. There are some interesting interviews with former U.S. Presidents and former Soviet leaders. The film covers the time of the crisis from the Cuban Missile Crisis to the October Surprise and the Iran Contra affair. The film is well made and the documentary style helps to give the film a sense of reality. The film ends with President Reagan's famous statement that "If you're not with us, you're against us."

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Scott

The movie is a great deal of fun. The movie is like a love letter to Argentina. The movie shows the beauty of the country. The movie is an excellent movie, I recommend it to everyone. If you want to know more about Argentina, I recommend you to watch this movie. Argentina is a beautiful country. The movie is a must see.

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Carl Brewer

What is a "con" in the world of literature? I don't think there is one. However, there is one for the movie, and I am sure you will agree. My personal favorite is "The Graduate". I have been reading the book for years. And, now, after seeing the movie, I see that I have a whole new perspective of the book. The movie takes place during the Vietnam War. This was a time of turmoil. People were scared. It was a time when a lot of people didn't know what was going to happen. And, they were scared of what they might see. The movie does not make a whole lot of sense. But, the movie is worth watching. The movie does not show the whole story. It is not going to make you think, and it is not going to make you cry. However, I can say that the movie is worth seeing. The movie shows the struggles of the characters in the book. But, it also shows the amazing world of literature. This is a movie I am sure you will like. I highly recommend it.

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Judith D.

I have to admit I am a big fan of this director. I liked his work on "No Intenso Agora" and "Citizen X". This movie is a really great work, and I think it is the most interesting movie he made. It is an amazing movie, with an amazing performance by the actors and the director. The only thing I have to say is that this movie is not for everyone. I am not a big fan of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, but I think he did a really good job with this movie. I recommend this movie to anyone who is a fan of Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu and of the director Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu. I think this movie is really worth seeing.

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Tiffany Williams

I loved this documentary. I've been listening to the message and the meaning of the title for some time now, and this documentary really got it right. I have read many reviews that say that the movie is too long, that the title is misleading, or that the movie is not worth watching. It is a very long movie, but that doesn't mean that it isn't worth watching. I was very impressed with the way that the movie was filmed. The camera moves slowly and the actors don't speak much. It is a documentary, but it doesn't feel like one. The film is filled with great images, and it was an absolute joy to watch. The way that the director was able to get these images on the screen is truly amazing. The movie is also full of great music. I have listened to the music by bands that I admire, and I think that it is one of the best things about the movie. It is full of great music that I like, and it is a great way to connect with the people in the film. It is a very strong soundtrack that I can listen to every day. I think that I can say that this movie is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It was very informative, and it was full of great images. I recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in music, movies, or documentaries in general. It is a very good movie, and it is definitely worth watching.

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Joan W.

This documentary was filmed in the beautiful region of the Mediterranean, and the weather was perfect for this movie. The location is a beautiful place, and the filming was very accurate. As a viewer, I was very impressed with the attention to detail that was put into this film. The story itself was interesting, and the camera work was good. I especially liked the way that the camera was positioned during the filming of the scene in the hotel. It was very detailed, and I really enjoyed the attention to detail. The lighting was very good as well. The film itself was very interesting, and I enjoyed it very much. The fact that the documentary was shot in one day, and the way that it was shot was very interesting. It was very interesting to see the different parts of the film, and the different parts of the people, as they were interviewed, and they were describing their experiences. Overall, I really enjoyed this documentary. It was a very interesting documentary, and it was very interesting to see what people were going through during the time that they were in the country.

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Adam W.

I saw this at the San Francisco International Film Festival and I loved it. It's a documentary about the filmmaking industry, and how it has changed. I thought it was really informative, and I thought it was really well done. It really shows the industry's problems with not only the studios, but with the government and the people. The interviewees were great, they gave a lot of insight into the problems of the industry, but it was also a great time to hear from people who really know and understand the industry. I think they all really wanted to give a good honest opinion on the industry. I'm not a big fan of the movies themselves, I'm not a fan of the film industry, and I'm not a fan of the people who make the movies, but this documentary really got me thinking. It made me think about how I make my films, and how I use the cameras. I'm not sure I really have a favorite movie. But this one I really liked.

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Louis Williamson

I have been following the battle of Algiers for almost ten years now, and this film has shown me how much I missed the story of the uprising in the city. I knew little about the rebellion except that it had been sparked by the assassination of the king of Morocco and had started with a revolt in the city of Algiers. The film is very informative, but I was very disappointed that it was based on the book "Algiers: A Story of Resistance" by Michel Houellebecq, which is a very good biography of the city's resistance, but that is not the same thing as having a documentary about the uprising itself. In the end, I felt that it was a good film that gave me a sense of the resistance in Algiers, but I would recommend it to people who are interested in the history of Algeria, but don't want to take the time to read the book.

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Paul F.

I saw the film in the early 1990's at a film festival and I was blown away by it. Now I am 30 years old and have seen it several times since and still think it is a very good film. I don't know why I didn't like it as much as the first time I saw it, but I do know that it is not easy to like a film which is based on a book and if you have never read it, you will not be able to relate to the characters in it. This film is very poetic, not at all what you might expect from a film about drug abuse, but I think it was worth seeing it because it is very well made. I do not like much of the violence in this film, but it is very good and realistic. The story is very well told and I really liked the way the film was made. The costumes are very well done. I think the characters are very well done. I think that the film is very interesting, and I think that it is a very good film. I rate this film 9 out of 10.

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Sandra F.

A film about the rise and fall of a man's life. It has a bit of everything: Conflicts, love, death, and great art. The film also covers the aftermath of a certain love affair that changed the life of a woman. This movie is not for the faint of heart, it is very intense and intense. I highly recommend it. I gave it a 9.

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Sara C.

I am in complete agreement with the previous reviewer on this one. I found this film to be extremely moving and informative. The fact that the film makers were not able to use actors was a major handicap. The fact that the film makers were able to not use the stereotypical and stereotypical "A" film makers. These are all things that can be easily overlooked if you allow yourself to be open minded to different cultures and different people. I do not understand why this film was not made in the U.S. I think that we should all be more open to diversity and be more tolerant of different races, religions, and cultures. The film makers were able to showcase how far the film went in the U.S. without being offensive and being politically correct. There were no obvious political or religious messages. There was no "I'm not like other people" type of thing. I thought it was a very well done documentary. I think that it was very informative and the film makers did a very good job of getting the point across. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in international issues.

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Terry G.

In 1964, Argentinean general Augusto Pinochet took over as dictator of Chile. Many people in Chile were killed by the police, and the military were involved in human rights violations. The film depicts the methods used by the Chilean army to murder thousands of people. The army killed dissidents, intellectuals, journalists, and political prisoners. The army also tortured and brutalized detainees, and the torture was committed with the participation of a Chilean judge. This film shows the case of Naima Sanchez, who was arrested in 1969 and tortured and disappeared in 1973. The Chilean military authorities took advantage of this case to justify the summary executions of more than 3,000 political prisoners in 1973. This film is one of the best I have seen. It is one of the few that includes both interviews and documentary footage. This film is not a history lesson. It is not intended to be. This film shows the truth. It shows the military's abuses, and the Chilean people's resistance. This film is a must-see.

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Margaret A.

I like to think of myself as a pretty cynical person. This is why I think this documentary is so important. I like to think that this documentary is a testament to the fact that there is still hope for the world. The world is still alive and able to work towards the future of humanity. In many cases, we are unable to work towards the future, but I think that this documentary is very important in this regard. It is one of the few documentaries that actually shows the greatest part of the human condition, which is through the eyes of the animals. I think that the documentary is a very important piece of art in this world. The biggest part of the film is the scenes of animals in the agora, the greatest site of all, and what they are experiencing. The documentary is an interesting look into the past and the present, but it is also about how we as humans can change the future. This documentary is a great look into the future of our species, and it is also a great look into how we can change the present, which is through the eyes of the animals.

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Debra Fowler

The opening scenes with the yolkfish in the lagoon is a powerful and moving portrayal of a beautiful creature with a truly loyal and affectionate nature. I have always enjoyed the work of documentary filmmakers and this was no exception. The documentary made me want to learn more about the biota of the world. A great work of art. I also liked the tone of the film and how it captured the atmosphere of the picturesque landscapes of the Dominican Republic. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in exploring the beauty of the world around them.