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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
Vasaros pauksciai, 夏の鳥, Oro verde - C'era una volta in Colombia, Sny wędrownych ptaków, Păsări călătoare, Birds of Passage - Das grüne Gold der Wayuu, Αποδημητικά πουλιά, Birds of Passage, Les oiseaux de passage, Ptice selice, Trækfugle, Az átkelés madarai, Pássaros de Verão, Göç Mevsimi
Running Time
2 hours 5 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Crime
Director
Ciro Guerra, Cristina Gallego
Writer
Jacques Toulemonde Vidal, Cristina Gallego, Maria Camila Arias, Ciro Guerra
Actors
Carmiña Martínez, José Acosta, Natalia Reyes, Jhon Narváez
Country
Colombia, Switzerland, France, Germany, Denmark, Mexico
Year
2018
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, 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 drama «Pájaros de verano» (20)

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Peter Simmons

Well, I finally watched this film. First, I can't understand how the critics liked this movie so much. And second, this film is full of inconsistencies and hokum. The most important inconsistency is that in the film the mother (Adriana Barraza) doesn't tell her daughter (Eva), that she is pregnant. But in the book, she says that she is pregnant and has a son. If Eva, was pregnant, why didn't she tell her mother that she was pregnant? But in the book, the mother doesn't say anything. Well, as I said, the film is not as bad as the critics say. The film is still very good and is worth watching.

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Billy

Arnold's character, in a nutshell: "The point of view of a cold, calculating psychopath, ready to act on impulse". However, the story is not the point of view of a psychopath. It is the story of a man, his memories, his flaws, his reasons for doing what he does. It is a little bit like "The Big Sleep", only a little more intelligent. It is very well done. It deserves the audience's full attention, and this movie is not a typical thriller. It is not a thriller for kids, and it is not a thriller for adults. It is a human drama that is worth to watch, and which I am very proud to have been a part of.

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Stephen S.

Liam Cunningham (Wes Bentley) is a young man who runs a pharmacy and meets a beautiful young woman (Rebecca Ferguson) and he takes her to his house in the countryside. In his heart he has a desire to be with her but he is afraid of her. He is never successful in becoming her friend. It's a complicated love story and the film is an independent film from Spain. It has been remade in the USA but the movie is worth seeing in its own way. It is about friendship, it is about love, it is about love in a difficult time. The main character is the leader of the gang of young thieves and the love between him and the beautiful woman. The actor who plays Liam Cunningham is a young man who is to young to be an actor but he is a great actor and he is a great actor in his role. The movie is about a friendship between a young man and a woman who is trying to find her own life.

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Julie Stevens

Pablo Serna's award-winning film THE CONSTITUTION (1995) features an interesting topic: the nature of the world and its inhabitants. The film begins with a narration of the president's last moments, in which he asks for the authority to conduct the funeral of his sister, who died recently of cancer. This incident led to a presidential commission's investigation into the deaths of almost thirty thousand citizens of Cuba during the last decade of the dictator Fulgencio Batista's regime. The film provides a careful and compelling examination of this period of the nation's history, giving the viewer a deep understanding of the political tensions and challenges facing the government at the time. Unfortunately, the film is not quite as good as it could have been. The story is complicated and multilayered, and it sometimes takes a long time to fully grasp the implications of the film's themes. This is especially true of the first act, in which a small group of refugees from Batista's regime flee to the United States, where they meet a Mexican family and are given refuge in their home. The film briefly dwells on the Mexican family's immigration, but this period of the story is less interesting than the first act. The Mexican family has to flee again and they all must adapt to their new lives. This part of the film also tends to drag and, at times, it is hard to care about any of the characters. The second act of the film focuses on a gang of Cuban refugees who are stranded in a small town outside of Havana. This section of the film is quite fascinating and provides an interesting insight into the difficulties faced by the refugees. Unfortunately, the film is more interested in showing us what happens in the United States, than in the Cuban refugees. The refugees in the United States are far more interesting and the acting is better in this film. The cast is filled with interesting actors and actresses, including Denis Quinto, Eva Amurri, and Robert Ginty. Amurri and Ginty are excellent and add much to the film's realism. There are also a number of memorable supporting performances, including Geraldine Chaplin, Juan Pablo Aranda, and Celia Sanchez. The film's second act is more interesting, but it too drags and, in my opinion, the second act suffers from the problem of becoming too long. The third act of the film, however, is actually a lot better than the second act and, in this part, the film takes a more interesting and artistic approach. This third act is much more involved and fascinating than the first act and, in this section,

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Cheryl W.

A remarkably slow and thoughtful film from Hungary. A film which reminds me of the classic film FASSBENDER in a lot of ways. Where FASSBENDER had great lighting and a good story, this one has a great story, but it is not quite as good as the original. There is also a certain amount of exploitation of nudity in this film, but it's all done well and tastefully. A well made film, if you have time for it. See it.

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Arthur

It is quite possible that this film is the most loved film of all time in Spain. As well as being the most highly-acclaimed, it is also a film that has been talked about endlessly and treated as a classic. The film's main theme is that of the Spanish working class. This is a controversial subject, but there is something for everyone in this movie. In this case, that is the portrayal of an educated, middle-class family. For this reason, the film has been highly praised. But in my opinion, the most interesting aspect of this film is the way in which it deals with the subject of an older man's desire for a younger woman. This theme is tackled head on and is the basis of the film's argument. It is also what makes this film a masterpiece. If you liked Citizen Kane, you will probably like this film as well. In this film, the conflict between the people and the institutions is one of the best things in this film. The music and the sound editing are also superb. However, the film is a little slow in parts, as it does not have the magic of Citizen Kane. The film was nominated for Best Film at the 1998 Cannes Film Festival, and was also nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2000 Academy Awards. * out of *

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Joshua

A fine crime film that gives you a true sense of the life and nature of the Hungarian counter-revolution in the late 1920s. The Hungarian scene during the 1920s is the first to emerge in film history, so it was inevitable that a film about it would be made. The movie was directed by Ignacio Corleone, and the script was written by Magda Kuhl, a Hungarian born American whose mother was Hungarian. The movie is based on the book by Tibor Szabo, and like any great crime film it is based on facts, which are detailed, sometimes exaggerated, sometimes well presented. The plot is true, but it is also based on good-hearted heroism. The story starts with the murder of a policeman, a young man named Stanislas Rachinski, by the gang that goes by the name of the Batas. A woman named Antoaneta Pudziela (Przemyslaw Dymkowski) is sent by the government to interrogate Stanislas Rachinski. Her questions are somewhat unfair and she is told that she is a woman and that she is not to take her name. She does not know who Stanislas is and believes that she is not telling the truth. Stanislas, however, has information that the killers are Jews. The plot takes us to a prison where Stanislas is serving a life sentence for his part in the murder of a young woman named Bela (Sonia Tukur). Stanislas' wife, Maria, tries to convince him to tell the truth, but Stanislas doesn't want to, not to forget about his daughter and the children that he has left behind. In prison Stanislas falls in love with the inmate in charge, who is named Sobel (Mikolaj Gajas). He then goes to the Batas gang and tells them the truth about Sobel, and they begin to believe him. Sobel takes Stanislas under his wing and then they form a friendship. Sobel and Stanislas form a kind of love triangle, and they eventually end up together. Sobel goes to the Batas gang in order to help Stanislas get out of prison, and the only way to do this is to kill Sobel. Sobel has already prepared a way to kill Stanislas, but he doesn't know it. The Batas gang in turn has prepared a way to kill Stanislas. This movie tells a good story and tells a good story with great acting. The direction by Ignacio Corleone is great and the movie is entertaining to

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Olivia

The very first and very best Spanish movie I've ever seen is "Quando las cabeza" by Pedro Almodovar. He's the man who brings the the fifties and sixties style to the modern world. In that movie he talks about the most basic things: good and evil, free will and destiny, love and relationships, humanity, equality, freedom, religion, faith, etc. (what else do you need?) Everything that can make the difference between life and death, happiness and pain. The movie is about "the con" in the only honest way: it's about the drug trade in a very serious way. The way it's shown is simple: the drug dealers are hired by a terrorist group to kill the President of a country, but it turns out that the drug dealer is also a drug addict. He must go to a rehab centre to recover his mind, and he meets two women who are in his thoughts. But as soon as he leaves the centre, he gets a job and then the only way out is death. I believe that Almodovar has a talent that he didn't show in his previous movies, in that he has the power to make everything work with no compromise or rules. If you're a fan of Almodovar, I would definitely recommend "Quando Las Cabeza" to you. And for sure, if you're an Almodovar fan, you will enjoy it even more. 9/10

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Amy S.

I love Argentina, and this movie is a great movie of the way of life in the country. It is very realistic and I love it because it tells about life in Argentina. I want to see it again and again, and I think I'm gonna watch it a lot of times. The movie is very well done, with good performances and amazing performances by the actors. The story is a little bit boring, because there is not much happening, but it is very realistic. I recommend this movie to everybody, because it's a great movie.

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Eugene Mendoza

I can't remember the last time I saw a movie that has given me so much to think about. It was probably because the actors were so good and the movie so well-made, that it really made me think about things. I loved the way the film showed the life of this family, with different kinds of people and different ways of life, each with their own problems and problems. I also loved the way the movie showed us how the people of the time lived their lives. Each of the characters had their own problems and problems, so we were really able to understand their lives. It was also very touching to see how they were able to overcome those problems, and how they were able to accept and work through their problems. They were also able to overcome their differences and learn to love each other. I would have loved to have been able to see some of the old movies that this movie was based on, but the movie had to be on DVD, so that was unfortunate.

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Catherine H.

A little over two hours long, the film is divided into three parts: The beginning, the middle, and the end. At first the film looks like a typical indie film with a sort of Euro-trash feel. But, after a few minutes of viewing, it becomes clear that this is not the case. After the opening scenes, it becomes clear that the film was well-directed. It is a short film with an excellent story. The first part is much more serious and dark than the second. However, I think this makes the second part much more enjoyable. The acting is good, especially the acting of Martin Breslin. The characters are well-developed and you feel sorry for the characters because they are such ugly people. The story is good and I think it is the best part of the film. The first part is very good because it shows the feelings of the characters and the atmosphere that the film is in. In the second part, it is a bit different, but it is also a good story. Overall, I think this is a good film that shows the truth of drug addiction. The first part is much better than the second because it shows the beauty of the drug addicts. The second part is also good because it shows the dangers of drugs and the difference between a drug addict and someone who is just looking for a drug. Overall, I think this is a great film. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Nathan Tran

Heres the deal, I have never been a fan of any type of entertainment or political message. That said, I was not aware of this movie, but after I saw it, I was hooked and was extremely entertained by the acting. The movie was absolutely true to life. My main concern was the anti-Israel point of view in this movie. It is really hard to have a problem with a movie about the Palestinian people. In a way, it should be easy to make a movie about Palestinians, and they should be the good guys. They have rights and they deserve to be heard. Yet in this movie, the Israelis are portrayed as the bad guys, who are responsible for the deaths of innocent people. I could not help but feel sorry for these people. I wanted to see how they would react to what was happening, but I was disappointed. The ending was very disappointing. There were no clear answers and no satisfying answer. The only thing I could say was "that's how it should have ended".

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Donald

I was a bit worried when I saw the poster for this movie, but it was actually quite intriguing, not only because of the romantic elements, but also because of the possibility of it being one of those 'superb' movies of the future. The beginning, however, was a bit disappointing. It seemed that it was an attempt to build up to the tension of the second half of the movie. However, the first half is absolutely excellent, and I still enjoyed the second half immensely, so I was extremely happy to find out that it was one of the most interesting films of the year. I was also happy to see that a little less was made of the plot in the second half, and that the story of the film was able to be told as many different ways. In fact, there were times when I felt the film was pretty much underdeveloped, but I was able to accept that fact because of the whole very nice combination of tension and drama that went on throughout the second half. In fact, the second half of the movie was a lot better than I had expected it to be. I must admit that it is definitely not one of the greatest films of the year, but it was still very interesting and certainly worth seeing. There were definitely a few problems with this movie, but the biggest one I had with this movie is the fact that it is not the best film of the year. There are a lot of great movies, and I still consider it to be the best film of the year. However, I did not like this movie, and I felt that it could have been much better than it was. I think that the director really did not do a very good job of making this movie a great film, and that he tried to make it very interesting in order to get people to buy it, but that worked against him. Also, there was a part of the movie that felt very forced and unnecessary. It was also a little strange that I did not like the characters in the film, and that I felt that there were not a lot of different emotions and feelings that they had. There were also some very obvious and unnecessary events that were really hard to get past. On the other hand, I did not feel that this movie was very good, and it is not a movie that I would buy on DVD. I still consider it to be one of the best films of the year, and I would recommend it to anyone that is into the kind of films that I described above.

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Nancy

I'm not a big fan of drama films. I find them so unconvincing that they become boring. I was really intrigued by this film because of the way it was directed. It seems to me that in the film there was a very clear representation of how people in a certain part of society act. In this way, I found it really compelling. The movie has some very violent scenes. I think this is because it is really about the people and their relationship with the environment, the soil. The performances of the main actors were very good, and it's nice to see that in a more natural way. I really liked the way the director put all these things together. I think he did a really good job.

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Joshua S.

This is a story of a family that is running out of money. The father has to sell the house he is renting and buy a truck and pay off his debts. The mother has to sell the house and pay off her debts. The son, who is in prison for a crime he did not commit, has to sell his wife and take a new wife to replace her. The two sons have to sell their house and take a new house to replace it. They have to do this because they are out of money. However, this does not help them financially because they cannot afford a truck to take them to the promised land. The father, the son and the mother decide to give it all away to get money for their debt. In the process, the sons discover their true feelings about women and about their own weaknesses. In the end, the two sons become more than the mother and the father ever could have imagined. It is a movie that is rich with character and realistic. I cannot recommend this movie highly enough.

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Sara

I think this is one of the better films in the Latin-American cinema. It is a film about Latin America's rich history, and it's not for everyone, but it is also very interesting and is worth seeing. The film starts in 1808, when a rich banker (Ramon Jara) travels to Brazil to collect the debts of a group of Indians that he wants to set up. The Indians live in an Indian village in the Brazilian jungle, and their story is told to the banker. In the middle of the film, he is captured by the Indians, who use him to repay the debts of the banker. Eventually the Indians turn the banker into a man, but they leave his body behind. The banker's life is a complete story, and as the film progresses, it reveals more and more about the Indian community. It also gives a much wider view of the Brazilian society than it had in the beginning, which was mostly made up of rich people. I was surprised how much it seemed like a film about an American. I felt the characters were the same as those of The Big Sleep, and many of the scenes were quite similar. Also, it is not a perfect film, it has some good things, but also some bad things. The story is very good, but I found the ending very disappointing. The Indian people treated the banker like a "dinosaur", and it was disappointing to see the Indian people treated as the "dinosaur". It was like a Brazilian version of "Star Wars" (1980). Although the film is not a classic, it is a good film, and worth seeing.

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John

This is the most beautiful movie I have ever seen, the songs in the film are so beautiful and beautiful. I really enjoy all the characters. The last part of the movie is really painful and it is like they are all waiting for the last step of the journey to finish it. And that's what I love about this movie, it's the journey of all the characters, they want to be happy, but it's not easy. They have all kind of difficulties and no one is really happy, they don't want to be happy but they are very much happy, and it is very hard to be happy, because you don't want to let go of the past. If you are not sure about seeing this movie, you have to watch it.

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Eric Simmons

A brave and funny movie by an independent director.The story and the experience is a true witness of our times, a history of torture, injustice, deportation and genocide. A modern, convincing and dangerous film, which reveals the experience of those times and the pain and suffering that were the result of it.We know the story, the film is a very personal one, for some it might be impossible to see it in any other way than a portrait of a real person.I was very moved by the experience, the characters and the images of human life.If you liked this film you will like the movie "Se gyurán oc szupad", also by the same director.I recommend it.

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Katherine

The cast is spectacular. The story is intelligent, the acting is superb. The violence is minimal, and at times rather light, and the sexual content is more in the eye of the beholder than in the plot. It's a film for mature adults, but also for younger ones who are willing to take a chance with a different, darker, and much more intense story. I hope this one gets more publicity, because it's an excellent film that deserves more attention. I hope that it's a short-run, because it's only one hour long, and even then the film never lags. It's not perfect, and it's not for everyone, but it's a good film, that deserves more attention than it has received, and I hope that the DVD will be coming out soon.

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Michelle

The movie depicts a dictatorship in Chile in the years after the fall of the military junta in a very realistic way. For a dictator, it's not easy to defend his power, but the movie shows that he has no choice but to resort to dirty tricks and the repression. There are many scenes in the movie which show the effects of these dirty tricks, but the movie is mainly about the reaction of the people. I liked the way the movie presents the situation of the people during the dictatorship. I think that the movie is very good.