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Nossa Chape

NOSSA CHAPE tracks the rebuilding of the Chapecoense football club in Brazil after an airplane carrying the team crashed on November 28th, 2016, leaving all but three of the players dead. With exclusive access to the new team, families of the deceased, and three surviving players, this documentary shows a team and a city divided about how to handle tragedy - should they focus on keeping the memory of the dead alive or moving on with their own lives? As the team flies the same fated route to play the final championship game that last year's team would have played, they must unite around a common identity.

Other Titles
Unser Team - Nossa Chape, わがチーム、墜落事故からの復活
Running Time
1 hours 41 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Sport, Documentary
Michael Zimbalist, Julian Duque, Jeff Zimbalist, Julián Camilo Duque
Michael Zimbalist, Jeff Zimbalist
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about sport «Nossa Chape» (22)

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This movie does not quite have the charm and emotional impact of the best movies made of athletes. But it does make a very good point about the importance of a good game, and how much you can truly appreciate that. A solid effort by all involved.

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Susan W.

A very cool documentary. A must see!

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Cheryl B.

I don't have much to say about this film, except that it was an outstanding story, a lot of courage and selflessness, and a lot of life. I really liked it. I just saw it once, and it's available on DVD, so I watched it over and over. It's hard to believe that this film has been made in 2005, but the fact that it's still standing so strong and people are still talking about it is amazing. I'm still angry that some people have a problem with it, but I'm sure that they'll look back on it in a different way in the future. It's a wonderful story that deserves to be told, and this movie gives it a whole new life.

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Peter Green

This is a very good movie, but I must say, the director had a lot of flaws. I'm sorry but the fact that he had to do an interview about the issue of doping and that there was a lot of doping in that period of time, was just not acceptable. I understand that he was making a movie, but he should have had more confidence in his audience and his film makers. A lot of things could have been edited out. I don't know what is going on in Russia, but it doesn't make sense to talk about it in this film. Maybe in the future, they will have some problems, but I think they will be able to deal with it. I think that the main point was about the human aspects of the game, which is important, but this was missing a lot of things. I was surprised that the greatest medal of all time was not discussed in the movie, and I believe that it is important to have that element, but I don't think it was properly done. The thing that was important about the movie was the athletes, and that is what I would recommend it for. If you want to know more about the sport, this movie is not a bad choice.

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Monsanto, the world's largest seed company, has received a lot of bad press recently. In particular, they were responsible for the "Superweeds" that were causing massive crop failures across the country, and a new book called "Harvest of Shame" was released with claims that their efforts were behind the spread of the incredibly nasty and often fatal disease, "Ebola". In the documentary, "Dirty Monsanto", the film makers interview many scientists and the results of a study that was done by a team of scientists led by John Holdren, the director of the White House's National Economic Council, show a rather contradictory story. Their study showed that all the efforts to eradicate the deadly disease, "Ebola", came up short and that the virus was not actually passed on from animals to people. While the documentary did not make the claim that the seeds themselves caused the disease, the study showed that they could have, and in fact, Monsanto was not fully responsible for the death of so many people. It was the agency's failure to remove all of the seed from the field that caused the problem. What's more, the scientists showed that the biotechnology company was not the only one that contributed to the spread of the disease. Farmers in the area also failed to take the necessary steps to protect their fields from the "superweeds" that were destroying their crops, and their fields were heavily infested with the fungus that made the disease more severe. The new study did show that the threat of the "Ebola" virus had been underestimated. In fact, they had previously calculated that it would take about ten years for the virus to cause the same kind of destruction as they had in the areas they were studied, but what they found was that there was actually enough time for it to spread. It is clear that the governments in the region had not acted as the proper stewards of their resources, and had not acted to protect the environment, including the environment in their own country. A person who has lived in Sierra Leone for the past two years and is not interested in the propaganda that surrounds the topic of the company should have no problem in accepting the truth. "Harvest of Shame" shows what happens when a nation, and a company, that wants to profit from something, wants to take it too far. The movie is a great opportunity to educate the viewer about the dangers of the destructive seeds that Monsanto and other companies are responsible for, and to try and avoid the fate that has befallen so many people. Despite all the criticisms, this is an important film. For people who want to see a documentary about the dangers of the seeds that Monsanto has been involved with, it is definitely worth seeing. It is sad, but it is also a good lesson in the dangers of big business. If you are not an active activist, you might want to wait for this film to be released on DVD, but it is still worth seeing. The message is well-crafted, and it is a good film for all who want to learn more about the dangers of big business. "Harvest of Shame" is a great film for all to learn about the dangers of Monsanto and the company that has ruined many lives.

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Nossa Chape is a great movie that shows the true nature of the world. We do not always have to be a victim to be a winner, as some people try to make us believe. The movie is a great example of showing the future and how we should look at the world. I enjoyed the movie and can recommend it to anyone. I liked how the movie gave a message about the world and the reality of the planet. I also like how the movie showed a different view of what the world is like. I also liked the fact that the movie did not show the fight between each other. I was also happy that it was not based on a true story. I was also happy that the movie was not the typical big Hollywood movie. The movie shows the real thing and what the world is like. The actors did an amazing job with the roles and I was impressed with the way the movie was filmed. The camera work was beautiful and I liked how the movie showed the difference between what the film was showing and the real thing. I would recommend this movie to anyone that loves the world and wishes to see the reality of the planet.

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Larry Dean

I do not like this film, it does not excite me. I found it to be very dull and bland. If you are looking for an inspiring documentary of a good life in tennis you will not find it here. But if you are a tennis fan, this is a must see. It's a beautifully shot film with some terrific music. I also thought the music in this film was very good. There is a very funny song by Barbra Streisand that I find really good. And I do think this is the best tennis documentary I have ever seen.

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This is a great documentary for people who don't want to be told how they should be. It is not a simple, easily accessible and emotion-driven documentary, but it is not lacking in the emotion department. It is not for the politically correct, or those who have never been to a sports event, or the more jaded fans of the game. But it is not for the 'useless worker' (whatever that is) who wants to make a documentary about the sport they love. The documentary is good, and it has its fair share of drama, but it does not leave you empty. The actors are great, and it is nice to see many of them in their prime. If you are a football fan and you watch it, you can see this for the most part, if you don't follow the game. It is a great film for football fans, but it is not going to be your typical football doc. In conclusion, a great documentary, and a film I can recommend to all the fans of football, it is a good one.

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Jerry V.

A documentary of two young men from northern China who have a passion for the sport of wrestling. The film is a fascinating journey into a world which has no place for these boys and girls. The film, whilst is quite a complex subject, is always interesting and has many memorable scenes. I think the best thing about this film is that it is not a propaganda film about the wrestling and is never overly depressing or dull. Instead, it is a passionate love story that is certainly different. It shows what people have to go through when they are young and doesn't give you a whole lot of time to think about how the world might look in 30 years time. That being said, the film is not without its flaws. The characters are very stereotypical and the film is very heavy on the wrestling. It also seems that the film was made in a rush. The film is not bad but it is certainly not great either. The one scene that sticks out in my mind is when the two wrestlers are having their training in a house and there is a song that I thought was so funny and so over the top it was almost funny. As a film it is not great but I thought it was a good look into a world that I know nothing about.

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This is an excellent documentary about the troubled lives of the most popular soccer team in Mexico. While not the most exciting of sports, soccer is a social game with real social meaning. Soccer is played in Mexico by about 100 million people, and the United States is home to another 60 million. At the time of filming, there were about 700,000 players. While soccer has changed over the years, the team's life has not. The documentary follows the team from its origins in the 1930s to the present day. The team is called Chape and is very well known. In the 1930s, the team was considered to be the best in Mexico. By 1940, the team was at its peak. It won the championship for several years, but was not considered a true national team until the 1970s. Then, the team was considered a joke. Many people were upset with the team, and that's why they went on strike. The team was divided, and the team was under heavy criticism for its anti-social behavior. When the team was divided, the players and coaches got into a war of words with each other. In the film, the team's supporters come to the rescue. The Chape fans do their best to keep the team together. But it's hard work, and sometimes the fans are the ones who break the team apart. The Chape players are not famous or famous athletes. They are people who have different talents, and are trying to find a way to make the team work. The players are not famous for being good soccer players, but they are very talented. In the film, the players talk about the team's problems and how they try to fix them. There are many famous athletes in the film, including baseball players, wrestling and gymnastics. These athletes are not necessarily athletes in the sport of soccer, but they are the real stars of soccer. This is a good film for soccer fans and for fans of soccer in general. It's a nice documentary about soccer, the players, and the people who are involved in the team.

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Thomas Bennett

I've been hearing some criticism of the documentary. I think that is the problem. It has the advantage of showing both sides of the argument. It does not try to go in-depth into each side, instead it is a very balanced documentary about football and the love/hate relationship between it and the natives of South America. It also does not try to play to either side of the argument, instead it gives both sides of the argument a fair chance. I am not a football fan, but I do have some knowledge of football and I have read the history of the game, so I understand the argument. I do not believe that it is an anti-football documentary, in fact it is more of an anti-football film. It is an attempt to show that the love/hate relationship between football and South America has been a part of human history for centuries. There is no arguing with this. The film is just for fans of football. It does not claim to be a documentary, but rather a film about football. It is a very honest film, and it is one of the best films I have seen about football in a long time.

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Having seen the many documentaries about the Australian and South African soccer teams, and the entire sport, I thought I'd give this a try. The first thing I noticed was the obvious parallels to the Australian and South African teams. There are many, many similarities between the two countries. But the documentary also brought out the differences, and made them more interesting to watch. The first of these differences is that the Australian team is made up of young players, and the South African team is made up of older players. This has always been a problem for the sport, and this documentary is made up of interviews with many current and former South African soccer players, all of whom had great memories of the great times that the South African teams had during the 1980s and 1990s. There are also interviews with the players who were forced to leave the sport due to doping and other issues. I thought the acting was good, and the style was good. I especially liked the way that the film portrayed the relationship between the players, as well as the football players themselves. All in all, I enjoyed this documentary very much, and would recommend it to any soccer fan, or anyone who is interested in soccer in general.

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I was looking for a movie to watch that I had not heard of and I saw the title of this movie in the video store and picked it up because of the title. It seemed interesting and I thought the trailer had a good idea of what the movie was about. I thought it would be a great movie to watch with my boys because it was going to be a movie about boys playing soccer. The one boy in the movie seemed like he would enjoy it and he really did. It was interesting to see what happens when there are two boys playing together and seeing how the game affects the boys. It was very interesting. I thought the guys did a good job of being true to the sport of soccer. They put a lot of emotion into the sport and it was very well done. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a good soccer movie.

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Gary Keller

I am a die-hard follower of the World Cup and the tournament itself. This documentary is well done and has many interesting facts. The main reason I watched it was because it's Brazilian. However, I don't regret it because I thoroughly enjoyed the story and I learned something new. I especially enjoyed the amazing documentary on the women's soccer team. The documentary focuses on the lives of the players, how they deal with the pressure and what they have to do to get the results they deserve. The women's soccer team is like a family, the coach and the coach's wife are in love with the players. The coach and his wife are the biggest supporters of the team and they are always there for the players. The players are very important and this documentary shows that. They are also very good friends and they don't care about any other people. They are very well prepared for the World Cup and they are not afraid to be the star of the team. I recommend this documentary to people who are looking for something different. It's a good story and it will keep you interested and entertained. The only thing I didn't like is the introduction of the soccer player. It was a little slow and it took a little while to get into the story. However, I would definitely watch the documentary again.

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Nancy Wood

In this compelling documentary, journalist Jules Robin shows us the effects of apartheid on the South African footballers of the 1970s. The South African footballers of the apartheid era were forbidden from playing professional soccer. They were forced to train at home. They had no freedom to speak their minds, and the government had total control over the team's finances and player-related matters. Jules Robin gives us a fascinating and inspiring story of how the footballers of the apartheid era overcame the obstacles and were able to perform at their best. This is a powerful film that should be seen by everyone.

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Pamela Green

A young man is found dead in a deep pit after being rescued from a sinking ship. He was a member of a successful crew, but the captain died. The young man then becomes the local hero. He is chased by the rival gang. He must survive the streets of Buenos Aires to become the hero. It's a simple story, but a great one. The only thing I didn't like about this film is that the villain was a woman. The film has a good amount of action and drama. The hero is a young man and he is always the one to save the day. There are many scenes of him in action. There are also some sad scenes, which was a nice touch. The story is not the best, but it's a great one. The acting is good. The directing is good. It's a great movie, which will keep you interested until the end.

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Virginia Banks

What to say about this documentary? Well, I was already a big fan of Nossa Chape, and this movie also confirms my opinion. I was expecting this movie to be rather short, but it was only 1 hour and 30 minutes long. It's not an extremely long movie, but it is still really enjoyable. This movie tells the story of a college football team that has achieved success, but their coach has retired after a year. And it's up to the players to become the team's coach, even if it's not an easy job. The whole movie has a very good script. And this script is full of great quotes and some important facts that you have to know to understand what's going on in the movie. I don't think I've ever heard of a movie about a college football team where all of the players play on a common team, where they are all playing in the same team, where all of them are the same age. But it's all here. I think this is probably the most important thing about this movie. The team is not a bunch of geniuses. It's not a bunch of super-talents. The team's stars aren't people who are born with a natural talent. It's not a bunch of high-school kids who are best friends forever. The team is a bunch of people who are trying to make their way to the top in the college football world. And what makes this team work so well is that they all come from different backgrounds, different countries, and different backgrounds of people. They are from different nationalities. They have different degrees of education, and they all come from different social backgrounds. This movie shows that sometimes the things that make a person unique or special can also make him or her different. The movie is not about football, it's not about the players. It's about the culture of college football. And that's what makes this movie so entertaining and entertaining. I am a huge football fan and a huge Nossa Chape fan. And this movie gave me a great perspective on Nossa Chape. But it's not a movie that I would recommend to anyone. If you want to know more about Nossa Chape, go watch the documentary "A State of Mind" or watch the two-part documentary "Our Century" and "Nossa Chape: The Untold Story" which tell the story of Nossa Chape. If you want to know more about the history of Nossa Chape, you can also check out the official website of Nossa Chape.

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Jonathan M.

As I watched this movie I wondered how the heck it was going to be even possible to make such a movie. And then it happened. It was a great film, and it deserves all the credit that it got. The actors were good, and the scenes were interesting. I really like the way that it is based on a true story. It is a very realistic film. But what really surprised me is that I have never seen such a movie made about a South American team competing in a tournament. The fact that they did not even have to pay to play in the tournament is the reason that I am so amazed. I have seen some of the most realistic sports movies in the past. But not until this one. This is an awesome movie. I recommend it to everybody. It is a very good movie.

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Amber Bell

A look at the South American Football Championship between Paraguay and Uruguay, taking place in Santiago, Chile, during the 90's. The World Cup is still in full swing, but not nearly as big as it was back then. What we get is a look at the teams, and the play that goes into the game. I enjoyed this film and look forward to more from Tolo, hoping to see more from him. While not a comprehensive film, it's worth a look for soccer fans.

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Emma Sims

I have seen the documentary many times and it's a great watch, but I also think it should be made available on DVD or as a trailer. It's not just a good documentary, but it's a documentary you can watch over and over again and never get bored of. The information is fascinating, the cinematography is wonderful, the actors are excellent and the documentary format allows the viewer to really get into the game. The content is actually the best part of the documentary and not just the interviews. If the documentary could have been released as a trailer, it would have been fantastic, because you could watch it over and over again and never get bored of it. The only complaint I have is that the trailer doesn't show the two best moments of the documentary, because I don't want to spoil the documentary, but the second one is great and the first one is great. I would recommend the documentary to anyone who wants to know more about the game.

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What a great film! I thought the acting was great. The cast did a wonderful job and I thought that the storyline was really good. I am a huge fan of Argentinian football and I thought this movie was going to be great but I was totally wrong. It is not a documentary and it is not a documentary. It is more of a fun film. I don't want to say anything about the subject of the film but I can say that it is very entertaining. The movie is filled with great sports footage. It also has some great interviews with the players and coaches and even the families. It was really great. I loved it! The movie is not for everyone but I think it is a great movie to watch with your friends. It is a must see.

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Helen G.

I loved the film. It is full of beautiful shots and captures the theme of the film well. I think the shots were beautifully photographed and the story was engaging. I thought the cinematography was good, the music was excellent and the actors were good. The actors portrayed their characters very well. The dialogues were funny and the story was simple and enjoyable. I think this film is good for a family and I think it is one of the best films of the year. It is a good film for people who like a good story. If you like Brazilian movies, you should see this film. It is a must see.