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Aquarela

Water is the main protagonist, seen in all its great and terrible beauty. Mountains of ice move and break apart as if they had a life of their own. Kossakovsky's film travels the world, from the precarious frozen waters of Russia's Lake Baikal and Miami in the throes of Hurricane Irma, to Venezuela's mighty Angel Falls in order to paint a portrait of this fluid life force in all its glorious forms. Fragile humans experience life and death, joy and despair in the face of its power.

Other Titles
Aquarela - L'odyssée de l'eau, Aquarela: A Força da Natureza
Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Viktor Kosakovskiy
Writer
Aimara Reques, Viktor Kosakovskiy
Country
Germany, UK, USA, Denmark
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Aquarela» (21)

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Helen

My husband and I just watched this documentary at home on DVD. We have been vegetarians for about 20 years and we couldn't help but laugh out loud. After reading the book "We Should All Be Vegetarians" we were shocked that the majority of people in the world don't practice it. The movie gives a lot of information on why the world doesn't practice vegetarianism, and the film is a lot more personal than you may expect. The story is so relatable and it's really well-acted. The movie is just an enjoyable, entertaining, and informative movie. We watched it with our four children. I can't wait to see it again.

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Austin

This is an excellent film that brings into focus the problems of being a woman in a patriarchal society. The film depicts the variety of problems faced by the young women in that society, from a young girl who has been sexually abused to a woman who is physically forced into prostitution. The film also brings out the issue of women's rights and the lack of opportunity for women in that society. A lot of the problems discussed in the film are rooted in the patriarchal society, and it is a sad commentary on the nature of the system. This film is definitely a must see, it is well worth the time to watch.

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Carol W.

I've never been to Ecuador, and I'm actually from Buenos Aires. This documentary is a nice look into what the country is like for the poor. It's fascinating to watch the poor struggle, and how they find a way to survive. This documentary is very honest, and has some very powerful and important messages. I really appreciated the honesty in this documentary. It was very well done. This documentary is worth seeing, and it's a great start for a trip to Ecuador. This documentary was very well done. The way the director talked about the hardships of the poor was very important. It really helped to understand why the poor have to resort to crime to survive. I really recommend this documentary.

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Adam

This is a documentary about the people who swim in the bay of the Bay of Bengal. For more than 40 years, it was a national monument. But now, the government of India has decided to demolish it. So, the people have to swim in the bay to stop the bulldozers from getting in. We have a lot of information about this, including interviews with the people, the government officials and the people themselves. I hope people will see this documentary and take action. But, for now, the bay is a national monument. Hopefully, this documentary will change India's minds about this. My vote is ten. Title (Brazil): "Bay of the Bay of Bengal"

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Ann

What is really great about this movie is that there is a special effect shot of the skull with a cloud of dust around it. There are also several shots of the world being played in on a screen with an illustration of a skull in it. This is a fantastic and beautiful movie. If you can find it, buy it, rent it, borrow it, don't buy it, watch it. You will be greatly entertained.

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George Beck

The film is full of facts that are not very well known. The film is an excellent tool to show how important the world is to those who live here, but also how important our environment is to the ones that live far away from here. There is no doubt that the next generation will have a lot to think about when it comes to our planet. I hope that this film gets the attention it deserves. The film is really well done, well shot and edited, and it's full of interesting facts about the world. I can't wait to see it again!

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Michelle Montgomery

The world is one of the most beautiful places on the planet. Life on this planet is not only dependent on the ocean, but the other natural resources like land and water. This movie is a must see. From a high level perspective, it is a must see for people who have not had the opportunity to experience it. It is an inspiring movie, and should be seen by all of us. It is a great opportunity to understand our planet in a different way. As long as you have not seen it, go see it!

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Edward

Aquarela (2006) (Director: Karina Leite) The second and final in a series of documentaries on the controversial topic of the kidnapping of children. The first was "The Body Snatchers" (1982) with the question of how a group of disturbed individuals can find common ground and form a kind of support system. This film is the third and final in a series of documentaries on the subject of the kidnapping of children. It was made by a group of people that don't know each other. It is based on the experiences of a man who was involved in the kidnapping of two boys, one of them was killed. The film is a very good one, but at the same time it is very shocking, very realistic and very interesting. The documentary is very fascinating and it gives a great insight to the story and the people involved. It is a very impressive film, but at the same time it is a very disturbing one. It is a very important documentary about the kidnapping of children and the people involved. I recommend this film to people who are interested in the topic of child abduction. Rated R; Sexual Situations, Graphic Violence, Nudity, Drug Use, and Profanity.

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Julia C.

I was very impressed with this film. I am a fan of Julia Roberts and I really enjoyed watching her in this film. It is very well directed. I thought that this film was very well made. The story is very interesting and the characters are very well developed. I think that this film is very important to show that people can change. It also shows that if people don't listen to the wrong people, then there will always be those who will listen to the wrong people. I think that this film is very important to show that no matter what people think or what they say, people can change and make a difference.

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Johnny Phillips

I really liked this documentary. The fact that they chose to not show some scenes at the beginning of the film was a huge plus. The documentaries, as well as the documentaries that follow, are so much more than just a documentary. They are an art form. They are more than just a documentary. This documentary was really inspiring. I recommend it to anyone who is open-minded. It's a great film. It's really great to see what life is like for the animals that are raised for food. The lives that these animals live are really, really sad and I was shocked to see what these animals live. I have never heard of this documentary before, but I'm glad that I got to see it.

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Sean May

The story of the film is really unique, but I think that the real artist of the movie is the director, who is an artist, who has made this movie for me. It is an intense and beautiful movie, with a beautiful message, and an unforgettable soundtrack. The director has made a beautiful piece of art, that I can't describe.

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Jacob Estrada

A great documentary about the influence of science on our society. Shows us that there are some things that cannot be changed by any other force in our society, and that we can't change them on our own. It shows us how this is a terrible burden to carry, and that it causes a lot of damage to the scientific and technological community. The result is that a lot of people are misled by the science and technology community. The problem is that they try to protect themselves from the consequences of their actions, and not help the people who are being harmed. I think that this documentary is a great message of our time, and should be shown to everyone. I highly recommend this movie to everyone. I am a little bit skeptical about the title "The World as It Is". I thought that I would have to see more than one planet to get the full meaning of that title. I think that this documentary is very well made, and shows that we all have the responsibility to protect the environment and the people that live in it.

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Carol

Aquarela is a documentary about the first international meeting of the best-selling children's book author. It is a very intense and moving movie, and is certainly one of the best documentaries I have seen in my life. It's a rare thing to see a movie about children's books, and the book itself is one of the most popular children's books ever. The story is well-written, the actors are very good, and the ending is touching and heart-warming. The film is so intense and intense that the DVD is not enough for this movie. The DVD is also extremely well-made, with a great picture quality and an excellent audio. The DVD also includes some great extras, including a behind-the-scenes featurette. It is a very well-made film, but if you don't have the opportunity to see it, don't hesitate. It's a movie that will not be forgotten.

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Tammy Price

While this film is not the typical Oscar winner, it is not entirely unwatchable. I believe it's important to have a strong visual and emotional experience that cannot be easily described. The cinematography and color tone are sublime. This film is not the typical story of the good guy vs. the bad guy. The beauty of the story is the relationship between the two main characters and the scenes that take place around the relationships. I'm not usually into films about a relationship, but I felt like I was really invested in this film. I think it's really important to get a picture of what love really is and how important it is. The film's message is to not only believe in love, but to live it. The acting is great and they capture the emotions of their characters perfectly. The cinematography is brilliant. I feel that the movie is much more than just a movie. It's more than just a documentary on the lives of immigrants. It's a social commentary on the role of immigrants in American society. This is a film that you should definitely see.

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Jack Graham

This documentary, a collection of images from the National Archives, gives us a glimpse into the lives of the Japanese people. There's so much to see in this collection that it's hard to pick one. However, the one image that is the most moving is that of the baby, Abe, who was carried by a group of American soldiers in 1945. The image shows a little boy, in an American uniform, on the same date that the baby was taken away from him. What a wonderful story, a tale of family, love, friendship, and the power of the human spirit. It's a great story, told with compassion and humor. It's also a story of how our history can be used to benefit the world, and how we can take back our country from the horrors of war.

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Sandra

I am very pleased with this film. It is the best documentary I have ever seen, and I would say that it is the best documentary I have ever seen on the other side of the world. It is very inspiring, and reminds me that we, as people, are important in our own right. I give this film a 10, and I give it a 10 for the people who were involved in making this documentary. They did a great job!

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Benjamin

This film is a rare opportunity to watch an amazing documentary about the dangers of the sea. Although the topic is a very important one, the film is also a very good example of how documentary films should be made. I never expected to find such a great documentary in my life. It's not a scientific study of the ocean, it's not a documentary about the sea, it's a documentary about the ocean. It's not an attempt to tell you how the sea is and what you should do, it's not an attempt to tell you how the sea is and what you should do, it's a documentary about the ocean. If you're interested in the sea, you should watch this film. The only thing that keeps you away is the fact that the film is a bit long, but it's a very good film and it's very important to watch. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the sea, and I recommend it to all of you who are interested in the sea. It's a great documentary that everyone should see.

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Keith Rivera

I think this is a great documentary. The two main actors are very strong and compelling. The camera work is also very effective. The way it was filmed was very different from other documentaries. The way the director changed the way he did his shots made the documentary stand out. It was very exciting to watch the movie and feel the movie was just as important as the actor. If you are interested in cinema, see this movie. I recommend this movie to anyone.

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Bryan Cook

I have to admit that this film scared the crap out of me. I had never seen a film before that so powerfully and truthfully captured the horror and sadness of the Middle East. I felt my heart sink as I watched the scenes of innocent children being slaughtered by the Assad regime, and I felt my heart swell as I watched the scenes of the innocent refugees fleeing to Europe. I knew that the situation would get worse, but it was a shocking and horrifying reality. This film brought me to tears. I don't know how many times I have watched it, and I still cry at the end.

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Lisa Hernandez

A recent trip to the movies was one of the few occasions I have been able to watch a movie on my own time. I am going to be a little more cautious in the future, and buy the DVD before I go to the movies. The movie in itself was an eye-opener to me. I realized that movies are not a business anymore, but more of a product. And the products are getting more and more popular. In the past few years, movies have been consumed in more ways than just on the big screen. People like me are being left behind in our life by the large amount of people who are getting the big movies without paying the extra cost of renting them. We see more and more of these movies being sold for as low as a dollar. We see the same movies being sold for hundreds of dollars, but we don't see the extra cost of the movies. We are so used to seeing movies in the theaters that we don't even notice that it is costing us so much more than if we had bought the DVD. I felt that this movie was a real eye-opener. It was a real eye-opener to see a business being taken away from people like myself. I can't imagine how much money and time is lost to these movies. I would like to see more movies like this in the future. It is just a start of how movies are being marketed to the masses. I would like to see more movies that are really made for the people. And movies like this one should not be ignored.

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Barbara H.

The film opens with an interview with the director and producer of the film. The film covers a lot of ground but it's a very coherent and detailed story, with many interesting characters, and they all have an important story to tell. The film is shot in black and white and has a beautiful black and white look to it. The film is set in the middle of the desert in Mexico, and shows the life of a mother and a daughter, who's relationship goes through many stages. This film is a real eye opener, and I highly recommend it.