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La cordillère des songes

La cordillère des songes is a movie starring Jorge Baradit, Vicente Gajardo, and Francisco Gazitúa. Patricio Guzmán left Chile more than 40 years ago when the military dictatorship took over the government. However, he never stopped...

Other Titles
Οροσειρά των Ονείρων, La cordillera de los sueños, The Cordillera of Dreams, La cordigliera dei sogni
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Patricio Guzmán
Patricio Guzmán
Pablo Salas, Jorge Baradit, Vicente Gajardo, Francisco Gazitúa
Chile, France
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Patricio Guzmán left Chile more than 40 years ago when the military dictatorship took over the democratically-elected government, but he never stopped thinking about a country, a culture, and a place on the map that he never forgot. After covering the North in Nostalgia for the Light and the South in The Pearl Button, his shots get up-close with what he calls "the vast revealing backbone of Chile's past and recent history.

Comments about documentary «La cordillère des songes» (17)

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Nathan Brooks

The film was fantastic. The way the directors cut together different stories and put them together was truly interesting. I had a difficult time with some of the things that happened to the guy, but that's because he was not a normal human being. I felt sorry for him, as he had been robbed of his dignity, but that's part of human nature. That's what made him such a person. He was a poor man, and yet he had the most beautiful and beautiful woman in the world. I also enjoyed the way that the director did not try to create some kind of moral, or tell us that it was wrong for these women to have sex with this man. He made us understand that it was a simple human mistake that happened to these women, and that it was a human problem. He also showed us that these women were only doing what they had to do to make money, and to live a better life. In the end he tried to show us that in our society women are not as they used to be, and that we should take care of our own bodies, and we should respect the sanctity of human sexuality. The film was very interesting, and the subjects that it touched were very interesting. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know about the suffering of the disenfranchised. It is definitely worth seeing. 10/10.

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Andrea H.

This is a true story, a story about a former Marine who has joined the military and is now a Special Forces soldier. This film is very moving. It is very touching and is very inspirational. The way he tells the story is very good. He does a very good job of showing his parents, his brother, his friends, and his family. He also shows his little brother and his little sister. This film is very emotional, and this film is a very sad movie, but it is a very good film. It is very touching. It is a great film.

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Sara Montgomery

I have a soft spot for documentaries. I don't like them too much but I think it is a wonderful place to get to know more about some of the people who have shaped the world. This film is not the best film of this kind, but it is still a very entertaining one. The film begins in the late 1950's and describes the struggle of a young boy in his home village of Auvergne, France. He was the son of a starving, outcast man who took on a job as a cook to support his family. The boy spent his time working in the fields of the village and in the store where he worked he would usually see some of his other classmates. They would sing songs together, exchange greetings and stories. The boy is often brought up to become a good cook but his strong will, hard work and sense of responsibility, all prevent him from achieving this goal. The boy is loved and respected by all of his classmates but he is the only one who does not have a chance of making it in the city. When his family falls apart, the boy finds solace in a friend, a singer named Michel. The story ends with Michel's death in the same town where the boy grew up. The boy's family is now headed by a woman who lives with her husband and their son. They are happy, but they are far from the path they have taken. They have lost their passion for music, their love for each other and their connection with their neighbors. The boy's father returns to the village where he grew up and the mother is a widow. The boy begins to play music again but he is forbidden to return to his village. He is told that he is not the best cook but he does not listen. The story of the boy is told in a clear and compelling manner, showing the struggles that the boy goes through. The story of the boy is told in a very straightforward manner. This is not an easy film to watch. It is an interesting story but it is not the easiest to watch. I am not sure that it will change anyone's life but it is a very interesting story.

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David Davidson

This documentary was a fascinating journey of two people in the process of the creation of a musical piece that could stand in as an example of how music can be used to change the world. The documentary has a nice balance of interviews with musicians, directors, and other producers of the piece. The film is very informative and gives a lot of information about the process of the film. The film ends on a good note and leaves the viewer with a strong feeling of a better understanding of the world of music.

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Ashley G.

I just saw this film at the Florida International Film Festival. I'm a big fan of Diane Arbus, and I always thought she was the greatest screen actress of all time. I had never heard of this film, but I had heard that it was really good. The problem is, it wasn't. I'm sorry, but this film wasn't really good. I guess the only reason that it made the festival, was because of Arbus. I was also curious about this film because I am a big fan of Marlene Dietrich, and also because I am a big fan of Louise Bourgeois, and I found the film to be nothing but a love story. I just don't think that the two actresses have anything to do with each other. And I was really disappointed with the ending. I didn't think that Dietrich's character was so self-absorbed that she could go back and change her life. It seemed to me that she went back to where she was at the time. And Bourgeois's character was really pathetic. I could go on and on. The film was very slow, and I didn't think that it really showed anything new. I think that the film had the potential to be really good, but it just wasn't.

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This is a great movie. The narrator, Dr.Sebastien Gasser, who also wrote the book, "Un paradis sur les hommes ci-dessus", tells the story of a man named Marc (Jean-Louis Vertee) who is actually a transvestite. He wants to change his identity. The point of the movie is to explain to the viewer what a transsexual is. A transsexual is someone who has been born a male, but who has a female brain. The two people with the most problems with this are Marc and Marc's psychiatrist, Dr. Bruno (Pierre Almond). He treats Marc like he is a girl, not like he is a man. He's like a psychoanalyst. It's not that simple, Bruno. He can't distinguish the two people. He's in love with Marc, but he's not in love with Marc. Marc's psychiatrist is really mad. Marc is the most important person in his life, but Bruno can't accept that. This movie is a great lesson in understanding and accepting different gender identities. It teaches us that we can't judge someone by his or her physical appearance. The film is very slow moving, but it is also very profound. It's a story about life, love, death, and desire. It's a beautiful film.

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I love this film. I saw it for the first time on television, and I was really moved. The art is really beautiful and, while it is sad, it does not make the viewer feel the same way. The film is a really unique experience. It is also really exciting and unique, which makes the viewer really feel the sense of freedom and the emotions. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes to be moved. I would also recommend it to people who love documentaries about the world of dreams and the emotions that go along with them. Overall, this is a really good film, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to be moved.

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Louis Day

A director and a journalist - Francois Boisseau and Jacques Chirac - came to Paris to record the other side of their encounters with the French elite in the 1920s. They were in the US, with an Englishman and a Frenchwoman to accompany them, when they learned of the involvement of a couple of rich and powerful individuals in the murder of a political opponent. With the aid of a colleague, a biographer, the director and his photographer, they attempted to investigate the case, but also to try to understand the attitudes of the people around them. They met with the leader of the radical-leaning Gaullist party, Emilie Robuchon, and an attempt was made to interview her husband, the politician, Gustave Lecerf. The director was not able to interview Lecerf directly, but he had a chance to talk to him by telephone. There was another attempt to interview Robuchon by telephone, and they decided to contact her by letter. She replied to the director in a letter, but the director was unable to interview her either. He also met with a distinguished person in the police, Count Guillaume Laurant, and he spoke with him about the assassination of a leading Gaullist, Francois Boisset, and the relation of the two men. However, when they returned to France, they did not meet with Laurant again, and the director found no documentary evidence that the assassination had taken place. He decided to leave Paris and travel to New York, but he did not get permission from the authorities, because the director's brief had not been approved. After two years, he had to leave New York. He returned to Paris and found his contacts were not there, but he was able to make an audio-tape of the discussions of the director and the journalist, without the knowledge of the director, the journalist and the British biographer. The results were published in a book by the director and his journalist. The book had a happy ending, for the director, who could publish the book in French with a different title. He had the opportunity to return to Paris, but the reason he left was that he could not meet the man who had talked to him about the murder of Boisset. He did not know that the man was a member of the Gaullist party. The director was always proud of his connection with his work. The Paris Review, which he had founded, would publish his work in a bilingual format. He was able to work with a French editor, who translated his work and distributed it in French-speaking countries. He wrote many books, and in these books he wrote about his meetings with the Gaullist party, as well as with his meetings with the French elite. He was able to publish the book "Deux ans deux, au temps des nobles". He gave interviews to the New York Times, which was in a position to publish his work. He received the first of many honors from the French government, with the appointment of a Senator. In this book, he had made a career for himself, in the service of the country he loved, which he had loved as a child. He also had a special

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Although I am a big fan of Tchaikovsky, and although I have a large collection of his music, I have never seen this movie. It is a very good documentary, but it has some flaws. First of all, the main character, a young boy, can hardly speak Russian. I could understand the words of the teacher and some of the other students, but the boy could not. And the guy who plays the violin is not Russian. And the violin is played by a kid who is very good, but not Russian. So, for those who have a large collection of Tchaikovsky's music, you may want to watch this movie. But for those who do not have such a collection, it is not worth it.

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Craig Torres

For my money, a lot of the clichés that are so prevalent in films these days can be found in "The Tango's". "The Tango's" tells the story of a young man, Pierre (Samuel), who becomes fascinated with the new dance, and is told to move on with his life, or face the consequences. He does so, and his life has a really interesting turn. The film is shot very interestingly, with a nice variety of camera angles and angles, the film also uses a nice balance of long and close shots. But what really makes "The Tango's" special is the wonderful music, from the brilliant Brahms to the beautiful "Ich seh nur so viel" by Bach. This is the best soundtrack of the year, and I was very pleased to hear it. "The Tango's" is a film that you have to watch, and you will be very much disappointed if you don't.

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Mildred R.

When I heard that this film was about the rise of French singer Edith Piaf, I was very intrigued. I wanted to know more about her life, what her music was all about, and what caused her to become so famous. What I found was a great documentary, with a lot of beautiful moments, that shows the life of a remarkable woman. She was a woman of her time, a pioneer in music and in all other fields. This film is about the history of her career and her life. In the early days of the recording industry, Edith's husband died, and she became a single woman. She was also the lead singer of the French group, 'La Cordelliere des songes', but she had to leave it because she couldn't make it on her own. When she was finally able to make it on her own, she made her first recording with her friend, Jean-Paul Coudray, and her second record with her husband, her mentor and friend, Paul Pelletier. She was a great singer and she had the influence of her husband, but she also had a talent that the other singers did not have, that was the ability to make the music beautiful, to make the music the stars they were. She was able to do that, and she was able to make the music that would win her the acclaim she received. She was the first to have the voice of a rock singer, and she was the first to have the voice of a singer of the piano. The film is a wonderful documentary about a woman who was the first to make a success of music, and made it a success. It shows her rise, her decline, and her final years. There is a great deal of information on Edith Piaf, and her life, that is informative. She was very vocal and very musical, and she was a great singer. She was a great actress, too, and a great actress. I recommend this documentary to everyone, because it shows that Edith Piaf was one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, and one of the most famous women in history. I think it is a very interesting film, and I think it is a great documentary.

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Rachel J.

Many of us have heard the word "television" and thought it to be a device to transmit pictures or sounds over wires. The only thing that separates a TV from a cinema screen is the sound. Now comes this film, a documentary of the most important broadcast in human history: the inauguration of the Emperor of Japan by the President of the United States. The Emperor had never been a very popular figure in Japanese history, but, on this occasion, he showed himself to be a very competent, cultured, and wise ruler. The Japanese people, however, did not want to accept him as the emperor, and their leaders had to negotiate with the American president. The result was a "summer of contradictions" between the Japanese and American people. However, I would like to mention that the film was made by an American, and that this film is "very American", because it is not just a documentary. It's a documentary about the popular television, broadcast by the Japanese. It shows a picture of the Japanese television, and the live broadcast. It shows the birth of the Emperor, the inauguration of the Emperor, the marriage of the Emperor and the Princess, the political discussions of the Japanese, the negotiations of the Americans, and the debates of the Japanese people. The movie ends with the people in the TV studios, and this is the most interesting part. The rest of the film consists of interviews with the people who were present during the broadcast, and some behind the scenes material. The interviewees are a bunch of people from Japan, who were present during the broadcast, and they tell their stories. The director of the documentary, the Japanese film-maker, the director of the Japanese film, and the producer of the documentary are all interviewed. They are shown with the permission of the Japanese government, and it's a very interesting documentary.

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I saw this film at the L.A. International Film Festival and found it quite engaging. It is about a woman who is told that she is not an "American", and tries to find a way to prove that she is not. The film is quite engaging and is also very funny, especially the women in the film who are all trying to prove their "Americanness" to each other. It is also quite touching and touching, in the sense that we see a lot of how the women find out that they are not American. One of the women, who was told she was not American, even though she was born and raised in the U.S., also found out that she was not American, and was very happy about it. Overall, this is a very good film, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in film.

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Carl S.

The late French journalist Patrick Hulot was a remarkable writer, speaker and interviewer. He was one of the most respected critics of the French Revolution. He was a brilliant interviewer who was interviewed with more care and insight than any journalist has ever had. This book is a very interesting look at his life. It is often compared to The France and the French Revolution, but the film is really better. It tells the story of his life, his years at the Nuit Debout in the early 1900s. It is a time when the French Revolution was still in its birth and very different from today. It was a time of hope and possibility. Hulot had a fascination with the French Revolution and this is reflected in the book. The film is about his interviews. This is a wonderful documentary about one of the greatest men of the 20th century. The interviewees are brilliant, but they don't all agree on everything. There are several points where the interviewer is asked a question and doesn't quite answer it. The film is so rich in detail and so interesting, you won't want to miss it.

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Carol Baker

I caught this on a French TV station in Mexico City. It was the first documentary film I ever saw and I was stunned. What a great cast and crew. I would love to see more films like this. I wish the crew had more access to the work of other people. I think the problems of this film could be alleviated if they had access to the best directors and writers and had access to some of the best music. The music in the movie is amazing. The first song was called "There's a Darkness" and I think the best song. There are many more great songs. I recommend this to people who are interested in documentaries and to those who are interested in the history of Mexican cinema. My rating for this movie is an 8/10.

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John M.

It is a wonderful movie that I watched for the first time this evening. It is so insightful, that I will not waste anymore time on it. I recommend it to everyone, as this movie is very important, and I am very glad to see it. A film of some ten years old, and still very relevant. The actors and the direction are excellent. You would never know that it is made by a student, or a teacher, or a film-maker. The film looks like a documentary, but the photography is excellent. You see all the main actors, but not the director, as the director is very absent. The film is about the reaction of the student to his teacher's behavior, and the effect it had on him. I think that it is a very important film, because it shows that a student, who is not really interested in his teacher, can be a very sensitive, and open person. It is a very good movie, and I recommend it to everyone.

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The story of the Poet Laureate and the family he leaves behind is very moving. It is not a typical Hollywood movie of a famous person's life, but it is very well done. I can't say anything bad about this film. It is very well made, with excellent photography, acting, editing, etc. It is a very important part of the French culture, and this documentary will probably make a lot of people aware of it. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in French culture.