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Los Reyes

Chola and Football are a couple of street dogs that live in the Los Reyes skatepark. A microcosm is organized around them, composed of things, animals and young adolescents in conflict with an adult world that they reject but are required to enter.

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Running Time
1 hours 18 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Iván Osnovikoff, Bettina Perut
Chile, Germany
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Los Reyes» (15)

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Christine F.

I thought this documentary was interesting, but it was like looking at a stage performance from a playwright. A lot of the actors were talking to the camera, and the film was a bit like an experimental film about theatre, but it was just another episode in the same play. The filmmakers looked at a lot of theatre scenes, and they were mostly about how a playwright felt about a play, and how he reacted to his work. But they never talked about how the director acted with the actors, or how the actors reacted to the director. It was a lot like watching a play that is on stage, but the actors are acting on film. I don't think there was a lot of discussion about how to get a play made. I don't think it would have worked in a film, because the director didn't have the time or the money to really make a play. The film has the feeling of a play being made, but the director is just editing a play, and the actors are just walking around. It's like watching a play being made, but the director is just sitting at a table making the play. I think it would have been interesting to hear more about how the director and the actors react to the play, but it's not the kind of thing that would be recorded or broadcast.

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As a documentary on the subject, the film is very accurate and very well made. The point of the film is not to show the effects of the drug use in the film, but to show what the effects of the drug use can be. The film is also very informative, with a lot of facts about the drug. The film is worth seeing.

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Rachel Shaw

I had a chance to see the film in a screening at the Seattle International Film Festival. It was packed with a great mix of filmmakers and audiences. The film was done in a documentary style, which gives the viewer a sense of immersion. The film explores the lives of three Native Americans, who do not speak English, and what life is like for them. As a film student, I have been curious about how Native Americans have been portrayed in movies. I would have loved to see a film about Native Americans that was more informative and more fun to watch. The film also introduces the Native Americans as humans, rather than as stereotypical stereotypes, which is a very important topic. There is a lot of controversy around this film. Many people have expressed that this film is racist. However, the filmmakers are pointing out the positive aspects of Native Americans. The filmmakers do not see Native Americans as stereotyped. They do not make them out to be the bad guys. The filmmakers do not present Native Americans as people who are without emotions or who are not capable of understanding the needs of others. They just happen to be native Americans. This film also highlights the cultural differences that Native Americans have with one another. The filmmakers show this very well. The film is very well done and I can't wait for more films from the filmmakers.

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I read many of the reviews and realized I wasn't the only one who thought this was an important film. I didn't see it in a theater. It was great. I wasn't expecting to be a completely objective review. I mean, it is a film. I mean, there are some things that happened. And the film makers did a good job of including interviews with many of the people involved. What I didn't expect was that I would feel the same way as they did. I think there are a lot of people who have similar experiences who were silenced. If you don't want to listen to them, there are others who can share their story. I would like to give them a chance, because it is a story I've heard from other people. My reaction to the film was that it was important. I think there is a lot of shame associated with mental illness. Some people feel they don't have to have this disease because it is just a phase. People think that mental illness is something that can be treated. It isn't. There are things that people can do to help. The movie was good. I liked it.

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An interesting film that looks at the ways in which the US government has made the "Juan Lopez" case, and the US government's response to the Mexican government's efforts to bring Lopez to justice. Lopez's conviction was based on testimony from the press and political leaders. Lopez was accused of killing a British diplomat and a US government employee. Lopez was brought to the US to face trial, and he was charged with conspiracy to kill. The government's only evidence against Lopez was his own confession, which was in a sealed indictment. Lopez's attorney was able to get Lopez's trial moved to Mexico and his trial ended up in a mistrial. The US government responded by saying that Lopez was a political prisoner, and that he should be returned to Mexico. The Mexican government was able to get Lopez's conviction overturned, and Lopez was released. Lopez remains in prison, and he is unable to return to the US. The movie is a fairly accurate portrayal of the political and legal issues involved in the case. I found it interesting that the movie portrays the US government's response as overly aggressive and ignoring the Mexican government's efforts. The film is very good, and I recommend it.

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Jane E.

I love documentaries and I love to travel. I was going to give this a 10 but I'm thinking maybe a 9 or maybe a 10. The film is a little slow at times but you can see the beauty of the wildlife and the people and it's a great introduction to both sides of the issue. The footage is great, and it's well worth the watch. The director did an amazing job showing both sides of the issue. The film is very informative and very entertaining. I was shocked at the amount of ignorance from people that I have met, but it makes you appreciate what you have. I hope more people see this film and want to make a difference.

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This is a compelling documentary about a dying man who had a long life ahead of him and made a conscious decision to take his own life. The man was 52 years old and his name was John J. O'Brien. He was born in 1953 in New York and raised in a very religious environment. It is said that his mother had very strict rules about drinking and smoking. He worked in a factory and was an engineer. He loved his wife, but she was not in the picture as much as he wanted. He left his wife and children for a younger woman who lived a few blocks from his home. He also had two other children and a younger woman. He took a glass of wine one night and passed out. He was on his way to his final destination when he saw a car driving down the street and decided to stop and ask for directions. He didn't want to have anything to do with the car. He started talking to the driver about what had happened to him, then he was able to work out that he had a stroke and was dying. He called his wife and she said she couldn't talk to him. He was pronounced dead that night. The next day he was taken to a hospital and given a platelet transfusion. This was one of the last things he asked for and his last wish was to be able to talk to his family and friends. The film includes interviews with his sons and his daughter, who is now a nurse. The main focus is on the process of his death and the way he was given morphine for the first time. The film also includes a number of doctors, nurses and his children and grandchildren. We get the sense that they all loved and respected him and he seemed to have a lot of respect for them. He was an extraordinary man. We can't help thinking of those who had Alzheimer's or similar diseases and how much worse they had it, how much they loved him, and how much more they must have loved him. The film also includes his grandson, who was born in the same year as his father. He has some insight into the family life of a family that would have a lot in common with John O'Brien's. The film also includes footage from his funeral and his son's wedding. We see his wife and his daughter and granddaughter and grandson. We see the flowers and other objects he had in his home. The film also includes interviews with a number of people in the medical profession. We hear from a doctor, a nurse and a neurologist. We see the final moments of the patient as he lay dying. We hear from his family and his son and grandson. The film also includes several photographs and a few home movies of him. We see him at a party in his home. He leaves a message for his wife and children and tells them that he will call them later. We see his

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Hannah W.

What's amazing about the documentary is that there's very little footage of Luis Posada in his heyday. But even with that we get some of the best and worst images of Luis Posada. His musical background and other things that are not covered in this film are very important to understand the man. You learn about Luis Posada's marriage to Claudia, his affair with the sister of the actress who played at the beginning of the film, and the writing of songs for his wife. I think the best thing about this film is that it gives a very clear picture of Luis Posada's personality. He is an interesting person, but he is also very unstable. He is not a very nice person, but he is not completely un-manageable either. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes documentary films and music.

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Maria J.

I didn't think I would like this film, but I am glad I watched it. It is very disturbing, but also very informative. It is not a documentary, it is a documentary about a character that seems to be real, but it is just a character. There is no proof of the connection, but it does reveal some aspects of a real person. It is a very sad story, but it is worth to watch. The director of the film, and writer, were very sincere about their message. I really liked it, and I recommend it to everyone who is a person interested in this topic.

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Cynthia G.

This documentary follows the journey of two immigrant kids, a boy and a girl, from Mexico to the U.S. Their journey has many twists and turns, but they eventually cross the border with a camera in tow. It is a beautiful, honest look at the difficulties they face, and how they overcome them. The director of this film is none other than the director of the documentary "Una Morelos", Luis Santillan. The director is an excellent story teller, who has made many great films. This is his second film, and it is a very good film, as well as being a very well made documentary. One of the most important things about this film is the narrator. He narrates the entire film, and the way he does it is incredibly engaging. The director is such a good story teller, that the narration of the film really works. This film has a very good story to tell, but it is also an important story to tell, because it is a story about a journey that these two kids have taken, and it is also a story about the problems these children have with people in their home country, and about the difficulties these kids have with the laws that they face. This film is a very good film, and it is also a very good documentary. It is very interesting, and I highly recommend this film.

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I saw this movie in the last few days and thought it was wonderful. It was definitely a work of art. The movie is beautifully shot and has some beautiful shots of the beach. The story is a bit predictable, but that's the point. The characters were all very well developed. The cinematography and music are both stunning. I thought the character of Jimmy was very good. I liked how the director did not try to push the story to make it a commercial film, but to show the beauty of life and the beauty of its harmony. The movie would have been just as good with an extra half hour and a few more scenes with some of the characters. There are some great people in the movie, but some of the people in the movie are not as interesting. I would have liked to see the song "Desperado" from the movie, but I'm sure I will get it on DVD when it comes out. I recommend this movie to people of all ages, but I would recommend watching it at least once.

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Cheryl Evans

I really don't understand the negative reviews of this film. I think it was a very thought provoking film. I also think it was very realistic. There was no over dramatizing the story. It was very realistic and non-fiction. I think people who just want to see a good story, will not be disappointed. It is good to see the way the Mexican government is dealing with these drug cartels and the violence that goes with it. I think this film was very realistic and very informative. I think people who want to see a good film should see this film.

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This film is about the company "Global Plastics", whose employees have spent the last decade extracting land and resources from the Amazon rainforest. The company is, according to its website, "building a pipeline for plastics in the Amazon rainforest". In the process, they have killed over 80,000 trees, according to their website. The film is mainly about the company's CEO, Luis Rueda, and his relations with local indigenous tribes and the government. Rueda is an imposing figure, a man with a lot of money. He is also a devout Christian, and according to the film, he has spent the last decade trying to convert indigenous tribes to Christianity. When he doesn't succeed, he turns to the government, seeking protection for his company. His approach is to sign a treaty with the indigenous tribes, which allows him to collect land and resources from the tribes. The tribes are said to be very receptive to this, but it has also brought opposition from the local indigenous people, who are angry about the concessions they have been offered. The film is well made and edited. The acting is generally good. The director, Michael Connelly, is good at conveying the people's pain, and the film has a naturalistic feel. It has a very minimalist style, and there are many great shots of the Amazon rainforest. However, the film is somewhat repetitive, and is not very interesting. The film could have been longer, and more of the interviews would have been better. I'd have liked to have seen more of the indigenous tribes, who have been so instrumental in the cause of saving the Amazon rainforest. Overall, a very good documentary, but it could have been better.

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Donna W.

I have never seen this documentary before and was glad to find it on Netflix. I was expecting to see footage of the execution and see the so called "rapist". Instead, I saw a movie about his life and the trials of his life. He was portrayed as a violent, twisted individual. The so called "rapist" was nothing but a deviant individual who was a big part of the problem of this country. I would suggest this movie to anyone who has the opportunity to watch it. It is an eye opening look at a country which has made it's reputation for violence and drug trafficking. It is very well made, and tells the story of a man who spent his life in prison for a crime he did not commit. I would like to have seen a little more of the actual trial, but this is only a minor issue.

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Scott Riley

The violence in Rocha's world is real, and the horror is not. It is a film about a woman who has spent her entire life alone and forced to watch her younger sister die by the hands of her older brother. The film captures the bleak reality of the world Rocha lives in. She talks about how she gets the violence in her head from watching the movies that make up her life, and how she tries to make the best of the situation. The film is wonderful, and it is a documentary that was shot in real time. We see the violence, the brutality, the brutality and the brutality. The film makes you question the world that you live in and how that society makes it so unbearable for women to live their lives. We also see how the society has to make decisions that is harmful for women. Rocha has to live in a world where she is almost always at the mercy of men and when she decides to leave that world she is punished. The film is a great example of what is happening to women in the world today, and it will change your view of what you see in the media. It shows you the life that women live and how it is not all fun and games. The film is a very moving one, and I would highly recommend it to anyone.