Embrace of the Serpent
Drama • 2015 • 2 hr 5 min
It’s great that we can have films like this
An Apocalypse Now where the pain is in the land more than the men.
This movie transport you somewhere else and after watching it you feel somehow different, richer for an experience
One of the greatest works of modern cinema.
If there is such a thing as a perfect film, this might be it.
Impeccable cinematography that takes you on a unique journey. Amazing.
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Written and shot with passion. Every little detail is important.
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Beautifully filmed. It can be boring for some people but if you give it a chance it will reward your feelings.
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