Right There: South Africa

Right There: South Africa

Beto, a policeman from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, goes to South Africa trying to understand how that country managed to clean up the marks of Apartheid and what we brazilians can learn from your society.

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Running Time
1 hours 12 minutes
Leo Santos, Beto Chaves
Leo Santos
South Africa, Brazil
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Right There: South Africa» (15)

Sharon J. avatar
Sharon J.

Great cast, acting and directing. Loved it, very entertaining.

Tyler W. avatar
Tyler W.

Nice Documentary theme. Bit of corny dialogue though.

Willie avatar

This is a great movie! Give it a chance and you will not regret it. It starts off kind of weird. Stick with it because it all comes together.

Martha avatar

Great movie. Top of the line.

Megan L. avatar
Megan L.

Great movie with great actors.

Jacob avatar

I Love it! It is perfect and Just what I was looking for!

Harry avatar

The great story, characters, visuals, and so forth made this film incredibly memorable, as this movie will hold a special place in my heart.

Evelyn Kelly avatar
Evelyn Kelly

Awesome acting and story. Enjoyed it thoroughly.

George Hudson avatar
George Hudson

This movie blew me away; however not the first time I saw it, I had to watch it twice to truly appreciate the message and the power of this film. Maybe I wasn't fully paying attention or maybe I was too young at the time but I am so glad that I watched it again.

Christine C. avatar
Christine C.

If you've got Beto Chaves original masterpiece you'll easily be having butterflies in your stomach and zillions of thoughts going through your head. Thanks for this movie Beto Chaves.

Albert Price avatar
Albert Price

This movie is surely one of the Beto Chaves finest blend, it had everything that makes you glued to the seats and those nail biting moments.

David Fuller avatar
David Fuller

Great movie, was slow and confusing at first but ultimately kept you on the edge of your seat.