High Cities of Bone

High Cities of Bone

High Cities of Bone is a short starring Carlos Furtado Gomes (Karlon), Xama Cabral, and Maria do Céu Magalhães. Karlon, born in Pedreira dos Húngaros (a slum in the outskirts of Lisbon) and a pioneer of Cape Verdean creole rap, runs...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
19 minutes
Genres
Drama, Biography, Family, Documentary, Short
Actors
Xama Cabral, Maria do Céu Magalhães, Leonor Ferreira, Carlos Furtado Gomes (Karlon)
Director
João Salaviza
Writer
Renée Nader Messora, Carlos Furtado Gomes (Karlon), João Salaviza
Country
Portugal
Year
2017
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about drama «High Cities of Bone» (47)

Donna avatar
Donna

Karlon, born in Pedreira dos Húngaros (a slum in the outskirts of Lisbon) and a pioneer of Cape Verdean creole rap, runs away from the housing project to which he had been relocated.

Aaron Carr avatar
Aaron Carr

This movie was wonderful.

Kimberly Nichols avatar
Kimberly Nichols

This is one rocking movie and Leonor Ferreira once again proves why he's the best man for the job.

Robert J. avatar
Robert J.

Visually stunning with excellent acting! Maria do Céu Magalhães is wonderful portraying her character's reactions with great naturalism.

Tammy M. avatar
Tammy M.

This is, without a doubt going to be one of my top 10 movies quite possibly the number one film!

Sandra Hall avatar
Sandra Hall

Simply stunning. A great addition to my collection.

Howard Miller avatar
Howard Miller

Encore!! It’s been a while where was able to watch a good Drama flick. Tribute the director and producer and all the staff who made it happen.

Thomas Cole avatar
Thomas Cole

I can say, that it was the best movie I have ever seen. Once the movie began I didn't want the end.

Phillip Ramirez avatar
Phillip Ramirez

Great performance by everyone!

Samuel avatar
Samuel

One of my new favorite films.

Marilyn avatar
Marilyn

There are very few films I can watch more than once. This is one I can.