Navios de Terra

Navios de Terra is a movie starring Rômulo Braga, Marcio Shimabukuro, and José Fontinelle. For years, the mountain is moved between two countries (Brazil and China), Romulo, an ex-mineworker and now a sailor, heads into his first...

Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Running Time
1 hours 10 minutes
Genres
Documentary, Drama
Actors
Marcio Shimabukuro, Gerson Rodrigues, Rômulo Braga, José Fontinelle
Director
Simone Cortezão
Writer
Simone Cortezão, Simone Cortezão, Ramilson Noronha
Country
Brazil, Taiwan
Year
2017
Other Titles
Land Vessels
Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Navios de Terra» (23)

Cynthia Olson avatar
Cynthia Olson

For years, the mountain is moved between two countries (Brazil and China), Romulo, an ex-mineworker and now a sailor, heads into his first journey taking part of the mountain towards another one. Through the vast sea he meets other travellers and, in feverish moments he encounters his memories and the spirit of the earth. In an everyday living permeated by unknown languages, these conversations in are never left misunderstood. This way, Romulo will face slow days in the immense ocean to the other continent.

Walter Willis avatar
Walter Willis

I am happy to say that Land Vessels is the film that rejuvenated my love for movies.

Anna avatar
Anna

I enjoyed the movie! Good acting!

Johnny avatar
Johnny

Better than expected. Absolutely amazing!

Brenda P. avatar
Brenda P.

Incredibly well crafted, acted, and produced. No disappointments here.

Sandra M. avatar
Sandra M.

Everything about this movie is great and frankly, I don't find any flaws in it. People might think I'm being too generous and that I'm blinded by my love for Simone Cortezão. No, I just know a damn good movie when I see one.

Robert avatar
Robert

What I'm obviously saying is GO SEE THIS MOVIE. It will not disappoint.

Craig Little avatar
Craig Little

I love anything that has Gerson Rodrigues in it, and this one definitely didn't disappoint!