Four Days in September (O Que É Isso, Companheiro?)1997
Four Days in September (O Que É Isso, Companheiro?) (1997)
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as Charles Elbrick
as Dona Margarida
Critic Reviews for Four Days in September (O Que É Isso, Companheiro?)
I suppose the purpose of the film is to humanize both sides. It succeeds only to a degree. We can sense what the film wants to say better than the film can say it.
This is powerful stuff but, like so many political abduction dramas, suffers from a certain static quality.
An intriguing, understated film that quietly brings up loud questions of honor, duty, ideals, and courage.
Audience Reviews for Four Days in September (O Que É Isso, Companheiro?)
It shows revolutionaries fighting a dictatorship as a bunch of confused amateurs (I wonder how they don't get killed after halfway through), while also trying to humanize torturers in a muddled plot that doesn't really know what to do with this sort of material in its hands.
One of the best films of Barreto. Four Days In September is really tense. Fresh.
Awesome Film about a kidnapping of an US ambassador in South American. Based on a true Story. Very interesting and enjoyable. Worth Seeing.
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