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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

  2. ASHES IN THE HOURGLASS's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    Was on TV likely due to his recent death. I don't mind slow, heck I loved India Song, but this was just dull. The main issues are the style which makes every line sound phony no matter how well the actors deliver them or however poignant they may be and the atrocious acting by Ricardo Trepa. All I saw while watching it were the ideas and the screenplay without any life being interjected. Less Talk, more Feel.

  3. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    This is a fantastic film that, like with all the other de Oliveira films I've seen, will probably grow the further I get away from them!

  4. João Biscaia's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    "Até na cova hei-de cismar."

  5. Catarina C Gomes's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    Even though a woman's eld is pretty sad, Cardinale remains titillating.

  6. Carlos Filipe Freitas's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    An interesting story about anguish and sacrifice, which with a bit less theatrical tones and a bit more camera movement would have achieved better results. Review and rating: http://alwayswatchgoodmovies.blogspot.pt/2013/06/gebo-and-shadow-2012.html

  7. Pouya G. Asadi's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

  8. pedro eira's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    a triste e única realidade

  9. Samuel Andrade's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    ★★★★ the sins of a father.

  10. Kenji's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    Like all Oliveira films, one i'm looking forward to seeing. At 103 he still has another on the go. The combined ages of the leads Lonsdale, Moreau, Cardinale and director himself must be some sort of record. Add Leonor Silveira and the cast alone is extremely enticing

  11. Matt Richards's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    Play-based, shot almost entirely within the kitchen of a peasant home in the early 1900's, it's Incredibly clever in approach. Oliveira (104), the oldest living director on the planet engages many of the techniques used in theatre, honing in on the repetition of words and action in particular to create a tongue-in-cheek look at the lengths we go to protect our loved ones from the harsh truths of life. 3 stars

  12. Pedro Ponte's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    The human condition, stripped down to its very essence, no distractions, between four walls.

  13. migblah's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    Obra prima. Obrigado Manoel, por moitos anos!

  14. Stephane Tanaka's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    long and boring static shots, no scenography, and uninteresting long dialogues. pure overrated director de Oliveiria shit! it's time to rest mr 104 year old!

  15. Renata Curado's rating of the film Gebo and the Shadow

    valeu a pena correr o risco de ser assaltada etc só para ver isto e ouvir umas palavrinhas do Manoel