Futaleufu: A River Calling

One of the strongest and most beautiful rivers in the world exposes its drama, fueled on the relation of two natives with completely different profiles. From the nuances of each season of the year to the marketing fate of water, a true story documented with a careful photography explores the silence in a way that allows us to think into what direction we are heading.

Running Time
12 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Short
Director
Renato Dilago, Jessica Nolte, Renata Felisatti, Markus Bruno, Masi Torres, Markus Bruno
Writer
Renato Dilago
Country
Chile, Brazil
Year
2017
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Futaleufu: A River Calling» (23)

Tyler Bell avatar
Tyler Bell

Another enjoyable Documentary movie that didn't get it's just credit in theaters. I like it very much.

Harry avatar
Harry

just go and watch it and be prepared to be blown away. Literally.

John avatar
John

Markus Bruno has already made a few such films. But THIS is the best, One of the most interesting, artistically impressive and overall films of the year so far!!!

Danielle avatar
Danielle

Great documentary film. No complaints...

Brian Guerrero avatar
Brian Guerrero

This is a film that should be seen because it’s a great movie.

Charles Brooks avatar
Charles Brooks

Best film I've seen in a long time. Takes you in straight away.

Michael avatar
Michael

Great writing, great pacing, great story telling, and a perfect ending

Brandon H. avatar
Brandon H.

The movie is littered with interesting themes which adds further depth to this already amazing story.

Marie Lawson avatar
Marie Lawson

Some people said the plot was complicated and difficult to follow. We totally disagree, my wife and daughter thought the plot was easy to follow and they liked the way the story developed and loved the ending.

Danielle Carroll avatar
Danielle Carroll

One of the greatest films ever made. Please do not watch it on TV because Renata Felisatti tuned the editing in such a precise way that simply pausing for a commercial break can literally affect the way your brain processes this masterpiece.