Eu Me Lembro 2005

Eu Me Lembro 2005

Eu Me Lembro 2005

Eu Me Lembro 2005
1h 48min | Drama | 29 September 2006 (Brazil


The memories of Guiga, from early childhood to young adulthood: his family, relatives, friends, fears, dreams and reality in a still provincial city of Salvador, Bahia, from the 50s to the 70s.

User review:

Brazilian director Edgar Navarro remembers his life as a boy, a youth and a somewhat man in rural Bahia.

While this film is lovingly shot–as only such autobiographical films such as this tend to be written–the themes and memories depicted in this film meander to the point of misdirection.

The man’s early life stands out in the film clearly for its use of archetypes, as in the mother and, particularly, depiction of the father. Guiga’s father is as many Brazilian fathers were, as my own familial history illustrates. It’s just that the filmic representation of this personal history seems mired in cliché, and even what seemed a sort of confused plagiarism.

The depictions of Guiga’s sexual development were equally cute and bizarre, and there were a few moments of genuine hilarity–as in a menopausal tribute to Brasil itself–but the familial imagery wears thin and Guiga’s personal development isn’t at all inspiring or passionate; this seems a man’s nostalgic vision of himself having a perfectly normal and uneventful life.

The visual and thematic ties to the factual history of Brasil also confuse, for as soon as their reality grip the viewer, so do the questions one asks regarding their inclusion in the film. Navarro ‘remembers’ the military takeover of the Brazilian government and subsequent revolution attempts, but only for a brief moment. These events are not portrayed in any certain depth, and their inclusion without adequate thematic or historical explanation will most probably confuse or in their brutality irritate most non-Brazilian audiences.

And concerning Guiga’s personal response to the events that occur around his life–and I must emphasize the use of ‘around’ here, as Guiga himself takes not a step toward actually involving himself in historic circumstance–I must say that I’ve seen it all before, and once again I’m speaking from personal experience.

I mean: I’ve seen drugs done on cinema. I’ve seen them done on cinema much better–Hell, I’ve DONE better drugs than this film. And as the final bizarre hallucination unreeled–in all its Fellini Glory–I couldn’t help but wonder, “why?”.

I hoped that I would enjoy this film, but the ending really changed what had come before. Navarro’s inclusion of the ending from 8 1/2–sem musica theatrica–seems really tacked-on, as if Navarro himself was confused to the true purpose of the memoir.

Director: Edgar Navarro
Writer: Edgar Navarro
Stars: Lucas Valadares, Fernando Neves, Arly Arnaud
Country: Brazil
Language: Portuguese
Release Date: 29 September 2006 (Brazil)
Also Known As: I Remember

Eu Me Lembro 2005

Eu Me Lembro 2005

Eu Me Lembro 2005

Eu Me Lembro 2005

Eu Me Lembro 2005

Eu Me Lembro 2005

Eu Me Lembro 2005

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Eu Me Lembro 2005

Format : Matroska
Format version : Version 4
File size : 1.19 GiB
Duration : 1 h 50 min
Overall bit rate : 1 536 kb/s

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22 Responses to Eu Me Lembro 2005

  1. bhm says:

    Better copy added with correct aspect ratio and French and English subtitle

  2. Neil says:

    I doubt that you guys can show me a movie more explicit than this one, i’ve never ever seen such close up scene, god dam

  3. GRJ says:

    No subtitles

  4. Wim Huizing says:

    It’s a pity, no subtitles, not in English nor in French!

  5. Wim Huizing says:

    I’m very sorry for the comment I just posted! I didn’t watch with the good video provider. VLC showed even a Spanish subtitle track. BRAVO!

  6. GRJ says:

    I add my apologies to those of Wim Huizing. I was unaware of the “Subtitles/Subtitle Track” pull-down menu in VCL.

  7. Orion4 says:

    Please consider adding the movie ’15 Amore’ (1998) to the bhm library. It’s a good, and original, Aussie COA film. Thanks!

  8. Karczek says:

    Is this movie even legal? Are all movies on this site legal? Are any of the films that you find on the light Web via Google that show for example a boy peeing legal, aren’t they cp? Please, answer me I’m really concered an I don’t know if I should report myself.
    I’m from Poland BTW.

    • bhm says:

      Every movie on this site is totally legal.

    • bhm says:

      Let me think…… everyone? Anyone?

      • Karczek says:

        Okay… So why most of the movies here in some scene depict a naked prepubescent boy? And also why does this site have categories like: nudity, full frontal boy nudity?
        I’m not trying to argue, I’m just asking.

    • bhm says:

      So…. answer is very simple. Boyhood, childhood, and whatever hood is right on this site (I hope you notice this) nudity tag and other tags is copied from iMDB. Every post has an iMDB link and there you can check it the correct tags. Sorry, but this was my last comment for you because there is not too much time for this. If you afraid from something just go on and don’t look back.

    • markus says:

      Legal thing is complicated.

      Site is legal, if BHM:s home country and site host country is fine with that. But that thing is BHM:s responsibility to find out. Not your problem.

      Then is a file sharing thing. The file sharing is nitroflare responsibility. Not BHM and not your problem. That legality depend hosting countries laws. But it’s very possible, nitroflare going down someday. It happened before, other file sharing sites.

      Then is an end user. And that is thing what is your responsibility. Some countries any movies downloading is illegal or some kind of contract violation. Some countries (my country), downloading is fine but sharing is contract violation and I have a risk to law sue for compensation. But my country it isn’t criminal thing. Thing is civil court thing. But downloading isn’t illegal my country and isn’t even some contract violation. Nitroflare is fine by me, because there is no risk to share file same time its downloading.

      And the other thing… depend your end user country laws. Don’t download/store/share if you don’t really sure it’s fine. Some countries are VERY strict.

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