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Return to Queimada [Uncut] (1969) Gillo Pontecorvo; Marlon Brando, Evaristo Marquez
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5 of 5 Queimada July 28, 2019
Reviewer: William Messing from Saint Paul, MN United States  
A marvellous film.  It is too bad that the uncut version does not have Brando speaking English, rather than being dubbed.

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5 of 5 Happy Customer December 23, 2017
Reviewer: Abdol Ghavam from Fort Collins, CO United States  
Thank you for services. Highly recommended.

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5 of 5 Queimada January 15, 2016
Reviewer: Carol Sandstr√∂m from Sk√§rholmen, Stockholm Sweden  
A shamefully neglected picture on it's release.
The short version, Burn, is already a great picture.
But this is really the one to see. Great print

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5 of 5 Marlon Brando at his best November 6, 2015
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Homestead, FL United States  
I believe this movie is among the last ones in Marlon Brando's career and it's like a swan's song for him this masterpiece by Gillo Pontecorvo.  Also the quality of the DVD is excellent.  Years ago, I saw this movie dubbed in English, but is a delight to watch it in its original language thanks to Movie Detective.

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5 of 5 Must-see September 28, 2015
Reviewer: Paul Stumpf from Jackson Heights, NY United States  
Moving, beautifully filmed, superbly directed, with a brilliant screenplay dissecting colonialism, civilization and capitalism. No one makes films like this anymore. Brando - although dubbed in Italian - is splendid as the cynical but ambivalent English agent, and Marquez, though not a professional actor, is excellent.  Subtitles could be better, but still a welcome opportunity to see this important film uncut.

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5 of 5 Subtitled Brando June 30, 2015
Reviewer: Harvey Clark Greisman from Wilmington, DE United States  
Utterly different, and dramatically better, than the usually seen English language version ("Burn!") which cuts maybe a half hour of the film. In some ways superior to the director's earlier "Battle of Algiers." Brando reputedly considered this performance one of his best. Only problem, you get to hear his lines -- and everyone else's-- in Italian.

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5 of 5 Quemaida April 13, 2015
Reviewer: ron delves from LONDON, LONDON England  
once again very pleased to have an uncut version of a film that is, by now, surely recognised as a classic of intelligently politicised cinema.

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5 of 5 Queimada October 19, 2013
Reviewer: John Warthen from Vidalia, GA United States  
Brando dubbed, of course, but his performance was never the film's core.  A one-of-kind epic seems even more so at fuller length.

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