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Worth Watching - Nov 13: City of Men Trailer

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November 13, 2007
Source: Apple

City of Men Trailer

True cinephiles out there know how incredible Fernando Meirelles' City of God is. Personally, it's one of my all-time favorite movies that changed my life and the way I look at cinema forever. Although I know not much will ever come close to achieving the same bliss that it did, I'm still looking forward to City of Men, the unofficial "sequel" to City of God. This time it's only produced by Fernando Meirelles, meaning not the same level of excellence, but at least some. Miramax is putting this out, presumably in very limited release, starting on January 18th next year and I'll definitely be in line to see it. For those who are brave enough to appreciate truly great cinema, then enjoy this trailer.

Watch the trailer for City of Men:

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You can also watch the City of Men trailer in High Definition at Apple

City of Men is directed by Paulo Morelli, who previously directed the "City of Men" TV series and a few Brazilian feature films. The film's story was developed by Elena Soarez and Paulo Morelli, with the screenplay being finished by Soarez. City of Men arrives in theaters in limited release starting on January 18th, 2008. The poster for the film is featured below.

City of Men poster

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  • Nick C.
    City of God is one of the best movies ever made and I'm pretty sure this one will be on the same lvl, whoever hasn't seen city of god - you're missing alot, the only drawback of the movie if i correctly remember was that it wasnt dubed in English, It had English subtitles, I havent seen the English Version of the movie being made, but overall was a very good story and very entertaining.

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