Beloved/Friend (1999)

Beloved/Friend (1999)

Director Ventura Pons

Writer Josep Maria Benet i Jornet (adaptation), Josep Maria Benet i Jornet (play)

Genre Drama

Year 1999

Actors Josep Maria Pou, Rosa Maria Sardà, Mario Gas, David Selvas

IMDB : 6.8 (370 votes)



  • Taylor Cathey 2017-03-03 21:25:39
    I'm reading the Toni Morrison's novel for my neo-slave narratives class, along text papers about Margert Garner.
  • Mary Sutton 2017-02-27 23:53:43
    that tree that they carved in sethe's back it looks like it was due to some kind of voodoo.
  • Mary Sutton 2017-02-27 23:49:55
    I saw where this movie was not only drama but horror too.
  • DoriaIsadora 2017-02-26 04:15:31
    Beloved was a demon. Demons pose as familiar spirits to consume and feed off of fear and depression. Beloved would say that Seth was hers as if she's soul tied to her. The extreme tragedy of Sethe killing her child, along with the depression, isolation, and the community's unwillingnes to forgive her created the right environment for beloved to conjure up. The community joining together to sing that Sethe will find rest in the arms of Jesus gave me chills. Letting go of the past hurt and resting and the arms of Jesus allowed her to really be free.
  • Valeria Adams 2017-02-19 21:30:26
    It had taken me close to 20 years to watch this movie again. I believe I was to young and naive to appreciate then. However over those years parts of this movie stayed with me. Quotes and sences I would recall remembering. Now that I'm 36 I will finally sit and watch with a greater understanding view. Thank you for posting this film.
  • Haithem Sayeh 2017-02-15 15:42:27
    It's a list of critical articles about Beloved Towards a Reconstruction of African American Identity in Toni Morrison’s Beloved Beloved in Search of an Identity A Religious and Psychological Approach to Forgiveness in Toni Morrison’s Beloved Mothering Violence: Ferocious Female Resistance in Toni Morrison's Beloved Tracing Rape: The Trauma of Slavery in Toni Morrison’s Beloved Speaking through death in Toni Morrison’s Beloved "Gender Analysis in Toni Morrison’s Beloved and Sula" "A Foucauldian Reading of Toni Morrison’s Beloved"
  • Akua Nyarko 2017-02-15 05:35:11
    this movie remind me alots about how the slaves went through, no matter what black and white people we all are one from the ancestors so we better love our neighbors as ourselves Mrs Oprah looks kind of young in this movie though.
  • temperamental891 2017-02-10 08:41:40
    Sweet beautiful brave Denver.
  • Popular MMOs 2017-02-09 00:21:35
    love this move
  • King Natsu Dragonell 2017-02-04 02:28:22
    So Where Did Beloved Go?
  • MIZZJACQUETTAx 2017-01-27 13:05:55
    I love this movie still
  • Bartmandestroyer 2017-01-21 22:40:06
    Wow powerful, touching, sad movie
  • Natashia Smith 2017-01-21 15:19:33
    love this movie it favorite movie
  • Anxiety Princess 2017-01-17 08:07:07
    why was the white man crying when she killed the baby and stabbed the boys?
  • Mutmainnah Black 2017-01-12 07:10:03
    wow. I am still stuck on the explanation on how the poltergiest of Sethe's child was re-incarnated. Of course the praises of the Godly women banished the evil.
  • Frjimomi 2017-01-04 06:36:30
    Powerful. Incredibly moving. Great film. After all the injustice, the sorrows, the disappointments, the ambiguity, all with no relief. The exorcism was a tremendous release from the bondage of all this - those strong, believing, understanding women. My heart busted with relieve. What we don't know about the Black experience in our country; what we don't appreciate; what we refuse to see, to listen, to understand the hurt, the damage, the sense of being overwhelmed, of being trapped in an evil, unfair maze constructed by those who don't really care about the desperation and the confusions of a complicated existence - and we Whites don't see we are as trapped as those we have trapped. But, those women knew that God is not only love; he is justice, and there can be no peace without both, no unity, no community of caring. Oprah did a great work here. Who really knew the depth of the suffering and confusion, the hurt and unrelenting pain. All our pain will be resolved when re reach out to heal each other in justice, love and TRUTH. What a movie!!!!
  • Tina Tally 2016-12-25 23:50:50
    This book, and "Paradise" confused the hell out of me. I had to read this over and over again, and the movie was no better. But after watching and reading it over 100x's over the past 16 years, I kind of get it. Toni Morrison is an awesome novelist!!!
  • DallasFortWorth TX91 2016-12-25 22:34:25
    i had to watch this movie two times in order to understand this movie. the evil entity that was in the house transformed into beloved. so beloved was really an evil entity beloved was not human. at the end the ladies came and casted out the evil entity back to the pits. also the mother and daughter been living with the evil entity for years in the house.
  • Johanna Rainbow Nation 2016-12-20 07:42:55
    I Love This Movie.....
  • Lauren Lucas 2016-12-14 04:20:09
    Something was wrong with that white chick for sure

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