Executive Order (2020) 1080p YIFY Movie

Executive Order (2020) 1080p

Set in a dystopian near future in Rio de Janeiro, a lawyer sues the Brazilian government for reparation of all descendants of African slaves in the country. The authoritarian government responds by signing an executive order sending all black citizens to Africa as an excuse to repay the debts of slavery. Citizens are measured by their skin color, hunted, and exiled to Africa against their will. While the army and police enforce the law, he enlists his uncle to find his wife, a doctor who has gone missing and joins an underground movement. The three of them fight the madness that has taken over the country and spark a resistance that inspires the nation.

IMDB: 6.80 Likes

  • Genre: Drama | Sci-Fi
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 1.70G
  • Resolution: / fps
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  • Run Time: 103
  • IMDB Rating: 6.8/10 
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The Synopsis for Executive Order (2020) 1080p

Set in a dystopian near future in Rio de Janeiro, a lawyer sues the Brazilian government for reparation of all descendants of African slaves in the country. The authoritarian government responds by signing an executive order sending all black citizens to Africa as an excuse to repay the debts of slavery. Citizens are measured by their skin color, hunted, and exiled to Africa against their will. While the army and police enforce the law, he enlists his uncle to find his wife, a doctor who has gone missing and joins an underground movement. The three of them fight the madness that has taken over the country and spark a resistance that inspires the nation.


The Director and Players for Executive Order (2020) 1080p

[Director]Lázaro Ramos
[Role:]Alfred Enoch
[Role:]Seu Jorge
[Role:]Taís Araújo


The Reviews for Executive Order (2020) 1080p


Awesome script, great story, but average acting.Reviewed byarthurhsassisVote: 9/10

Can we drop the whole "wokeness" accusations for a bit and really watch and pay attention about what the movie is really about?

That's not a premonition movie where the situation's bound to happen somewhere in the next years.

I feel like the film uses a way of showing the audience what it's like to be a minority living in a predominantly white country, but exaggerating the narrative so that everyone can understand.

The point is, we're all scared this situation is possible to happen at any time, depending on our government and population.

The only thing that made me sad was seeing the underacting of the actors, which were following the famous Theatre/strict to the script acting.

Alfred Enoch is such a good actor, and the only time we see him shine was at the end of the movie where he shows true emotions.

Besides the novel acting, I loved everything about the movie.

Cinematography, Script, Storytelling, Seu Jorge's performance were awesome.

Ups and downs... very unfortunately, too many downsReviewed byguisreisVote: 6/10

I had great expectation. Since I heard about the production of this movie for the first time I had been waiting for it, and I was certain that it would be a remarkable one. Very unfortunately, as I wanted a lot it to be as good as it was important to be, I was wrong.

The general idea is brilliant, and the beginning seemed promising, as art direction is also great, one of the very best qualities of the film. As I love dystopias it made my expectation be high: in a dystopic Brazil in near future, the government enacts increasingly harsher racist laws and decrees against black people, wanting them to "go back" to Africa. A great story could have been shown with that interesting and ironical background.

The problem is that the film has ups and downs, including too many downs, and script is the worst of them. Characters are undeveloped, with no arc or with changes which are sudden and unconvincing. Acting is mostly good, as there are many great actors and actresses, but bad dialogues and a clumsy direction led to some very bad scenes too. Probably due the different ordering in which the scenes have been shot and inserted in the edition, there are some absurd inconsistencies in characters' mood, what is a Z-film problem.

Dialogues are mostly poor, with many cliché lines. Indeed, it seems that there was the intention to include in the script everything filmmaker considered important, and it was made without the care of having a coherent and fluid outcome. Additionally, too many side stories, some of them seeming promising, were abandoned, and the one centered in Ant?nio and André's resistance was not well built.

The parallel of two dramatic situations, one by the action of the state and the other by rebels, is absurd and even dangerous, reminding (certainly unintended, as this is not Lázaro Ramos's view) the speech of the cowards who supported military dictatorship in Brazil and state that "both sided exaggerated".

I may also add that, although police action in the film is brutal, it is still less violent and disrespectful for human rights than what is usual in Brazilian peripheries with majority black population. That is bizarre, as in a dystopia the problem should have been increased and not softened. Indeed, real-life poor black people would never behave among many armed cops without the fear of being murdered or tortured.

To resume, this was a missed opportunity, as Lázaro Ramos, one of the best Brazilian actors, had much more media and financing than usual in his debut as director.

I hope in a near future we may have a remake of this film, keeping the great central idea but being developed with a mature script and direction.

Highly recommendedReviewed bymounsieurlapaoVote: 9/10

This movie is highly recommended. Despite the broad issues such as "what happened in Bahia and other states" and the action of the United Nations, the movie focuses on a more restricted universe such as a neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro, but this does not disqualify the work. The film is about the occupation of places by those who are denied a place. Highly recommended, don't waste time and watch it! Seu Jorge is magnificent and very funny. Note 9/10.

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