Aasef ala el-iz'ag

Aasef ala el-iz'ag

Hassan, a brilliant aviation engineer struggles with loneliness and depression while trying to design his exceptional project.

Hassan "flight engineer" Featured (company Air Cairo), and very sincere in his work so he did not have time to exercise his dream Alajtmaipo to submit his project for the President of the Countryy, a project to reduce the cost of fuel for aircrafts. It is not possible to write a profile for this work that he enjoys the mystery must discover by watching it a surprise. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Aasef ala el-iz'ag torrent reviews

Andrea M (gb) wrote: A simple story made rich and complex. If you have ever felt lost, unmoored, purposeless, yearning or disconnected, you will relate to the characters. The simple humanity of their plight is elevated to the level of myth when the filmmaker brings in mystery and magic: spirituality--connection, purpose and power--are voiced by such unusual characters as a wounded cat, a lonely old man and the moon. The movie is a journey that transforms the couple without providing a tidy ending. It is moving, and it is both real and far-fetched, akin to Melancholia in that respect.

William T (mx) wrote: Poor story, poor acting, all very predictable

Shayne J (kr) wrote: The concept itself isn't the most creative thing on earth, but the way it plays out and why it is all happening is very clever and well done. The last 5 minutes of the film probably shouldn't have been included though, as they are useless and are obviously included to show "Good always triumphs over evil.", but it would've worked better if they had just cut it at a certain scene and not kept it going.

David F (nl) wrote: This film is shot through with a tender, sentimental, romantic vein that is very out of touch with our age but mixed in with gangsters and pimps it somehow works. It starts out in savage Detroit, a post-industrial wasteland where Sonny Chiba movies and comic books pass for culture and art. Clarence falls in love with Alabama, a whore with a heart of gold, and, in killing her pimp, he finds himself in possession of a suitcase of cocaine. While gangsters chase them, they race to Hollywood to find a buyer for the drugs amidst wealthy film producers. Quentin Tarantino wrote the screenplay and it includes many of his obsessions like kung fu movies, pulp paperback criminals, and brilliant dialogue. The Detroit setting is purely literary, an homage to one of Tarantino's biggest influences, Elmore Leonard, who set many of his crime novels there including The Switch, a copy of which a young Tarantino was once apprehended stealing from a Kmart. When the film moves to Los Angeles the setting is equally vividly portrayed with a cast of stoners and wannabe actors and rich film producers. There's a tremendous amount of acting talent from Patricia Arquette to Samuel L. Jackson, Dennis Hopper to Christopher Walken. But ultimately it's the romanticism of the two lovers on the run that make this such a great film, particularly as expressed through the eloquent voice over of the young woman, Alabama.

Tiger L (au) wrote: Extremely entertaining, original, intense, funny & action-packed. 8/10