At Five in the Afternoon

At Five in the Afternoon

Nogreh is a young Afghani woman living with her father and her sister-in-law, Leylomah, whose husband, Akhtar, is missing. Beyond the issue of Akhtar, Leylomah is most concerned with how to feed her baby. She cannot provide milk for her baby as her own hunger is preventing her from lactating. Nogreh, however, aspires toward a life in a western styled democracy. Although the Taliban are no longer in power in Afghanistan, traditional forces are still active in the country. Nogreh often displays signs of rebellion, such as wearing a pair of white pumps instead of the traditional slipper beneath her burqa. But mostly, Nogreh wants to be educated. Without her father's knowledge, Nogreh is attending a secular girls school. Ultimately, she wants to become President of Afghanistan. With the help of a Pakistani refugee who likes her as a woman, Nogreh tries to understand exactly what forces led to current world leaders being elected, those forces which she wants to emulate.

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Sandy C (ca) wrote: great film to inspire neo-nazis, white nationalists, and assorted anti-government groups or individuals.

Brian W (ca) wrote: you've been....THUNDERSTRUCK!

Matthew H (br) wrote: Really gone downhill since original Jurassic park

Natalie M (mx) wrote: Sweet and amusing. Takeshi Kitano has many talents.

Stephen E (gb) wrote: "The French Connection II" simply lacks the punch of the original. Instead of well-choreographed action scenes, what we get are overlong dramatic ones. By giving the Gene Hackman character more depth, the film makes its biggest mistake. Hackman is as terrific as ever, but these scenes bring the film's pace to a halt from which it never recovers. Yes, it can be exciting at times and by incorporating the same handheld camerawork as its predecessor, the film gives off that gritty, documentary-like feel, but it just frankly isn't all that interesting.

Eric M (gb) wrote: Some beautiful wilderness cinematography, great acting and more than a few thrilling and suspenseful moments are undone by unnecessarily violent action in a story that drops the ball on plot and character development. A good performance by Fassbender though, and Kurylenko's character is chilling.

Author J (mx) wrote: This movie is just pure fun.