BEAUFORT tells the story of LIRAZ LIBERTI, the 22 year-old outpost commander, and his troops in the months before Israel pulled out of Lebanon. This is not a story of war, but of retreat. This is a story with no enemy, only an amorphous entity that drops bombs from the skies while terrified young soldiers must find a way to carry out their mission until their very last minutes on that mountaintop.

The story of a group of Israeli soldiers stationed in an outpost prior to the withdrawal of forces of 2000. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Beaufort torrent reviews

Al M (ru) wrote: A fun blend of comedy and horror, Buck Wild is not a great film, but it manages to blend Chubacabra lore, hunter/redneck comedy, and zombies together into a somewhat unique if not ultimately memorable horror/comedy blend.

Brian S (mx) wrote: I do have to say that for a minuscule $15,000, it's impressive, but still, there are a lot of super boring and long scenes in this movie and the shaky camera will fucking give you head pains. The scares, especially during the last 5 minutes, are indeed disturbing, and the acting is very believable. Overall, it's alright, but it's not a great move either, it's just okay.

Carlos P (fr) wrote: Pelcula que siempre vuelve a la mente (siempre vuelve a transformarte). La bsqueda de lo autntico y de la belleza. La bsqueda de lo que significa y es vivir. Una de mis pelculas favoritas. Sincera.Huir de lo banal. La felicidad en la soledad? Naturaleza, belleza, amor? Inspirado por Tolstoi, Jack London y Thoreau. El "estado de naturaleza" enfrentado ante la autntica felicidad, la superior: el amor."Happiness is only real when shared".

Terri H (au) wrote: No thankyou - Not interested.


Fitria T (ru) wrote: A lovely tale weaved with lotsa cooking and rice. Just splendid.Quite unpreditable and heartwarming at the same time, topped with intricate characterization.

Simeon T (es) wrote: This one really got to be. The Magdalene Sisters is more horrific, especially because of that ending, and the absurdity and scale of the abuse in Ireland. I'm American, and that dark chronicle seems foreign, while Murder in the First is all too familiar. This one reeks of our national sickness of soul. I don't think a film has angered me more. Yes, it ends with a positive, which is that Alcatraz shut down. What hasn't changed is the fundamental perspective that would allow a place like Alcatraz exist as an avatar, a monument to cruelty. We still incarcerate people for no good reason, and crucially, we're more than willing to look the other way at horrible treatment once inmates are in there. There is this notion we have that if you got yourself put in there, you deserve anything you get. As a nation, we don't want to know and we don't care. To this day, we still subject inmates to solitary confinement for long periods of time.After seeing this movie, I was sick with rage and violent thoughts. A part of me wanted to go on a killing spree, preferably of the entire race. We have an unlimited capacity for cruelty, to a level which I'm not sure can be balanced by random acts of kindness or whatever. Prisons are the ultimate test of our natures, because the opportunity for cruelty is afforded, abetted, and legitimized by society's tacit approval. Dostoyevsky saw this, and declared that the character of a people can be seen by how they treat their prisoners. He also wrote a character who said that it would be better for humanity not to exist than for one innocent child to suffer a cruel fate. In every meaningful way, henri Young was this innocent child, and we haven't changed, even if we've closed Alcatraz.

Jacob H (us) wrote: Robin Williams portrays a saddened, soon to be women, who will stop at nothing to see his kids and ensure they are safe and happy. A heat felt, humours film that represents the talent of Robin Williams. Which is directed and written in such a comfortable and easy to watch manner that it has aged so well and to this day, remains one of my favourite comedies.

Grant L (ag) wrote: I thought this film was positively entertaining! It was a bit TOO melodramatic at times but the film was still watchable for sure! I enjoyed this film!

kyle d (es) wrote: A very clever and quite gory Italian Giallo. U r always wondering who the killer is. Great stuff

Eliabeth N (ag) wrote: This movie is so dumb, but Peter Lawford and June Allyson are so cute together I find myself wanting to squeal in girlish delight. "The Best Things In Life Are Free" scene, though brief, totally makes the movie for me. And of course there's adorably young Mel Torme, which is a treat. :)

Alex S (ca) wrote: Totally not as good as Trouble in Paradise, but more pre-Code, if you know what I mean: bubble baths, backless outfits, "cigarette" smoking, extramarital affairs, and charming gentlemen robbers. And Kay Francis! And William Powell! If that means something to you, this is a must-see.