Berkeley

Berkeley

Berkeley is the story of Ben Sweet, an eighteen year old boy who comes to UC Berkeley in 1968 to study accounting and avoid the draft. There begins an odyssey through sex, drugs, rock and roll, and political activism which turns his world upside down and leaves him on a path of exploration and self-discovery, far from the life of his father, Sy Sweet.

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Kym c my community profile R (us) wrote: a Homeless D.J. in a wheelchair has healing powers a priest exploits him for his powers, and eventually goes on tour with a band Juliet Lewis plays one of the guitarists & Orlando Bloom the lead singer. Was an interesting story (why wasn't this in theaters around here. Maybe art house type & we no longer have one.) C+

Andy P (us) wrote: So generic it hurts.

pretty p (ag) wrote: my mum loves this movie

Natalya T (es) wrote: Very good movie! I think this movie would help a lot to those ones, who still live in the night dreams (nightmare) and need an advice from there?s sole to choose what kind of life is real.

Alexander P (ca) wrote: Phenomenal performances from A. Michael Hall and M. Rourke. Highly recommended.

Jabran M (jp) wrote: Came on BBC2,on a boring Saturday, gave it a go was a pleasant surprise, really enjoyed it a good fun film especially on such a a quiet day recommended

Vasco M (mx) wrote: The movie sometimes veers between childish and edgy, as with Adam Sandler is usually the case. It's occasionally heartwarming, but Buschemi and Sandler's acting seems unusually wooden, and not just because of the characters they're playing. As with everything of Sandler's, the movie is a decent pass-time that offers an occasional chuckle.

Rupert R (de) wrote: An interesting film which combines archive footage with fiction, telling the story of an ordinary soldier's preparation for D-day. The B&A photography of John Alcott (who shot many of Kubrick's films) is up there with the very best.