In April 1994, after the airplane of the Hutu President of Rwanda is shot down, the Hutu militias slaughter the Tutsi population. In the Ecole Technique Officielle, the Catholic priest ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Beyond the Gates
In April 1994, after the airplane of the Hutu President of Rwanda is shot down, the Hutu militias slaughter the Tutsi population. In the Ecole Technique Officielle, the Catholic priest ...
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Asa B (jp) wrote: No the best in the Barbie series but still an enjoyable musical outing with plenty of laughs. There is also no prince until the very end, easily helping it to meet the Bechdel test criteria.
Carlos T (jp) wrote: Artfully directed and great costumes. An intriguing performance by Kiera Knightley but the end product came off a little dry for my liking. The screenplay seemed rather dull apart from certain points but it kept the audience gripped. Overall, good but not great.
Guillaume S (us) wrote: Incredible journey. Oppressive and intense. FIgure out your own meaning of life after that...
Greg S (ru) wrote: Slightly surrealistic biopic covering the life of a French folk/rock icon, the hard-drinking, hard-smoking Lothario Serge Gainsbourg, with a scary puppet doppelganger on hand representing his inner demons. The experimentalism and some dead-on portrayals of Gainsboug's glamorous lovers---Juliette Greco, Brigitte Bardot and Jane Birkin---make for a lively tribute to the rakish singer's rebel spirit.
Laura M (us) wrote: Kudos to Ashley Greene and Shiloh Fernandez. I think they are both great actors but this doesn't really have that much plot development.
Luke D (ru) wrote: football, gotta be good
Jegar P (ag) wrote: This movie was the most awful thing that's ever been committed to film. I have no idea who the audience for this was. I can suspend my disbelief, but this whole film literally had no consistency from scene to scene.
WakeWRC89 (ru) wrote: This and the first are timeless classics. These two are slightly better than the wedding and reunion. Because there young and wild in these ha. Brilliant.
Leonard D (es) wrote: It rips off the classic thriller Die Hard, but it's a fun action packed joy ride!
Paul Z (us) wrote: Epidemic appears to be all stylistic self-indulgence. It is filmed in black and white, with often purposely redundant subtitles. Each shot is very very long. Some are stoic, some are suddenly goofy, some are disturbing, mostly stoic. When there is dialogue, it is intellectually stimulating, but borderline irrelevant.Mainly, it is that director Lars Von Trier and his screenplay collaborator Niels Vorsel play themselves, coming up with a last-minute script for a producer. This strand takes disproportionate turns with scenes from their script, in which Von Trier plays a radical doctor attempting to cure a modern-day epidemic. In an warped turn, the doctor finds that he himself has been spreading it. For so long, one is left without a clue as to why there is such a coincidence between the screenplay and the outside world, or any progressions of the different narrative strands' signifying signs. But it infects you. It burns you.Whether or not the film is narcissistic, it is not form over function. Essentially, it is a basic exercise in what metaphysically affects the viewer. Consider the scene of the darker, quieter of the screenwriters in the subway, knowing predeterminately that the other one is going to die. Or when he looks in a mirror, turns to us, the camera, then the mirror again. Everything one expects would create a cohesive, sense-making narrative film is inverted and indeed develops an immediately conscious connection between itself and the audience.That is not to say it eschews any fundamental aspect of quality. Udo Kier delivers one of the most amazing, fantastic performances I have ever seen. Really, many of the performances, whoever these actors, or characters, are, shock and deeply move us. Some scenes are entirely made up of uproarious laughter or breakdowns of screaming, in spite of the unapologetic stoicism and quiet permeating the film.This hypnotic abstraction is truly very atmospheric and creepy. It is a transcendental, almost physiologically affecting virus that infests you for days upon being subjected to it. It is something that has to be seen and can hardly be explained. And that makes it a true work of art.
Mark B (au) wrote: the movie felt forced and improvised throughout ... mostly filled with skits that miss more then hit .. but entertaining if your a fan
Rolanda B (nl) wrote: truly an epic, done with style, real acting, no cgi characters.
Kelly V (ru) wrote: Great cast but sadly this failed to make it a great film. Bit confused that Sky had given it a 18 rating so I was constantly waiting for what ever would give reason for this and it never came.
Eric K (kr) wrote: One of the many drug-induced 60's counter-culture films, this really falls flat. It earns points for being strange, but it's not what I'd term "watchable". I struggled like mad to stay awake through the film (and it's not really all that long). The plot was nearly impossible to follow, as I think that the person who pieced this together might have been partaking from that 50ft. LSD pyramid. :P Come prepared if you have the iron will to slog through this. :)