Black Butterflies

Black Butterflies

Confronted by Apartheid and a father who was Minister of Censorship, Ingrid Jonker searched for a home, searched for love. With men like Jack Cope and André Brink she found much love, but no home. Later, in his first speech to the South African Parliament Nelson Mandela read her poem "The Dead Child of Nyanga" and addressed her as one of the finest poets of South Africa.

She searched for a home, she searched for love. Confronted by Apartheid and a father who was Minister of censorship. With men like Jack Cope and Andre Brink she found much love, but no home... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Black Butterflies torrent reviews

Thomas W (br) wrote: Wanting to rid their society of the educated elitists and artists who welcomed western society, the Khmer Rouge took over Cambodia ridding itself of those they deemed intellectual threats and inspiring artists who could lead their population astray. They started a new society -- an ethnically pure one -- in which they also decried education killing those who dared question "how" or "why". Filmmaker Rithy Panh adapts his own memoir of Cambodian life between 1975-1979 and narrates the entire documentary feature using clay carvings to populate recreated scenes he remembers from his youth intercut with news reals and the few surviving photos the crazed despot Pol Pot allowed to survive his crazed reign. It is fascinatingly done but at times hard to follow as I admittedly know little about this actual story. A good documentary informs and incites curiosity to know more ... this has done that. This was nominated Best Foreign Language Film at the 2013 Academy Awards.

Brad S (nl) wrote: More Than a Game is a bit of vehicle to advertise Lebron James - after all this movie would never have been made if a guy named Lebron James wasn't in it. However I believe that the sentiments in it are true. I think the love these young men have for each other is genuine and the movie isn't all about Lebron. Equal time is given to each member of the Fab Five. It's really about five guys growing up in adverse situations and forming a brotherhood - and that's really not such a horrible story.

Danielle K (de) wrote: A movie about first loves and synchronised swimming. In French.

Danny M (nl) wrote: Thought provoking but contrived. A very poor apologetic for greed.

Duke L (gb) wrote: love the movie best ever!

Benjamin N (jp) wrote: Fantastic little film.

miranda p (jp) wrote: love the Wayans' brothers . i have seen this many many times.

Tom D (es) wrote: The only thing wrong with this movie is that there's not enough Bruce Campbell!

Piero I (de) wrote: Vabb...continuiamo cos...facciamoci del male.

Daniel K (es) wrote: Jesus H Christ. Jean Harlow portrays such a heartless bitch. Her character is completely and utterly unsympathetic and she does NOT receive what would normally come to her. Thus the film departs from post-code (and basically every Hollywood picture ever made, in that the evildoer is left unpunished and actually flourishes because of their evil. Certainly not a great film, but extremely interesting to anyone with an interest in classic Hollywood films and/or pre/post-code differences. Harlow really works to make you hate her as well.

Sean F (gb) wrote: Second best dog burial scene in cinematic history.

Mohammed A (nl) wrote: It's good movie to watch