Itinerant Kurdish teachers, carrying blackboards on their backs, look for students in the hills and villages of Iran, near the Iraqi border during the Iran-Iraq war. Said falls in with a group of old men looking for their bombed-out village; he offers to guide them, and takes as his wife Halaleh, the clan's lone woman, a widow with a young son. Reeboir attaches himself to a dozen pre-teen boys weighed down by contraband they carry across the border; they're mules, always on the move. Said and Reeboir try to teach as their potential students keep walking. Danger is close; armed soldiers patrol the skies, the roads, and the border. Is there a role for a teacher? Is there hope?
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Adrian B (it) wrote: This is as painful as a tooth being pulled maybe worse. Avoid this like a trip to the dentist (excuse the pun)
Robert S (es) wrote: Really well-handled documentary that films with a well crafted atmosphere of mystery and respect to those involved and to the subject. There are several of these tiles in Baltimore, one is near the White House in DC. DC also another variant of these in the "Stikman" street art that can be found all over the city.
Diganta B (kr) wrote: Dare not to seek a great cinematography, or the actings. Get ready to watch a completely predictable one with nothing new or worthy as a real movie. Just go through the choreography and enjoy the biggy tracks of gorgeous dances!
Miuho K (nl) wrote: Mark Webber is a good actor.I like Paul Dano too. But,,, hummm
Jonathan H (ag) wrote: I thought it was an alright movie. It would of been better on a higher budget, but it was pretty good for being low. Anyways I didn't really like the ending, but overall the movie was alright.
Karl F (us) wrote: Sans les nazis, c'etait parfait.
Karsh D (it) wrote: All about inter-breeding mutants which started 300 years ago when twin sister and brother got jiggy with each other. Popular in Norwich this film....strangely.
Jeffrey M (jp) wrote: Ambiguous, fascinating, and riveting, Reversal of Fortune is not your average legal thriller. It portrays facts and speculation raised by both sides of the case, and treats the viewer as the jury, rather than spoon feeding you an answer. A remarkable true story. Jeremy Irons took home an Oscar for this, and I completely see why.
Caleb G (us) wrote: Aardman Animation at their peak. Real artistry here.
Lee B (ca) wrote: Very cool movie, love the gothic feel and the way it was shot.....its one of those you can watch a bunch...
Eric H (au) wrote: It really pains me to say this, but A Good Day to Die Hard is a muddled, frustrating affair. As good as Bruce Willis continues to be as John McClane, and as fun as the action sequences are, it clashes with ugly cinematography, an unremarkable premise, and a VERY vanilla performance by Jai Courtney, with Willis often having to be pushed to the back. As it stands it's an okay action film, but it's the weak link in the Die Hard chain.
Keegan B (nl) wrote: Oh hail the one the only ZILLA!!!!!!!!!
Kathy B (de) wrote: Not what I expected, but that can be good.
Robin H (gb) wrote: Absolutely wonderful movie! We need more Christian based movies like these. A great family movie.
Mad Z (ag) wrote: The ratings do not lie. This was a bad movie! But lets back up a bit. This movie had a great set up! It was creepy, great unsettling ambiance, the actors were great, the writing was wonderful, and of course "the boy" was the creepiest thing in the movie. The premise of the movie was like something you would find out of a creepypasta, or at least one of the good ones. Everything was perfect, until the end. The final act is what KILLED the movie. The ending is right up there with M. Night Shyamalan, it was that bad. The twist was so generic, so typical, and so overly done that when it was revealed, I was literally angry at the film for the last thirty minutes. The movie lost it's creep factor from a twist that literally took seconds to reveal. And it was within those mere seconds that made me go from on the edge of my seat in fear, to wanting a refund to a movie I saw for free.