Broken Hill Blues

Broken Hill Blues

In a small mining community in Northern Sweden, a group of youngsters about to take the leap in the adult age fight with themselves and the world around, while the ground literally trembles under their feet.

In a small mining community in Northern Sweden, a group of youngsters about to take the leap in the adult age fight with themselves and the world around, while the ground literally trembles under their feet. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Broken Hill Blues torrent reviews

Char M (gb) wrote: not bad bollywood film.subtitles bit blinkin kwik tho x

Stuart P (br) wrote: A touching, quiet and well acted picture with a gentle humour and lots of pathos.

Skyler B (mx) wrote: Effective - if not derivative - look at the Abu Ghraib situation, Morris' film fails to reach the heights of storytelling found in his previous films (such as "Fog of War" or the sublime "Thin Blue Line"). However, it is still wells hot, the interviews are deep and telling, and the emotions you'll feel are still real.

Helder G (nl) wrote: The DVD uses the new name of Ninja's Creed, but the name kinda makes no sense. I like Royal Kill better, not to mention it just makes more sense. It's as if they just changed it to Ninja's Creed to be more commercially-appealing, but that was unnecessary.Anyway, the movie begins fairly straightforward: the last bastion of hope for the Kingdom of Samarza is an American girl, and the last line of defense against her assassination is a soldier from said kingdom. So the assassin and the soldier go to America.Then, things start to go insane. Everything you thought you knew about the characters and the movie itself is challenged and warped. I could cite some examples of movies and tv shows, but that might give the twists away. Saying there are twists does not.Apparently the movie had a low budget, but that doesn't detract from the wild ride you'll be in for if you give it a chance.Just be prepared to think fast!Oh, and if you have an idea as to what's the deal with the ending of the movie, please, let me know!

John N (au) wrote: Great inside of my favorite band.

Laura H (jp) wrote: I only wanna see it, cause Milo Ventimiglia is in it.

Anthony I (it) wrote: This little film by Wong Kar-Wai has made some kind of movement in the states, but only when Quentin Tarantino, straight off of the success of Pulp Fiction, decided to catalogue it in a selection of international deep cuts known as "Rolling Thunder pictures". He introduced to us a very simple-minded, un-pretensious, giddy Hong Kong film about love. There's a lot of funny little things here, having to do with canned goods. Also, this film arguably holds the record for the most times California Dreamin' by the Mamas and the Papas is played in a motion picture. It was played so much, that I now hate it. But in retrospect, it added to the gentle, playful nature of the film.

Jack G (de) wrote: close to being the worst of the series... which still means it's pretty fuckin good. somehow though Capshaw is more annoying than the Asian kid, which is a major drawback. but there's a lot of fun to it too, as long as you can stand shots of aligators right out of MST3000

Johnny S (fr) wrote: sequel to 1978 "every which way but loose" in 2 years. clint eastwood return reprise as philo beddoe who retired fighter but he continues return to the fighter. orangutan named clyde are return again (but different orangutan from the first one) and still starring return with geoffrey lewis and sondra lock... and with 'black window' again but the funniest with the wigs lol. lol nice movie "10" with bo derek turn face to ma (ruth gordon).

Allan C (es) wrote: Dull, low-budget 1960s science fiction story about astronauts who's rocketship crashes on an alien planet and find themselves battle strange alien monsters. And then add to this a healthy dose of sexism when the male astronauts must endure the indignity too there being A WOMAN as part of the crew! I will admit there is a charm to watching a miniature rocket at the bottom of a fish tank with crabs standing in as underwater alien creatures surrounding the ship, but that doesn't come close to making this film worth watching.

Joey P (mx) wrote: One of the truly great propaganda films of our time by (alongside Hitchcock) Britain's finest ever director.