Darfur Now

Darfur Now

This acclaimed documentary follows the story of six people who are determined to end the sufferings in Sudan's war-ravaged Darfur. The six - an American activist, an international prosecutor, a Sudanese rebel, a sheikh, a leader of the World Food Program and an internationally known actor - demonstrate the power of how one individual can create extraordinary changes.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:98 minutes
  • Release:2007
  • Language:Fur,Arabic,English,Spanish
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:rape,   despair,   mass murder,  

An examination of the genocide in Sudan's western region of Darfur. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mark M (ag) wrote: Awesome Church-ish movie about the pioneers. Too many characters get lost and some poor pacing, but overall a great movie. And the little guy totally stole the show.

Richard L (au) wrote: Pretty lame, kind of gross, but also kind of fun. The best "movie in the movie" is "I Was a Teenage Werebear", a fun gay twist on some classic werewolf movies.

Arturo M (ru) wrote: The film, as the title may suggest, mainly focuses on the characters and their experience, sometimes losing in interest in its own flow, with a script that (perhaps purportedly)conveys an uncomfortable sense of stagnation. However, it's an enjoyable film contained skillfully in the nature and sequence of its shots.

EvaLena I (ag) wrote: A woman finds a loveletter and she thinks that the young man working in her bookstore have sent it to her. They starts a relationship and one day he finds the letter in her house thinking she have wrote it to him. The loveletter really complicates the life for the people around the small town were the bookstory is. But all works out well at the end. Good story I think :)

Sean M (it) wrote: Absolutely the best type of film making I've had the pleasure to view? This effort really brings back the wondrous and seemingly insane times surrounding the fight and it's aftermath? Wonderful material!

Javon J (gb) wrote: A YO SUNSET PARK WUT TYME IZ IT, ITZ TYME TU GIT LIVE, ITZ TYME TU REPRESENT!!!!

Adam C (kr) wrote: As a funny little slice of life this film is fantastic. It is a lot like the dark british comedies of the 1950's. It is one part black comedy but at the same time sweet. The cast of goofy characters are all funny and how they all interact with one another in their small town is very funny. Michael Palin is very funny here and Maggie Smith is really terrific as well. Very enjoyable, dry British comedy.

Candi B (ca) wrote: From the write up on IMDB I expected more from this movie. The build up in the beginning was well done, also leading you to expect great things. Unfortunately it didn't deliver. I found Tess Panzer's character annoying. Near the end she kept on repeating tell me what you've done or I'll shoot you (with variations) for WAY too long and I think the whole audience was thinking come on, shoot already, get it done so we can go home. In a nutshell... the tension doesn't last, there are no real scary bits, and the characters are weak or annoying. I have no idea why this rated 5.3 on IMDB - there must be a secret fan base out there somewhere.

Ben U (ru) wrote: With a dash of German Expressionism, a pinch of Italian neo-realism, a streak of BBC docudrama and American anthology series' like Twilight Zone, Children of the Damned is a far superior sequel to Village of the Damned.In fact calling it a sequel is rather silly as it shares little from the original, which is an excellent thing.The title even manages to hold far more significance as the plot thickens and we come to understand the possibilities.Politically and morally layered, draped in the fears of the cold war, the film sheds its predecessor's country attire and enters the labyrinthine London streets for what is essentially a chase and standoff film.Though somewhat episodic (director Alan Leader primarily directed TV) the film offers some great set pieces and scientific and moral quandaries. The handling of the children as something other than the evil little beings of the first film is a testament to screenwriter John Briley. The sci-fi elements are kept to a bare minimum though are used in far more creative and exciting ways than VotD, which heightens the terror and curiosity until we reach that inevitable question of "why can't we all just get along?" to startlingly effect.

Randy T (es) wrote: I love films that combine my passion for WWII history with my passion for cinema.

Mark M (br) wrote: While it was well animated and voiced, the film boasts a rather simple story for Batman's standards, and as such, Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman lacks the edge it's 'prequels' - Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) and Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero (1998) - had and serves no bigger purpose in the grand scheme of the DCAU.

Gabriel C (gb) wrote: Grown Ups brings together a once in a lifetime cast, but doesn't give them much to do besides crack stale jokes and urinate in swimming pools.