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Shahba S (nl) wrote: boring, even as a big fan of the series. but still not that bad
Jennifer L (gb) wrote: This is one vacation I wouldn't want lol.
Tootsie K (nl) wrote: This is an absolutely funny political movie. It's one of those movies I like to watch during election time. It shows how both sides can get along during a time of crisis.
Walter M (ca) wrote: The powerful "War Requiem" starts with an old man(Laurence Olivier, in his last screen appearance, more or less) being pushed in his wheelchair by a nurse(Tilda Swinton) while regaling her with tales of his experiences in World War I. That was the same war that poet Wilfred Owen(Nathaniel Parker) served in and died towards the end of. On the surface, he is the subject of this film, as it follows him in a nonsequential fashion from basic training through the inhumanity he witnessed in the trenches, with rare moments of caring and sympathy. Along with this haunting imagery, there is also a good deal of Christian symbolism, which this being a Derek Jarman film, might offend one or two people. To describe his experiences, Owen used letters home and poetry which resonates to the present day(while the main setting is World War I, archival footage is shown from more recent wars) and the power of the written word is key here. Ironically, this is a movie without words, all sound coming from a requiem written by Benjamin Britten which contributes to form a grieving tribute to fallen soldiers of all eras.
Andrea G (fr) wrote: Cheesy 80's move and I loved it!
Scott R (nl) wrote: A mother and daughter struggling to survive through WW2.
Yi Jian H (au) wrote: The synopsis is right; this is only watchable as an historical artifact. Yay, communist revolution on Mars!
Jeremiah A (ru) wrote: no words its that amazing plz i hope they make more