Escape: Human Cargo

Escape: Human Cargo

An American entrepreneur is closing a deal in Saudi Arabia in 1977. After a fallout with his influential Saudi partners, they have him arrested. Due to the US policy of noninterference in SA, the embassy won't help him. He must escape.

An American entrepreneur is closing a deal in Saudi Arabia in 1977. After a fallout with his influential Saudi partners, they have him arrested. Due to the US policy of noninterference in SA, the embassy won't help him. He must escape. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Michael D (ca) wrote: With how much I liked the first Waiting movie, I tried, I tried hard to like this. The charm, quirkyness and originality of the first one wasn't there. There were some funny things in it and some great little snippets. The cameos steal the show because there's not much in the regular characters to carry it. If I paid to rent it, I would feel cheated. If I bought it, I'd be using it for a frisbee. Skip it. It will only let you down.

Sampo P (jp) wrote: Lots of good ideas, but also embarrassing moments.

Vishal G (ag) wrote: what is religion and hindu or muslim or christian or sikhism we are from only and only ONE the ALMIGHTY GOD..part of its divine form, then why fight

Gonalo M (br) wrote: Una pelcula con principios morales. Talvez por eso no es tan popular

Mikko D (ca) wrote: Not the best works of Ken Russell but succeeds to be interesting, goofy, crazy and visually goodlooking 70's movie. Some really genious ideas but the entity is little bit too weird.

Cliff M (it) wrote: Far superior to the similar eternal sunshine movie, it is Mindbending, but then it is Christopher Nolan as director, and he has style.

Michael Lee T (au) wrote: This Is England paints a gritty working class picture of 1980's England, a picture rarely seen in mainstream cinema and for that alone it has to be credited. It's a very well made low-budget film and it's directed to perfection, with Shane Meadows getting the most out of a very promising cast. It's a story that evokes strong empathy towards the characters and it's the performances by the main cast, in particular Thomas Turgoose and Stephen Graham, that enhance this empathy further. This Is England has a unique style, it's set in a unique time and it revolves around a unique set of individuals that have been 'let down' by someone or something, weather that be a loved one or the government. The main reason I enjoyed this film is because there is so much you can take from it as an individual. At the time of it's release I truly believed Shane Meadows had created something special and since then he's gone on to make multiple critically acclaimed spin off TV series of the film. All of which are fantastic.One of my favourite British films of all time.

Jaime D (br) wrote: I'm not really a big fan of bio movies and although this tried to push the envelope with some interesting off beat production techniques it didn't change my mind. Deliberately stagy and academic there just wasn't enough to the characters for me to care and by the end I was a smidge bored.