A symphony in three movements. Things such as a Mediterranean cruise, numerous conversations, in numerous languages, between the passengers, almost all of whom are on holiday... Our Europe. At night, a sister and her younger brother have summoned their parents to appear before the court of their childhood. The children demand serious explanations of the themes of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity. Our humanities. Visits to six sites of true or false myths: Egypt, Palestine, Odessa, Hellas, Naples and Barcelona.
Writer:Hannah Arendt (additional material), Walter Benjamin (additional material), Léon Brunschvicg (additional material), Jean-Paul Curnier (additional mate
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Michael H (mx) wrote: Interesting. Amusing for a while. Rather perplexing. Some engrossing segments. Ultimately not very satisfying. A director to keep an eye on, though.
Gaurav S (br) wrote: Lootera is beatiful & poetic. The only problem was that there was not much happening in the last 1 hour. Visually, it's charming, but somewhere, with its leisurely pace, it lost the flow. Will go for another watch to let it sink in better. The cinematogapher deserves an award for this, reminded me of Ray's era. The background score is spot on, Amit Trivedi, you beauty. Sonakshi Sinha & Ranveer Singh were genuinely impressive. The first half is just brilliant. Motwane indulged himself too much in Darjeeling and lost the flow somewhere in the mountains. But Motwane is here to stay, he is an instant genius.
The N (ag) wrote: psimo manejo de cmara
Ujjwal J (kr) wrote: u cant help but fall in love with "TAHAAN",
Brodie A (ca) wrote: I recently binged Sex and the City for the first time. I was excited to watch the movie but found myself playing on my phone during most of it. I love the girls, but it didn't feel the same and my hate for Big grew even more.
Wayne Z (au) wrote: If you can find this movie watch it.
Walter M (es) wrote: [font=Century Gothic]"In the Pit" is an insightful documentary about the building of the second deck of the Pereferico Freeway in Mexico City, focusing on men(and one woman) who worked on the immense project.(It should be noted that there is a sort of hyper-masculinity infecting the workers. One even spent his time spying on passing female motorists.) Through this, there forms an incisive portrait of the class system of Mexico. To start, the construction crews were mostly from the lower and working classes who risked their lives working below, on(while dodging traffic) and above the ground. Building another deck was a particularly bourgeois solution to the traffic woes as most people who own a car are at least of the middle class. By comparison, the workers take buses to and from the site. I do not think the second deck will even alleviate traffic in the long run, as it will just lead to more cars taking to the roads.(For more information, read "The Power Broker" by Robert Caro.) and therefore to more pollution. [/font]
Stefanie S (fr) wrote: I actually really enjoyed this movie, I don't understand how it has such a low rating on here..it was full of action and unexpected humor..I was personally pleasantly surprised!
Bruna B (ag) wrote: Beautiful photography, but soooo boring!
Scott W (au) wrote: good movie.. though the ending could have been better written..
Julien E (au) wrote: Al Pacino offre une excellente performance comme son habitude, mais malheureusement, le film n'est pas si bon que a. C'est plutt long et a tourne toujours dans le mme sens.
Nate l (ca) wrote: A very odd and unusual movie?but it was a VERY good movie?BRILLIANT actors and lots of dramatic scenes
Tucker S (nl) wrote: Only good one in the series
Calvin R (mx) wrote: The amazing spider-man was great. It had a great cast with great performance, it was thrilling. The script was excellent, it had dazzling visuals, and a solid story despite revisiting 2002's Spiderman. All and all , great reboot.
Ilsa W (es) wrote: Some hilarious, cringeworthy moments as you'd expect and even when it's not laugh out loud funny it's still an enjoyable watch. Much better than the first Inbetweeners movie, i'd be quite happy if they made another one!