Fokofpolisiekar: Forgive Them for They Know Not What They Do
A South African documentary film about 5 young Afrikaans punk rockers that transformed a generation during a unique time in history - in one of the most reluctantly complex and evolving societies of the 21st century. The film follows the story of the band over 4 years as they forge a place for themselves and their fans in the new South Africa, in the process challenging the stigmas and expectations placed on them by their Afrikaner heritage, the church and tradition. Through the death threats and Christian backlash, they stood tall - sentries for the right to identity and freedom of thought. A story that transcends language and culture; and bravely faces a truth, that most would've left in darkness.
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Fokofpolisiekar: Forgive Them for They Know Not What They Do torrent reviews
(ca) wrote: Apparently, in the 20th century women were really, really boring.
(au) wrote: Haha there are funny moments!
(au) wrote: Rather disappointing. Too light.
(kr) wrote: Got to be one of the worst films I have EVER seen, and I have seen a lot of films
(jp) wrote: Every single dialogue was cult cult cult....
(jp) wrote: An aquatic class examination cum formulaic horror.
(gb) wrote: So I read all the great reviews of this movies. I really enjoyed it until the last 30 minutes. Just not impressed with the ending. Great acting. Especially Javier Bardem. Played a great psychopath. The ending really just did nothing for me.
(br) wrote: Classic movie with numerous memorable quotes that can be shared and passed down to the next generation of FABULOUS tweens and teens.
(gb) wrote: Everything about this is incredibly bad from the story and the acting this was unwatchable by the end
(jp) wrote: Awesome movie, awesome soundtrack, awesome cast...
(us) wrote: The most romantic stalker movie.
(ca) wrote: ben kingsley is a brilliant actor and it is shown in this masterpiece
(au) wrote: Outstanding performace by Dustin Hoffman, as he, at 120, accounts his days being raised by the indians...wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!
(kr) wrote: An under-performed action thriller.
(us) wrote: Tense, compelling, pretty (though the colour-timing is a bit Instagram-filter-esque), and well-acted. The ending is a little wanky, but I liked Meek's Cutoff, so I can't really say much about that.
(jp) wrote: Slow at times but Spoorloos is worh it.