Hank Williams First Nation

Hank Williams First Nation

An elderly Cree man decides that before he dies he must travel via Greyhound from his remote Indian Reservation in Northern Canada, into the southern United States to visit the grave of Hank Williams. Along the way he and his traveling companion, a 17 yr old nephew, are picked up as a regional human-interest story in the US press. News of their growing celebrity causes a stir back home among an eclectic cast of locals; including a chief running desperately for re-election, a young girl trying desperately to find a prom date, a teacher trying desperately to help, and a social worker trying desperately to get a transfer.

Life in a remote Indian Reservation is stirred up when one of its Elders begins to question the death of Hank Williams. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Hank Williams First Nation torrent reviews

Courtney K (mx) wrote: huh; i did like it. not much happens... but it sort of tricked me? i obviously first thought A, then it could be B, but then something else happened which disproved B, so what the heck is happening? turned out to be C. ... that probably didn't make much sense. but at any rate, i liked it -- super interesting way to tell a story.

Liam D (mx) wrote: This film has an important core message but it's a little jumbled and messy. The character choice is very creative and they give insight to the effects of global warming on their lives. But I feel that this film didn't sent it's message as far as it possibly could, like Al Gores "An Inconvenient Truth" did. Pete Postlethwaite's character wasn't utilised as well as it could have, leaving this film only a good attempt to ask the rhetoric, "Why didn't we stop climate change when we had the chance?" and not a great film asking the same question.

Daniel T (ru) wrote: Like Minds est un thriller captivant qui nous plonge dans l'univers effrayant de la psychologie. Manipulation et emprise mentale sont au rendez-vous.

Don M (de) wrote: I bit unbelievable, but that's what makes it what it is. Solid concept that matches the movie title, with good performances by the cast.

Camrianne H (au) wrote: Funny funny western spoof. I've seen enough to know that what they're making fun of really needed to be made fun of. "You love me. I'm the only one that can ride you." - gets me every time, especially since the same basic quote is also on Flicka, only they meant it seriously there.

Simon L (jp) wrote: I remember watching this with my dad a few years back, it was channel 4 HD last week, couldn't resist. Very dated yes, still has its zany appeal that I remember from when I fist watched it. I like the whole plot of twist of when astronauts first land on the moon and discover some evidence that they are not the first and in fact somebody has been there some 60 years before they had in 1899, after that it does become a tad silly however but that aside an enjoyable watch

Emilia R (nl) wrote: One of my favourite films of all time, without a doubt.

John R (mx) wrote: 160603: 17th Bond Film. Izabella Scorupco was the highlight of this Bond film. My seemingly never-ending unhappiness with Bond films continues. 3 only based upon my giving License to Kill (1989) a 3.

Simon D (ru) wrote: I watched this ten days ago and I hardly remember anything about it. That's not a good sign. I do remember not finding it funny or that interesting.