He Died with a Felafel in His Hand

He Died with a Felafel in His Hand

A search for love, meaning and bathroom solitude. Danny goes through a series of shared housing experiences in a succession of cities on the east coast of Australia. Together these vignettes form a narrative that is surprisingly reflective.

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He Died with a Felafel in His Hand torrent reviews

Francis V (au) wrote: Bruce was awesome ,loved Helen n John I watch this over every now and then great movie

Lenny R (ag) wrote: Anne Hathaway, shame on you! Kate evidently doesn't know better, but you certainly do.

Seth M (br) wrote: I was not a fan of this movie, however I was interested in seeing Nora Ephrons's biographical movie. I am a fan of Ephron's work. Streep and Nicholson give good performances (as they should) but not their best. They were very unforgetable roles. I did not really like it, and I think I even fast forwarded through some parts just so I could say I have seen it. Some parts were just very boring. If you want to see Streep and Nicholson together in amazing roles...watch: "Iornweed."

Knox M (ag) wrote: Airplane! is resourceful - it uses all kinds of comedy to its advantage.

Brad G (fr) wrote: Despite an incredible cast of Navy Men (Charlton Heston, Ronny Cox, Stephen McHattie, Stacey Keach, Christopher Reeve, David Carradine, Ned Beatty) this underwater disaster film is a bit of a snooze. A radarless Norwegian cargo ship blindly rams into the USS Neptune sending it into the depths of the Atlantic Ocean. The Navy scrambles to rescue the tin can sailors as they bicker amongst each other. Lots of rising and diving and rising and diving and rising and diving...the drama becomes tiresome after a while punctuated with David Carradine's endless know-it-all eye rolls. VF.

Paul P (de) wrote: While the similarities to the academy award nominated Greek film 'Dogtooth' are disturbing. The tone of this film is alot more serious and doesn't go for shock effect. The performance by Claudio Brook as the husband and father of the family is all kinds of messed up. His obvious mental illness is disturbing to watch because you never know when he's going to act out on his family. The rat poison, the constant pounding rain, the punishment cells, all of it is so damn heavy. When the film ended i launched out of my seat just so i could feel that i got away from the situation this family was in.

Kelly C (kr) wrote: I wish I could rate this one higher because the premise sounded interesting. I've been in a situation much like this. Many I know have been in situations like this...Minus the pissy stolidness, and general unlikeability that seems to hang around Wendy's head. Every scene seemed to drag out impossibly long, saturating the audience with Wendy's pessimism. I "get" what the movie is trying to prove - being poor is hard. I completely disagree with the other premise of the movie "people are not very nice to poor people". We are led to believe this in the movie because Wendy doesn't really ask for help. It would cramp her style, I guess. For such a small town, we're supposed to believe the homeless shelter/food bank has a line out the door like they sometimes do in big cities. Of course, instead of patiently waiting her turn...Wendy bolts. She doesn't find the nearest church. She doesn't make a cardboard sign. She doesn't offer to carry groceries outside of the grocery store for tips. Instead, she steals a can of dog food and we're supposed to feel sorry for her and praise her nobility in doing so. They make the store clerk who busts her as annoying as possible to drive the point home. "The world hates the poor!" By the end of the movie, I couldn't stomach Wendy because she was ABLE-BODIED, nothing was stopping her, and she didn't even TRY. I have been in a situation just as bad and have known some in WORSE situations who have gone on to succeed because they develop a will to survive. This was what I was hoping to see in this movie - A person who had everything turned against them who fought back. Instead, I see a girl with no personality or spark meandering through scenes with a permanent "poor me" blank face. Her poor choices make no sense (driving from Indiana to Alaska to get a job). Hello - Why not work at the local 7-11 in Indiana and save money until you have a safety net to afford that move? Ugh. The unfortunate thing is that there are a LOT of Wendys in this world who want to live their life whimsically, void of responsibility to do what they WANT to do without a logical thought or plan to make steps towards what they want. Then, they wonder why they end up struggling. In this case, Wendy could be a great 'what NOT to do' tale, but I have the feeling this was just one of those "life sucks" movies that's supposed to make you cry and get upset over the injustice that some people make smart choices in their lives and their pocketbook reflects it. I'm over this crap. Show me a movie with a crippled veteran. Not an able-bodied sulky brat who does dumb things.