In the Land of the Deaf
The films and methods of Nicolas Philibert, maker of Etre et avoir, have shown him to be one of contemporary cinema’s most acclaimed documentarists. In The Land of the Deaf is an elegantly spare and thoughtful portrait of the rich, diverse, but often isolated culture of the deaf community. The film has tremendous power and value: it educates and transports us to another way of occupying this world, and it does so in a pleasurable, unrushed and intelligent fashion.
- Stars:Jean-Claude Poulain, Abou Bakar, Anh Tuan, Betty, Florent, Frédéric, Jalal, Karen, Tomo, Odile Ghermani, Babette Deboissy, Denis Azra, Victor Abbou, Levent Beskardes, Monica Flory,
- Country:Italy, France, UK, Switzerland
- Director:Nicolas Philibert,
- Writer:Nicolas Philibert
With unerring curiousity and sensitivity, director Philbert portrays the difficulties and joys of being deaf, offering vivid portraits of people of all ages coping with and surmounting their challenges. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
In the Land of the Deaf torrent reviews
(gb) wrote: Predictably trite story done in service of the continued mental enslavement of an entire race of people who will continue to eat it up with a spoon.
(de) wrote: Ye gads, these people are crazy.
(fr) wrote: I just love the 'made for Sci-Fi channel' movies. You just know its gonna be good being called "Mansquito". Class
(ag) wrote: i didnt get it and ya....i wouldnt really recommend it...
(es) wrote: clearly Tsui Hark's worst film, even worse than Knock Off!
(de) wrote: A reporter (Craig Fairbrass) is investigating a number of occult rituals that are taking place in South Wales. Craig Fairbrass is a terribly boring in the lead role and "Darklands" is just a very forgettable mystery-thriller that 'borrows' plot points from "Wicker Man" and "The Omen". Decent, but nothing else.
(es) wrote: ipak, u "tits, tribal tattoos i wtf moments"domeni - 4
(kr) wrote: Surprisingly intriguing.
(ca) wrote: joyful, happy happy movie. not fully but overall it made me smile.this shows how movies in the past used to be, and now everyone wants a show with stars and big lights.
(br) wrote: Yea, funny. A High school comedy with Pauly Shore and Brendan Frazer. Nothing too dramatic here overall, a little silly, but fun.
(jp) wrote: I watched this a few years ago and thought it was real funny. This time, it didn't seem that funny - just sad. Rated 3.5 stars.