In 1850s Louisiana, the willfulness of a tempestuous Southern belle threatens to destroy all who care for her.
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Max S (mx) wrote: It looked cool...but not all that "good"
Angela E (de) wrote: Convoluted, long flashbacks, drags in the middle. Give it a miss.
Alex M (au) wrote: I'm a sucker for drama comedies like this, so I really enjoyed it, and I loved the cast. Not the most original story in the world - at times it feels like a comedic version of 'We Don't Live Here Anymore' - but that doesn't stop it from being a good film.
Ramona T (ru) wrote: Standing strong/ Do you belong/ In your skin/ Just wondering...
Patrick O (es) wrote: Absolutely awesome documentary!
Lady D (ca) wrote: Bought but not yet watched
Nic H (ag) wrote: Very long but worth the watch.
Margarida A (es) wrote: "Bellissimo" with Anita Ekberg on a huge billboard drinking a glass of "latte"; fabulous Romy Schneider undressing while on the phone with her lawyer and Sophia Loren in a real italian "rifa".
Eric H (it) wrote: JIMMY'S HALL is a movie about the pervasive paranoia and corruption of Ireland's Government/Church partnership in maintaining "moral order" in a world that is absorbing new ideologies; where principles and tenets cannot be contained in ancestral and inbred receptacles. The community demonstrates an unrelenting courage and willingness to confront representatives of the power elite in their attempt to love, laugh, frolic, and examine doctrines that have been intrinsic to them - no longer isolated they dare to defy through unity thereby gathering courage. Director Ken Loach's radiant portrayal of Jimmy Gralton resurrects a fighter whose name was all but forgotten. The combat against a powerful, intransigent armed state in 1932 seemed desperately futile, but history has proved otherwise.