A sweet comic film about an Italian man who comes out of the closet and the affect it has on his life and his crazy family. A family movie about the stereotypes of homosexuals and Italians – called by critics "the gay" My Big Fat Greek Wedding.
- Stars:Pablo Echarri, Tristán Ulloa, Pilar Punzano, Marian Aguilera, Andrés Gertrúdix, Marta Ambit, Juan Díaz, Rosa Estévez, Guillermo Rivas, Arturo Arribas, Jesús Calvo, Luke Kirby, Ginette Reno, Paul Sorvino, Mary Walsh, Peter Miller, Claudia Ferri, Sophie Lorain, Tim Post, Tara Nicodemo, Pierrette Robitaille, Dino Tavarone, Mark Camacho, Michel Perron, Lou Vani, Diane Lavallée,
- Director:Émile Gaudreault,
- Writer:Steve Galluccio (play), Steve Galluccio (screenplay), Émile Gaudreault (screenplay)
The son of Italian immigrants to Canada struggles to find the best way to reveal to his parents that he's gay. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(ru) wrote: Neelakasham Pachakadal Chuvanna Bhoomi is charming, not just by its stunning array of visuals by Gireesh Gangadharan but also by a rare flamboyance. While going into his second film Sameer Thahir has pulled off a beauty. The scenes are marked by a fluidity, the result of a painful effort tracking two youths who are on a long ride on their bikes.Working with a beautifully crafted script by Hashir Mohamed, the film is immensely helped by two actors gifted with a flair for behaving naturally. Dulquer Salman and Sunny Wayne play Kasi and Suni who spell magic on screen assisted by the rhythmic rumble of their bullets.Perhaps the only thing that stretches out in this film would be its title. Everything else just happens, much like how Kasi decides to go for a trip across the length of the country. He doesn't know why or where. All he hopes is that a trip would transform him without leaving traces of certain memories. Even the romance is played out at a secondary level, essayed in crisp, beautiful flourishes with minimal exchange of words. Any slightest inclination to liken this film to a classic is deftly nipped right from the outset.If the protagonist of Motorcycle diaries is emboldened by a new found idealism, Kasi undergoes bouts of vacillation, recurring moments where he strives to stabilise himself leading up to a self-realisation of being a protector to being protected.The lead characters are not besotted with a wild, churlish streak. In fact they appear sublimely calm most often, their tranquillity rarely diffusing into any sort of tension. The film discusses politics at its own level despite overt reference to Left-politics. There is a scene where an old Bengali Leftist stammers with bits of a feted Malayalam revolutionary song. The scene doesn't linger on. It is more obsessed with the politics of life; intriguing and sometimes plain as Kasi puts it: My fate is determined by my decisions.Dulquer has a charismatic way of expressing himself and his portrayal of Kasi demonstrates how much he holds for the future. His voice-over is vibrant, evocative and brilliantly expressive. The script might throw up a few inconsistencies like the way the two characters move on completely safe and unharmed even as they stand witness to a man being slain in a land of riot.A proclaimed communist youth riding a bike with a sign that celebrates an American fictional character might be jarring for his persona. It could even be contended by accounting for his varying impulses. Yet this is a film that is too luring to be chided, because of its immense scope and the sheer energy and the way it carries off a pure air of freedom.
(gb) wrote: At times it's a little slow but it's a good story with a satisfying enough ending.
(ag) wrote: Or The One Where Michael Moore Might Have Convinced Me of Something.I have always seen Michael Moore as a fascinating and entertaining filmmaker, but I've never been swayed by any of his films. Usually his tactics seem, while highly entertaining, highly manipulative and inauthentic in their portrayal of the facts. However, with his 2007 film Sicko, I found Moore's arguments both entertaining and convincing.As Moore takes on the health care system in America, he shows not only the flaws in our system, but the solution to our problems. He's still sarcastic, but there's a heart to this film. Moore seems to really connect with the individuals he interviews, and even if he is antagonistic towards "big brother" he has a brotherly love for his participants.I was captivated by Moore's portrayal of the problem and solution in this film. He gives great context to the problem of health care in American history, shows real life examples that make you feel sympathetic to the problem, and gives compelling examples of how it can work. If you haven't seen Sicko, you should take the chance to educate yourself.
(ca) wrote: Horrible - bad acting, bad script, overdone plot. Just bad.
(mx) wrote: Bad, painful-to-watch comedy from the once-interesting Bob Clark. What happened, Bob?
(nl) wrote: A cheesy little-known slasher gem with a fun setting and a decent looking guise for the killer.
(jp) wrote: It isn't the best film for any of them, but Audrey Hepburn and Peter O'toole make magic together in this clever caper film.
(jp) wrote: Barbara Stanwyck, Fritz Lang...couldn't go wrong. And yet it does, miserably. Frightful script, slow, meaningless, boring shots serve only to padd out a slight feature. Avoid.
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(br) wrote: Tries too hard to be artsy and weird