Neshoba

Neshoba

NESHOBA tells the story of a Mississippi town still divided about the meaning of justice, 40 years after the murders of civil rights workers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael ...

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Chey Y (br) wrote: It has elegant wits and comedy in this drama, but halfway the film suddenly became redundant, a sudden change of tone and direction, an art film went wrong.

Mathieu C (nl) wrote: Le pulp fiction a la Francaise! Tu veux un burger?

Jonathan D (gb) wrote: This movie documents the planning and execution of an anti-Israeli terrorist act from the perspective of the Palestinians, and particularly of one of the suicide bombers who volunteers for the mission.For much of the movie, it is both stunning and incredibly difficult to watch. The anti-Israeli sentiment is not part of the movie's polemics, but being told (and filmed) from entirely within the West Bank, these attitudes are the canvas on which the entire film is painted. We enter the personal lives of the bombers, and also see to a degree how they're being used. While one is filmed, reading a diatribe he obviously didn't write, holding a rifle he's obviously never touched before, his handlers are eating sandwiches, and the camera is malfunctioning. The movie is only watchable because it is so dispassionate and careful for much of its running time. It's like taking a nasty medicine - unpleasant, but you also know that watching it benefits you - by widening your perspective.As the story complicates, and especially toward the end, it becomes weaker. Some of the tension gets redirected into a new conflict, and the polemics creep toward the creators' sleeves. There is a heated discussion over whether these tactics are appropriate, and you sense that this POV is just being aired out, not integral to the drama. When we're supposed to understand the "why", it does not really emerge from what we've watched for the last ninety minutes, but rather a conveniently added character backstory, and the easy answer: "It's the Jews' fault."Perhaps that's inevitable with a story made this way. In spite of its limitations, this is definitely a movie worth seeing if you have interest in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and if you can maintain your calm with a story line that might normally enrage you.

Pee W (au) wrote: top 10 my favorite movie of all time

Simon T (br) wrote: The tone of John Boorman's acclaimed drama is extraordinary: at once elegiac and gently satirical while ratcheting up the very real desperation of the quartet of middle-aged city types whose river trip is soon ambushed by the hicks they've been too quick to patronise. With a notable soundtrack of duelling banjos and woodland birds, this still ranks - along with Point Blank and Hope and Glory - as Boorman's masterpiece. A poem, a thriller, an existential meditation - unique.

Ahmed B (br) wrote: Well-acted but ultimately unmemorable .

Joshua L (de) wrote: Pretty cool! Easter was my fav.