Arrested after the death of an Israeli soldier, a Palestinian baker agrees to work as an informant, but his true motives and alliances remain hidden. So begins a dangerous game, is he playing his Israeli handler or will he really betray his cause? . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The drama, the story of three childhood friends and a young woman who are torn apart in their fight for freedom, is billed as the first fully-financed film to come out of the Palestinian cinema industry.
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Charlene B (ru) wrote: Melissa has a huge competition against a fictional character in her father's best-selling novel about a teenage super spy. When her father is kidnapped by a group of fans, it's up to Melissa to help him
Jose Luis M (ru) wrote: Lo nico bueno Bennie and the Jets
Nolan M (fr) wrote: Jay and Silent Bob rule!
David E (ca) wrote: For those unfamiliar with William S. Burroughs, this film adaptation of his novel "Naked Lunch" may not be for you.I have read a good portion of Burroughs' semi-autobiographic, but mostly fiction novel &, even though it took a while to decipher, I really liked it & eventually bought it; overtime, I could just imagine the scenarios being played out. When I saw the film adaptation, I was captivated as it seemed to bring the book to life (director David Cronenberg also included elements of Burroughs' other works). With unique acting (especially by Peter Weller as William Lee), strange/intriguing settings & characters (much praise for the Mugwump), & magnificent bold direction by Cronenberg, "Naked Lunch" was a great film that captured the essence of Burroughs' famed novel. A must-see for fans of the author's works or of the Beat Generation!
Michael S (ag) wrote: Moody film that sticks in your memory. Jean Seberg really wasnt much of an actress but this part fits her almost too well. The sensitive cinematography is really the star in this film.
Kaung S (it) wrote: Dead Silence offers enormously scary scenes throughout its untidy and boring story, despite its surprising ending.
Manu G (gb) wrote: Buried deep in the Florida Everglades is a secret that can save an innocent man or let a killer kill again. Good movie. The movie didn't really surprise me that much and I have seen better but still I thought it was well made. It really seem like Sean Connery nail his part and Laurence Fishburne did allright too as a supporting actor.The year is 1986. In Ochopee, Florida, 11-year-old Joanie Shriver is kidnapped, raped, and murdered. Bobby Earl Ferguson is arrested by officers Tanny Brown and J. T. Wilcox, who proceed to beat Bobby into confessing to the murder. Bobby is placed on trial, where Bobby's defense attorney McNair puts up a lousy defense for Bobby, and Bobby is sentenced to be executed. Now, eight years later, Bobby hands a letter to his grandmother Evangeline and asks Evangeline to go to Cambridge, Massachusetts, to hire Harvard law professor Paul Armstrong to clear Bobby's name. At Harvard, Paul is attacking capital punishment in a campus debate, when Evangeline arrives and hands the letter to Paul. Paul goes home, where his wife Laurie is throwing a birthday party for their young daughter Katey. Laurie reads the letter and she encourages Paul to take the case, even though he hasn't practiced law in 25 years. Paul, Laurie, and Katey head to Florida, where Paul meets Bobby in the prison. Bobby tells Paul his side of the story and what Tanny and Wilcox did. Paul begins to believe that Bobby was railroaded. Bobby tells Paul to speak to Blair Sullivan, a man who is also on death row. Blair gives Paul some clues that could prove Bobby's innocence and Blair's own guilt. But in the process of trying to clear Bobby, Paul learns some disturbing truths about Bobby, putting Paul and his family in a fight for their lives.
Matthew B (ag) wrote: You know you are walking into a drama - but the alcoholic dad thing is a little clich (C). And in this case while well done a little close to home. Anne and I are not going to be seeing this one again.
John R (us) wrote: Mcadams's accent was dire! Slow film but thought Franco was decent.
Weul S (de) wrote: An aging number-runner in love with his croupier-in-training neighbor makes a quick buck from her estranged drug pushing husband, so long as the rightful owners of the drugs don't kill them all first. This film is well-constructed, beautifully acted, & wholly forgettable.
Todd C (jp) wrote: This is one of those little horror movies that sneaks up on you the more you think about it after you've finished watching it. The effective performance by Sheila Keith (as the deranged Dorothy Yates) is unsettling enough to give anyone the willies.