During the last half-century, Cambodia has witnessed genocide, decades of war and the collapse of social order. Now, documentary filmmaker Rithy Panh looks at an irreparable tragedy that is less visible, yet no less pervasive: the spiritual death that results when young women are forced into prostitution. Angry and impassioned, PAPER CANNOT WRAP UP EMBERS presents the searing stories of poor Asian women whose lives were violated and their destinies destroyed when their bodies were turned into items of sexual commerce. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Walter L (mx) wrote: Guns don't run on microchips. So yep this movie is false.PS that old dude needs to learn to shoot, I mean come on like 20 shots with a high powered rifle and you miss everyone. Lame.
Fran L (ca) wrote: Amazingly hilarious movie, managing to make a decidedly unfunny concept - extremely funny. People who are offended by it are not people who have broad minds that are supposed to be a characteristic of a civilised society, and are thus not much better than proponents of jihad themselves.
Herr B (br) wrote: I cant believe that people are disappointed for have not seen 'violence or terror". For Gods sake. there was a thousands people who suffered the worst pain who we can imagine, and the people said "boring"...Boring? Ask for that people if it was boring...Great movie and great denouncement.
Gita M (it) wrote: A really tight film. Hooda has given a brilliant performance.
Ahmad J (kr) wrote: The critics have no heart, this is possibly my favourite of it's genre that I've seen!
Jon B (fr) wrote: I love this movie despite it's flaws. And Ezra Godden...yum.
Adam S (nl) wrote: lots of twists and gore make this a good watch
Thomas P (fr) wrote: Well written, compelling, and honest to a fault about the life and untimely death of Rich Mullins - musician and author of Christian classics "Awesome God" and Amy Grant's popular "Sing Your Praise To The Lord" who struggled w alcoholism and self acceptance.A sensitive man, broken by a harsh father, who wrestled w the meaning of true Christianity and the idea of a loving Father God. He later found some answers thru Brennan Manning, an author who helped Mullins find closure and peace, after his difficult father had passed away.A touching, heartfelt portrayal - worthy bc of its honesty, authenticity and urgently needed message.Brilliant and satisfying.5 of 5
Dann M (es) wrote: The voyages of the Next Generation come to an end in the dark thriller Star Trek: Nemesis. In this last adventure the Enterprise is sent to Romulus on a diplomatic mission to meet with its new praetor, but they soon discover that he has built a secret weapon with the intent of destroying the Federation. Though the story makes no sense within the Star Trek canon, it's exciting and action-packed. And the cast delivers strong performances, especially Patrick Stewart and Brent Spiner. Additionally, the special effects and makeup are quite good, as is the score by Jerry Goldsmith. Star Trek: Nemesis is a problematic film, but overall it's a thrilling and dramatic conclusion to the TNG era of the franchise.
Joshua R (gb) wrote: After watching how awful was criticized, I was curious about this movie. Having a great cast in this day. But on that day the not so known cast was doing a satire of other movies which no one really seem to understood. It has some funny moments and it's an enjoyable ride, with some interesting characters, if you don't expect much you will get a fun ride.