Like a Candide dreaming of Eldorado, Jallel lands in France, hoping to try his luck. From encounter to encounter, hostel to social welfare group, Jallel will make his way through a Paris of outcasts. Although failing to achieve his hopes, he discovers and shares in the solidarity felt by the destitute. –uniFrance
- Stars:Sami Bouajila, Élodie Bouchez, Bruno Lochet, Aure Atika, Olivier Loustau, Virginie Darmon, Mustapha Adouani, Sami Zitouni, Carole Franck, Jean-Michel Fête, Manuel Le Lièvre, François Genty, Meryem Serbah, Francis Arnaud, Nejlb Nekales,
- Director:Abdellatif Kechiche,
- Writer:Abdellatif Kechiche (scenario and dialogue)
Like a Candide dreaming of Eldorado, Jallel lands in France, hoping to try his luck. From encounter to encounter, hostel to social welfare group, Jallel will make his way through a Paris of outcasts. Although failing to achieve his hopes, he discovers and shares in the solidarity felt by the destitute. –uniFrance . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Poetical Refugee torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: This movie is a bit slow and the ending is very dissatisfying.
(it) wrote: It was a cute movie about how "perfection comes in many flavours!"
(de) wrote: Kedelig. men fik da tiden indtil fodboldkampen startede til at g?. Hvorfor kalder man den en thriller nr den ikke indeholder det mindste spnding??
(it) wrote: Nothing too special. A couple familiar faces, but no actor stands out in my mind as being too good. I think that there was some potential, but it seemed like they never pushed the humor far enough... like some of the scenes could have been a lot better if they would have taken more risks. Instead, it just ends up being a pretty typical college flick.
(gb) wrote: Newlyweds Monica (Judith Speidel) and Mike (Herbert Herman) run afoul of an illegal organ ring when Mike is kidnapped by two corrupt paramedics while the two are staying at a shabby honeymoon motel. Monica seeks refuge with Bill (Wolf Roth), an itinerant but sympathetic trucker who agrees to help Monica track down the thieves and restore her husband to her. Though it's set in New Mexico (and, in the final act, in New York), "Spare Parts" presents a terrifying reality that surely confronted denizens of Europe ("Parts" was a German production) as communism reduced what could have been developed nations into Third World countries. A black-market organ trade might seem far-fetched in the U.S., but consider what happens when poverty seizes what once was an auspicious economy: Every class is affected, with even the wealthy willing to pay top-dollar for scarce goods; human body parts would be no different. Given America's struggle with stagflation when "Parts" was made, its vision of the force of struggling capitalism ensnaring even human health makes the film a forceful take on horror not seen in a realm that typically houses Michael Myers.
(mx) wrote: nicely animated even if the plot is all over the place. but basically it's about the return of christ and what will happen depending on his choice of life.
(br) wrote: The musical score I thought was great!!!!
(de) wrote: The very special pleasure of watching a Polanski movie with a storm thundering beyond the window, and with the help of surprise-pocket subtitles in Romanian...
(de) wrote: The story follows a group of American soldiers as they come home from Iraq to Spokane, Wash., where they try to return to their normal lives in a nation that seems indifferent to their traumatic experience. Samuel Jackson and Jessica Biel turn in fine performances as veterans exhibiting honest behavior and heartfelt emotions. This Irwin Winkler directed film accurately points out, in an entertaining way, what the Iraq war is doing to fighting American soldiers and how the negative effects of an appalling event continue long after it occurs
(au) wrote: It's schmaltz of the highest order, earned by heart, a message about community and the endearing presence of Jack Black and Mos Def.
(us) wrote: A Very Under Rated Movie