Poisoned by Polonium: The Litvinenko File
This documentary follows ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko from his forced exile from Russia, to his death from poisoning in November of 2006.
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Dan B (it) wrote: I like playing table tennis more than I like watching this movie
Gloriane W (fr) wrote: This story gives us a view of slavery as it is today, in the first person, from the Sudan to London, not Hollywood but better. It doesn't diminish the dimensions of being a young girl enslaved in a strange land. Absolutely brilliant.
Jerry C (nl) wrote: Another strong chapter in the 'Jesse Stone' series. Tom Selleck is a small town police chief trying to solve the murder of a young girl. From the director of the original 'Hitcher', Robert Harmon.
Alan L (ca) wrote: Simply touching movie.
Dillon L (de) wrote: not for a cheesy movie.
Jamie C (jp) wrote: I must admit for a sixth film in a comedy series you don't expect much plus the fact that the previous 5 arn't nothing great, But this one is pretty good and not as silly as you think, Still a few tired gags but worth watcing.
Damir A (jp) wrote: A wonderful spectacle of gore!
Mon I (nl) wrote: one of tsui hark masterpiece!!camera style on sword point of view is remarkable
Ken S (au) wrote: A really fantastic cast manages to producer a really okay movie. DAS is not with out it's moments, but it pales in comparison to the Italian original.
Paul D (gb) wrote: George Formby provides decent entertainment for one of his last wartime morale boosting comedies. It's a little farcical but this is his style and the story is very easy-to-follow.
Viktor N (nl) wrote: Nothing to extravagant, just plain martial arts. And not to much running on treetops or flying 50 yards when they get hit.
Heidi M (us) wrote: I like how this story works out...