Documentarians Justine Shapiro and B.Z. Goldberg traveled to Israel to interview Palestinian and Israeli kids ages 11 to 13, assembling their views on living in a society afflicted with violence, separatism and religious and political extremism. This 2002 Oscar nominee for Best Feature Documentary culminates in an astonishing day in which two Israeli children meet Palestinian youngsters at a refugee camp.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:106 minutes
  • Release:2001
  • Language:English,Arabic,Hebrew
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:arab,   children,   everyday life,  

Several Jewish and Palestinian children are followed for three years and put in touch with each other, in this alternative look at the Jewish-Palestinian conflict. The three filmmakers ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Nick O (jp) wrote: Don't know if it'd be a classic of the silent era, but for that matter I don't know if "The Artist" would be either and I love the shit out of that movie. "Blancanieves" isn't on the level of lush as "The Artist" but it's just as romantic in its own twisted Latin ways. I like how, unlike other "Snow White" interpretations, "Blancanieves" chooses to emphasize different, darker elements of the Grimm brothers story, particularly the the sadomasochistic ways of the wicked stepmother (played by "Y Tu Mama Tambien" and "Pan's Labyrinth" stunner Maribel Verd.) And once it gets into the bullfighting dwarves of the third act writer-director Pablo Berger's closeups are very reminiscent of "Time Bandits". Plus it ends on a real bummer. Which is fitting, since "Blancanieves" is a movie that's more full-bodied (the late Ebert's word) concept than it is mere gimmick.

Paul W (fr) wrote: The story of Joyce - a popular, attractive young woman whose corpse is found 3 years after her death, sat in front of a TV unbelievably still switched on. How did no-one, not least her 4 sisters, realise she was dead? Through talking heads and ghostly recreations we piece together how Joyce fell through the cracks - it all builds into a poignant tale that can't fail to strike a chord with everyone.

David H (au) wrote: I once had a Group here Named "Movies from which we don't know the Names" in which is searched a Spanish Drug Drama!!! Yesterday it was aired on Public German TV Channel "ARD" again!!! A Real Grandious Neo Realismo Crime Melodrama that Faces the Reality of Modern Galicia!!! Excellent Cinematography!!! Bombastic Soundtrack!!! Superb Acting!!!

Rania A (kr) wrote: Typical disney tv movie. Perfect for younger audiences

Migle M (fr) wrote: Great film to watch! Have been seeking for something similar ever since I watched it.

Luis Diego R (nl) wrote: Boy learns a new lesson: no matter how we desperately wish the world to be, humanity is shit and it will never EVER change. A depressing fact. No faith in humanity, after 38 years, everything remains the same as it used to be. Beautiful movie, though.

Mohem N (fr) wrote: Predictable from the beginning

Blanka G (it) wrote: Strongly inspired by Vittorio De Sica's "Bicycle Thieves" but still very chinese... Shows a contrast between a young nongminggong trying to earn a living in Beijing working as an bicycle-courier and a student of prestigious high school interested in cycling. It's a nice movie... but I've found it less interesting than "Bicycle Thieves".

Calum R (au) wrote: Peter Jackson brings a spectacular vision for the first movie in The Lord of The Rings trilogy. Though this is not my favourite of the films, the characters are very beliveable and the story very emotional.

Jessica S (gb) wrote: There needs to be more lesbian movies like this! definitely a must see in our community.

Ayona H (au) wrote: I really enjoyed this movie,a nice like you I love you story.

Heather D (gb) wrote: What a great historical fiction fiick - Henry II and Thomas Beckett. A must-see.

Jamie C (gb) wrote: Making a sequel to one of the best comedys ever was never going to be easy, Ok we had a prequel what was pretty bad but i'm so happy to say that yes this film is funny, But it's funny in a completely different way to the first, While the first was clever and well plotted jokes the sequel is none stop jokes that are mostly silly but are good laughs if you switch off your brain, There's some good funny twists that keep it intresting, But the main gags were rehashed from the original, But still good, Overall not as good as the first but still funnier than you might think, It will appeal to the more younger adults than to the ones that saw the first at cinema.

Russ B (us) wrote: 1/2/2016: A decent movie. It was interesting to see how Frankie Valli made it big.

Gavin H (au) wrote: Classic, just an amazing classic by Jack Nicholson.