Rivers Wash Over Me
After his mother dies, Sequan, a sensitive teenager from Brooklyn, moves in with relatives living in a small town plagued with secrets hidden deep within its lush, rural Alabama terrain. Sequan finds refuge in a friendship with a troubled girl who astutely hones in on his true sexuality and introduces him to her cute brother.
- Stars:Julia Carothers Hughes, Elizabeth Dennis, Terrance Epps, Tina Jetter, Leslie Jones, Paul Kelly, Alain Lauture, Sonequa Martin-Green, Cameron Mitchell Mason, Duane McLaughlin, Derrick L. Middleton, Conor Romero, Xosha Roquemore, Aidan Schultz-Meyer, Darien Sills-Evans,
- Director:John G. Young,
- Writer:Darien Sills-Evans (screenplay), John G. Young (screenplay), John G. Young (story)
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(de) wrote: I was poised to reclaim Franco as an earthy humanist, peering into the grimmer nooks and crannies of our existence. Then, alas, came Chronic's disastrous punchline. Conveying pain and a hint of mania behind monkish calm, Tim Roth gives a great performance as a palliative-care nurse in Michel Franco's drama.
(ag) wrote: Most beautifully shot documentary I've seen in a while, however it's not pretty documentary; it's preliminary warning documentary. All around the world, bee population is sharply declining, we don't understand why. Einstein reportedly said that bees extinct, humankind wouldn't survive more than four years. This documentary shows how honeybees kept and cultivated around the world and might shed some clue about bees disappearance.
(it) wrote: I could not be more bored with it.
(us) wrote: Okay, so I will most defiantly have to go see this. If my theatre actually gets it that is :(
(nl) wrote: The story follows the survival of a young boy to adulthood trying to find the missing pieces of a life lived with images of dead family members in his mind. While promoted as a Holocaust film, it is far more than that standard fare. This film is accessible, letting us appreciate a life's journey in every detail. When the main character discovers his time was spent chasing ghosts and not dreams, he is redeemed and set free, giving us pause about our own journeys. This is a hopeful film about the victims of all wars, from Palestine to Bosnia and Chechnya. Based on a novel, the screenplay unfolds with a deft touch, giving us equal measures of sensuality, joy, tears and hope.
(au) wrote: viewed on 16/9/04 (Thurs)I was trying to find another critic who hates this movie. Too bad, Uncler Ebert likes it alot too. For me, it is messy. So many questions left in the cold. The hunting accident. How does that fit into the story? Why did Nick Nolte's girlfriend hates him so much that she opts to leave? Some movies choose to say little to mean alot. I wish this one will really say more to mean more. Rating: D
(gb) wrote: I didn't realize how zany and hilarious this movie is! It's a great comedy, with a lot of heart. It's not as serious or insightful as Breakfast Club. It's its own beast and it's great!
(jp) wrote: Was disappointed with this. It was always going to be wank but in an entertaining way. To begin with, he never really got fucked over that much and had a fit girlfriend. It would have so much better if he had a real reason fir revenge. The Aliens cracked me up and were the only highlight for me.
(jp) wrote: It is a Ken Loach film, so it is nothing less than brilliant. This movie has an extremely emotional story, and the performances really enhance that emotion. Loach really shows the audience how hard the life of a poverty-stricken family can be, and how important it is to stick to what you're trying to accomplish, even if your lack of money stands in the way. There was a problem I ran into while watching this film though...no subtitles. I did have quite a hard time trying to understand the thick accents of the characters. The thing is though, the performances are so well done that it really doesn't matter that you can't understand every word they say. Bruce Jones was really something; yes I didn't understand all the words he spoke, but his facial expressions, the way he walked, his interactions with his friends and family, and everything else got the message across. Great film, one of Loach's best.
(it) wrote: Great movie, lots of laughs and typical college events. MUST SEE
(it) wrote: Creative but much to be Crafted by the directer