Stonewall Uprising is a 2010 American documentary film examining the events surrounding the Stonewall riots that began during the early hours of June 28, 1969. Stonewall Uprising made its theatrical debut on June 16, 2010 at the Film Forum in New York City.The movie features interviews with eyewitnesses to the incident, including NYPD deputy inspector Seymour Pine.
The film was produced and directed by documentarians Kate Davis and David Heilbroner, and is based on the book by historian David Carter, Stonewall: The Riots That Sparked the Gay Revolution. The title theme is by Gary Lionelli.
- Stars:Paul Bosche, Alfredo del Rio, John DiGiacomo, Dana Gaiser, Noah Goldman, Michael Joaquin Grey, David Huggins, Louis Mandelbaum, LeRoy Mobley, Samual Murkofsky,
- Director:Kate Davis, David Heilbroner,
- Writer:David Carter (original story), David Heilbroner
This film tells the story of the massive police raid of Stonewall in June 1969. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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(it) wrote: Good stalker/crazy guy film. Not for animal lovers. Better film than expected. Them Australians can make a decent movie.
(ag) wrote: VERY VERY VERY VERY STUPID FILM. Anupam Kher is a alright actor. they are other vetran actors like Nasurdeen shah,asrani that are great. Abhishek is my fav actor..why the hell did he do this film..god. it goes in the bad bad bad list of movies. DONT WATCH IT. im not rating it
(kr) wrote: Alegremente traducida como "Ultima Jugada", se queda en una peli por y para el billar, en la cual hay por los cuatro costados y gustara a cualquier aficionado al taco, entre los que me encuentro, siendo entretenida e interesante... pero siendo algo mas critico, falla en todo lo relacionado a establecer una historia y personajes, casi todo debido a unas pobres interpretaciones y guion standard.
(nl) wrote: An amusing comedy about complicated relationships. Highly recommended for a spot of psychoanalysis.
(au) wrote: I've always enjoyed this movie..."batty, batty, batty.." Freakin Halarious. Robert Townsend found the Wayan brothers.
(mx) wrote: Not sure that I liked it... Different and interesting. Liked how I actually felt like being in Sweden.
(gb) wrote: The Man Who Knew Too Much (1934) -- [7.5] -- This one is often regarded as the first quintessential Hitchcock film, and what's not to like? A little girl is kidnapped and her family are forced to go through the hoops for her safe return. Peter Lorre steals the show as the baddie, complete with a scarred brow and white streak in his hair. There are some wonderfully understated moments of horror, like the inciting murder scene, in which a man hears a popping sound and doesn't realize until a moment later that he's been fatally shot. There are also some spectacular set-pieces, including an assassination attempt during a live performance at Albert Hall and a climactic shoot-out between Lorre's gang and the London police. The stars take a bit of a back seat during the third act, which is odd, and Leslie Banks acts pretty nonchalant for a man whose daughter has been abducted. Hitchcock remade the film with Jimmy Stewart and Doris Day, all big-budget Hollywood-style, in 1956. The remake is good in its own right, with better leads and more refined set-piece execution, but I have to give this original version credit for cutting to the chase and keeping the plot remarkably streamlined.
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