In Freedom Park, a squatter settlement near the platinum mines in SA, a network of former sex workers create Tapologo. They learn to be Home Based Carers for their community, transforming degradation into solidarity and squalor into hope. Catholic Bishop Kevin Dowling participates in Tapologo and raises doubts on the official doctrine of the Catholic Church regarding AIDS and sexuality in the African context.
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(kr) wrote: In my review for The Human Centipede 3, I said that it was the final part in the most undeserving film trilogy ever made. At the time it seemed accurate, but that was only because I hadn't yet seen Lucifer Valentine's Vomit Gory series, a collection of movies so unnecessary and unsubstantial that, if you took all the story from each one and put it together, it wouldn't total 20 minutes. Each one seems to begin with setting up a plot involving the entailments of abuse and neglect, but quickly devolves into an opera of stomach-churning gore and an orgy of bodily fluids. The third instalment opens with a young woman discussing her bulimia and disconnect from her family, which could possibly have made an interesting film, but Valentine is not interested in story or character in the slightest, thinking that what we'd rather see is the actors slapping each other, urinating into glass jars, vomiting blood into blenders and lying around doing precisely nothing while the camera jumps around for no good reason. Emetophilia is something I simply don't understand, and these films did nothing to change that. They're pointless, vile, self-indulgent, misogynistic and so very, very boring. If there was a procedure I could undergo to remove them from my memory forever, you can bet I'd be signing up for it.
(es) wrote: Love & Nuclear War In England...Blah
(ca) wrote: Enjoyed this film both times I saw it...hope everyone gets to see it at least once!
(ru) wrote: y y y? y they have wasted our time...sucks big time
(nl) wrote: As alway Robin in another good movie.
(us) wrote: Mark Twain wrote, "Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn't" That's one of the things that makes this so good. Because the story sticks to the facts you cannot tell where it's going. I'll add this to my collection when it comes out on DVD.
(ca) wrote: This is a funny movie Steve Martin is hilarious as all ways and this will make a good funny movie! So if you like funny movies see this one
(fr) wrote: I don't think ther's a single dull or unfunny moment.
(br) wrote: Good boat chase through the bayou.
(nl) wrote: definitely worth seeing... under the influence. i was under the influence. under *an* influence. and i found it very influential.
(nl) wrote: It is sweet and goodhearted, I will give it that, but in reality, thats all Shallow Hal really has going for it.
(mx) wrote: One of the best I've seen in a while! Great Story, great acting....had me in tears! But I do enjoy a good cry, korean movies and especially Historical settings so it was a perfect mix!