The Queen and I
Filmmaker and Iranian exile Nahid Persson talks with Queeen Farah, the widow of the late Shah of Iran, who also has been an Iranian exile since the Shah was overthrown in 1979. A meeting of two women who once belonged to opposite sides in Iran.
Filmmaker and Iranian exile Nahid Persson Sarvestani talks with the widow of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the late Shah of Iran, who was overthrown in 1979. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Queen and I torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: LOVESTORY 2050 future mai gaya to flopACTION Replayy past mai aaya to flop=))time machine looks like b-grade movie machine :-/boring :-(songs are pathetic 1st half f... this movie..2nd is better coz of AKKI.#:-sDirection:sucks...story double sucks :p
(br) wrote: I thought the movie was great, except the soundtrack really bothered me.. didn't seem to fit the film.. also, I think there was a scene in the end which should have been added to add to the reality of it...
(gb) wrote: Tshe! What a waste of time!
(es) wrote: Not a very well-known piece from Woody, but the accusation towards vanity fair is somehow sentimental.
(fr) wrote: Weak and unfocused with a talented cast that goes to waste.
(us) wrote: Huzzah! Hamlet! Sort of! Great cast though.
(it) wrote: The thinking person's Nightmare on Elm Street? No! I don't get the comparison... Not bad, but this could pass for a children's movie if not for a couple of scenes.
(gb) wrote: Extremely well made and genuinely scary! Martial arts superstar Chuck Norris packs a powerful punch in this exciting action-thriller about a tough L.A. cop's pursuit of a savage villain (Jack O'Halloran) from his past. Adroitly directed with startling images and horrowing action scenes, Hero and the Terror is edge-of-your-seat suspense from beginning to end!
(nl) wrote: Watched this movie last night. One of my favorite all time. Very subtle and clever humor. Joe Bologna is a relative of ours, one of his best parts.
(us) wrote: In the New Year's Eve, the tuberculous sister of the Salvation Army Edit (Astrid Holm) asks her mother and her colleague Maria (Lisa Lundholm) to call David Holm (Victor Sjstrm) to visit her in her deathbed. Meanwhile, the alcoholic David is telling to two other drunkards in the cemetery the legend of the Phantom Coach and his coachman: in accordance with the legend, the last sinner to die in the turn of the New Year becomes the soul collector, gathering souls in his coach. When David denies to visit Edit, his friends have an argument with him, they fight and David dies. When the coachman arrives, he recognizes his friend Georges (Tore Svennberg), who died in the end of the last year. George revisits parts of David's obnoxious life and in flashbacks, he shows how mean and selfish David was."Krkarlen" is an impressive and stylish silent movie, with magnificent special effects (for a 1921 movie). The characters are very well developed; however, the story is dated and there is a weird and unexplained situation, when Sister Edit tells that she loves David Holm. Why should a enlightened woman love such a despicable man that wasted his life corrupting other people? Despite being religiously dated in the present days, it gives a beautiful message of faith and redemption in the end.
(kr) wrote: Kiefer Sutherland has glasses!!! LOL. I couldn't even help myself; I had to laugh every time I saw him. Otherwise, this movie is interesting. I'm not going to agree with the whole 70s protest thing, but I can definitely agree with not wanting to be forced to go to war by being drafted. I thought both Kiefer and Robert did a great job in this movie. Winona, well she was just her usual self. :P
(br) wrote: At first I thought this was going to be just another depressing gay-and-AIDS-themed humdrum affair that I've seen dozens of times, but this movie is seriously funny and well paced (read: mostly fast when appropriate) and rarely luxuriates in woe-is-me pitydom. There are some stereotypical characters here (disapproving dad, out & proud actor, blithely unconcerned communities & friends, etc.), but on the whole I really enjoyed the characters and the actors who portrayed them. The actors even portray themselves in high school (when they meet) through to adulthood where the second and third acts take us. One thing I wasn't particularly pleased with would be the third act. Here is when it did sink a bit into tired AIDS-movie cliches; and, yes, some things are impossible to get around when presenting someone dying a slow, painful death of a terrible disease, but it just seems to plant its anchor in the droll sadness that surrounded them. Anthony LaPaglia was very good as the asshole father. I just wish the young lads would have been more forceful about their rights and possessions and their love to each other, even if it created conflict. But...easier said than done. I might actually watch this movie again now that I have seen it as a virgin with zero idea of what it was about. Now I can enjoy the wellgood performances and try to crack under the surface of the celluloid.